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Upcoming Industry Events 

Nordic Cat Risk Modelling Conference 

June 21, Stockholm

In support of the Boat Oasis shared service platform (delivered by Cinnober’s UK subsidiary: Boat Services) this conference brings together industry leaders in the field of catastrophe risk assessment to discuss how technological advances are shaping the cat modelling industry and offering (re)insurance companies a deeper understanding of risk. 

Please follow the link for further information and to registerhttps://www.boatoasis.com/events.html

Latest News

COMBUS is discussing the launch of their new Australian models available on the Oasis platform

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Lloyd’s, LMA, Oasis strike cat models deal

“Leaders in the catastrophe modelling field are realising the value of the new, extensible, scalable Oasis Platform and deploying high quality models,” he said. “This opportunity realises a new range of cost effective transparent models coming to market.”

Dickie Whitaker, CEO - OasisLMF

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The OASIS Platform – The Global Innovation Lab for Climate Finance

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Awards 2014

Oasis Loss Modelling Framework received two awards in 2014

A double recognition by the industry of the innovative impact of Oasis. Many thanks to all who have helped us on our journey.

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Oasis Solutions Project (OSP)

 

  • Create an easily accessible, custom built user interface for Oasis which can be used by managing agents as an additional/ alternative platform for Catastrophe Modelling.
  • Pay for conversion of the ARA US Wind model onto the Oasis platform to provide alternative views of risk and greater choice of models.

  • Create the opportunity for managing agents to licence the ARA model on a shared services basis at a significant discount to single licence costs and existing models.  This would be the first such agreement in the Lloyd’s market for catastrophe models, and would provide a template for negotiation with other catastrophe model providers in future.

  • Develop standardised model validation protocols which will provide catastrophe modelling professionals considerable support in the annual model validation exercise under Solvency II.