Reliable risk modeling for property risk begins with merging current peril risk models with future climate models.
Modeling climate change-fueled physical risk requires deep data archives and expertise to guide regulators and financial institutions to prepare for the future.
BCG and CoreLogic explore the challenges and opportunities related to adapting to climate change-driven physical risk in the property market.
CoreLogic and BCG explore the top 5 ways to prepare for climate change and the resulting physical risk to property.
Quality property data will create resilience in the face of unpredictable challenges posed by a changing climate to banks and financial institutions.
As our climate continues to change, climate risk assessments will become increasingly critical to the financial stability of banks and financial institutions.
Climate risk models predict a rise in the frequency and severity of natural hazards, creating and compounding associated property risks.
Host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with CoreLogic Chief Actuary Howard Kunst to discuss the wildfire season with a focus on California and how the historic rainfall from earlier this year will influence upcoming wildfire risk.
Shifts in weather risks for homes inside and outside the extreme heat belt can change homeowners’ insurance pricing, availability, and affordability.
Dive into how CoreLogic’s climate risk models help one of the nation’s leading banks quantify portfolio risk.
In Part Two of this three-part series, CoreLogic and BCG explore how physical climate risk is changing the real estate landscape.