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Aon Benfield Research Event
The science behind hurricanes, earthquakes and other natural perils

To mark Aon Benfield Research’s new academic and industry research collaboration,
we are hosting an inaugural event to delve into the science behind natural hazards and
the resulting financial implications for re/insurers.

Venue: Merchant Taylors’ Hall, 30 Threadneedle Street, London EC2R 8JB

Date: Tuesday, 15 June 2010

10.00   Client registration
10.15   Event commences

  • Introduction: John Moore, head of International Analytics at Aon Benfield

  • Earthquakes and volcanoes: Professor Bill McGuire from the Aon Benfield
    UCL Hazard Research Centre unveils where the next mega earthquake
    could occur and provides the latest insights on volcanic eruptions

  • Hurricanes: Professor Mark Saunders from Tropical Storm Risk forecasts
    the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season and reveals new technology to help
    re/insurers manage storm-related risks

  • European storms: Nick Wood from Eurotempest looks at lessons learnt
    from recent European storms and combines science and technology to help
    re/insurers prepare for future events

  • Close: Paul Miller, head of International Catastrophe Management at Aon
    Benfield, concludes on how the industry can benefit from natural hazards

12.00   Lunch is served in cloisters and courtyard

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