Climate Change Flood Models and Data for every location worldwide

The first-ever in-depth insight into the potential impact of climate change on flood losses within every country in the world.

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Cost of severe UK flood events could rise by 42% by 2050

JBA's latest UK Flood Model, now incorporating two climate change event sets, reveals the cost of 200-year flood events could rise by 42% by 2050 under climate change.

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Our flood maps, catastrophe models and analytics are used by some of the world's largest insurers, reinsurers, governments and property companies to quantify and mitigate flood risk. We also offer a consultancy service to create bespoke solutions to your flood risk challenges, while our event response team develops and shares the information you need to respond to major events, offering the latest data and information.

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We value collaboration and sharing which is why we work with a wide range of clients every day. From major insurers, reinsurers and resellers to governments, property search companies and mortgage surveyors, we are committed to providing the right information for your business to manage and mitigate risk.

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News GRiP expands into flood intelligence with JBA Risk Management tie-up

South African Spatial Technology and Data Specialist GRiP partners with JBA to deliver advanced flood risk intelligence across Africa.

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News JBA Risk Management teams up with Oxford University for infrastructure study

JBA and Oxford University join forces to research the risks of climate extremes on infrastructure networks worldwide today and in the future.

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News International Women’s Day 2024

JBA women talk about their achievements, support for other women in the workplace, and ideas to #InspireInclusion for International Women's Day 2024.

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News Mind the physical-risk due diligence gap

A failure to use good quality data and sophisticated climate change intelligence to understand the impact of flood on physical assets could be putting investors' portfolios at risk.

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