We’ve been hard at work enhancing our Accumulations app, so you can confidently assess and manage risk across your portfolio. Accumulations delivers analytics and visualization to help you quickly identify peak portfolio accumulations, understand risk composition including policy and location drivers, and monitor capacity utilization and diversification. Leverage these analytics to monitor and adjust your underwriting strategy, evaluate bomb blast scenarios, and understand the impact of acquisitions.
Our latest addition, Ring Accumulations, brings best-in-class analytics and visualization that transform your portfolio data to help you effectively manage risk.
Ring Accumulations helps you monitor your use of capacity
Does your organization set capacity thresholds to help you write better business? Within Rings, you can create reusable scenarios, which include the definition of ring size, geographic extent, and a minimum loss threshold. You will be able to visualize and interrogate the resulting TIV or Exposed Limit accumulations to gain insight into adverse accumulations and further investigate each zone’s compositional drivers. Use these analytics to identify opportunities to better optimize your use of capacity.
Quickly understand adverse terror accumulations
Evaluate multiple bomb blast scenarios of varied size and damage potential. Using SpatialKey’s refined methodology and de-duplication algorithms, you are assured that potential terror exposure is not missed. Use this intelligence to eliminate gaps in understanding, identify top at-risk policies, and place moratoriums in areas of heightened potential exposure.
Reporting to rating agencies is now even easier
Use the results of a Rings analysis to determine and report your top accumulations zones to rating agencies, like AM Best.
Rings, coupled with the already available Grid and Shape accumulation models, gives you a comprehensive suite of intelligence to help you develop risk management strategy, respond to catastrophes and analyze concentrations in exposure, modeled loss and experience data.
Coming this summer
Target Accumulations to help you identify accumulations relative to any reference dataset, like terror targets, points of interest, and acquisition candidates.