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Multi-threat

A Taxonomy of Threats for Complex Risk Management

The development of the Cambridge Risk Framework, identification of threats and emerging risks, and the use of the framework in defining stress test scenarios.

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Cambridge Global Risk Outlook for 2017

Launching the Centre’s new index, which analyses the exposure to shocks of the global economy against a calculated baseline and provides an overview of risk for the world’s economy for the next 10 years.

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Multi-Threat Risk Analysis and Insurance Growth Opportunities

This report is part of the Cambridge Global Risk Framework and uses findings from the Cambridge Global Risk Index, which aims to measure the global risk outlook from 22 threats across 300 cities.

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Steering the Course: An Emerging Risk Report from Lloyd's Innovation

In this report, the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies, in collaboration with Lloyd’s of London, explore the evolving marine risk landscape and its implications for insurers.

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Global exposure, accumulation and clash (GEAC)

Multiline Data Schema Consultation Document V0.9

The Centre for Risk Studies is coordinating the development of a data schema to capture insured exposure in the main lines of insurance business, with support from RMS.

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Multiline Data Schema Consultation Document Phase Two V0.5

This report was produced as part of the Global Exposure Accumulation and Clash (GEAC) Project, in collaboration with our partner, Risk Management Solutions (RMS).

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Multiline Data Schema Consultation Document V0.5

The Centre for Risk Studies is coordinating the development of a data schema to capture insured exposure in the main lines of insurance business, with support from RMS.

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Multiline Data Schema Consultation Document V0.1

Launching the Centre’s new index, which analyses the exposure to shocks of the global economy against a calculated baseline and provides an overview of risk for the world’s economy for the next 10 years.

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