2018 Event Response
Round-up

We’re pleased to announce this year’s event response round-up, a compilation of our event response work in 2018. 

Our specialist event response team monitors global conditions to ensure our clients can respond rapidly as major flood events occur, enabling insurers and reinsurers to identify areas affected and manage their resources. This year, we’ve produced commentaries and reports for flooding around the world, covering events from the UK and Nigeria to the US and Japan, including hurricanes Michael and Florence and Typhoon Mangkhut.

Alongside this, we also produce flood footprints covering the estimated extents and depths for surface water and river flooding during these major events which are available upon request from our event response team. These flood footprints are created using our global flood maps including our new 5m UK, US, France and Italy flood maps. 

Read the full 2018 Event Response round-up here.

Get in touch to find out more about our event response work or global flood data.

News &
Insights

News Australia Pricing Data

JBA's Australia Pricing Data offers risk-reflective assessment of potential flood damage for more than 14 million properties for more effective risk selection and competitive pricing.

Learn more
News JBA Partners with Oasis LMF on The Wave

JBA has partnered with Oasis LMF and other risk modelling specialists to provide greater access to market-leading catastrophe modelling solutions.

Continue reading
News Climate Change Exercise in General Insurance Stress Test (GIST) from the PRA

For the first time the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has included a climate change component in the GIST stress test. Learn how JBA can offer help in addressing this climate change excercise.

Continue reading
News JBA and FloodFlash partner to launch first parametric flood policy

We've partnered with FloodFlash to provide a breakthrough in event-based flood insurance, applying a parametric approach at property level for the first time. The product is an industry first and will provide bespoke insurance for policyholders in frequently flooded areas who have traditionally struggled to obtain cover.

Continue reading