Catastrophe Models

We are the first to offer probabilistic catastrophe modelling for flood on a truly global scale. Working with the insurance and property industries, governments and financial institutions, we help our clients to understand, manage and quantify flood risk across the world.

Our Catastrophe Models Give You A Consistent View Of Flood Risk

At JBA, we’ve developed a cutting-edge methodology to enable probabilistic flood modelling anywhere in the world, for the first time.

Our catastrophe modelling enables users to understand the frequency, severity and spatial correlations of flood risk across the entire risk transfer chain, allowing clients to make informed decisions.

Using the latest science and research, our flood models facilitate capital allocation, accumulation control, reinsurance pricing and portfolio management.

With the ability to model correlation between multiple flood types and fully adjust all model data, parameters and assumptions to their own needs through our revolutionary FLY Technology, clients can be confident that they have a full understanding of their exposure to flood risk.

We also offer a leading multi-peril crop model for India to help global re/insurers participating in the crop industry better understand and manage the risk from multiple extreme weather perils.

Our global flood modelling is Oasis-enabled - it fits seamlessly within the Oasis Loss Modelling Framework and subsequently supports all standard Oasis interfaces – OED, results file formats, Oasis API, and uses the Oasis financial/risk metrics to generate ground up location level losses.

We are committed to finding the right solution for all our clients and can provide a bespoke consultancy service to provide guidance on the right modelling approach to suit individual needs.

For more details on our models and how we can help you, please get in touch today.

Our market-leading models capture sources of loss from river, surface water and coastal flooding.

Our sophisticated event sets give you a global view of flood loss assessments.

Flood
Services

We offer a range of services to help you understand and mitigate flood risk. From flood mapping and catastrophe modelling to bespoke consultations and an event response team, we’re here to help.

Maps And Analytics

Our market-leading high-resolution global flood maps and analytics enable users to understand and manage their flood risk, using the latest research and innovation.

Consultancy

We work on a bespoke basis to offer unique solutions to your flood risk problems, from single site assessments and flood defence design to portfolio optimisation and tailored model builds, working with you to meet your needs.

Event Response

Our specialist event response team monitors global conditions to provide expert commentary, guidance and data for major flood events, allowing you to understand the impact on your business.

Climate Change

Offering probabilistic flood models, JBA now has climate change data for every country in the world - showing both baseline and future risk.

News &
Insights

Blog How do you validate flood data for the future?

If validation is about assessing data based on real-world expectations, how do you validate something that has not yet happened? In this blog, Dr Ashleigh Massam demonstrates valuable ways to evaluate and build confidence in the data that represent future climates.

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News Cytora and JBA partner to streamline property risk evaluation in commercial insurance workflows

Cytora and JBA announce their collaboration with the addition of JBA's marketing-leading flood data within Cytora’s risk digitisation platform.

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News Climate Change Flood Models and Data for Every Location Worldwide

JBA's climate change flood models and data offer in-depth insight into the potential impact of climate change on flood losses for every country in the world.

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News Assessing future flood risk globally: InsTech London podcast

We joined InsTech London to speak about assessing future flood risk globally, specifically with climate change in mind. Listen to the full podcast.

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