Celebrating our 10th anniversary

"This month JBA Risk Management celebrates its 10th birthday. We’ve achieved so much in that time in both our technical and business achievements: I’ve personally had to reinvent career goals as we kept ticking them off one by one.

A huge thank you to our colleagues, clients and collaborators for their incredible support and contribution over the past 10 years. We look forward to even more engagement and excitement in the next decade. And there is still so much more to come!

Over the course of the next couple of weeks, we will publish a series of blogs and articles from a handful of JBA leaders who share their experience of JBA – its science, culture, aspiration...and generally what comes next.

Thank you again.

Here’s to the next decade!"

- Simon Waller, Executive Chair, JBA Risk Management

Our 10th anniversary interview series reflects on the past decade of The Flood People, the exciting and transformative work we do within the industries and organisations that we serve, and what the future might hold: 

News &

Blog Validating Flood Maps

The validation of components and product throughout the development cycle of our flood maps gives us the confidence that we are creating the highest quality data. In this blog Cameron Whitwham takes us through some of the key steps.

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News Enhanced access to JBA Flood Maps for World Bank

The World Bank will have enhanced access to JBA Global Flood Maps following JBA's appointment to the Development Data Partnership.

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Blog Flooding in South Africa: Understanding Risk

In a country that has already experienced some challenging flood events, JBA's South Africa flood risk intelligence offers insight to help manage and mitigate risk.

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News South Africa’s New National partners with JBA for global flood data

Specialist insurer New National Assurance has partnered with JBA. The 50-year-old independent insurer will use the JBA flood data for South Africa, which includes climate change intelligence, to underwrite both commercial and personal lines property-risk.

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