Continental China Flood Model

Flood is a major cause of economic loss due to natural causes in China. With rapid development in flood-exposed areas and increasing insurance take-up, the Continental China Flood Model will identify the risk drivers and present a comprehensive insight to flood risk in this growing market.

As growth in the Chinese insurance market develops pace, JBA have introduced the first inland flood model for the area that covers both typhoon and non-typhoon driven events. This innovative new model presents new opportunities to understand the drivers of flood risk in China with specific data for large industrial centres, best-available defence data and enhanced province-level data insight. Read more.

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