LOSS

INSIGHT

LOSS INSIGHT provides data on significant accidents, lawsuits, regulatory actions, and events. A complementary suite of analytical tools enables analysis of trends to support decisions on risk evaluation, pricing, and program structure.





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LOSS INSIGHT DATA

ADVISEN’S LOSS DATA SETS INCLUDE DATA FROM:

  • Advisen’s Loss Database – almost 1 million global severity events researched by Advisen, exceeding $3 trillion in loss value
  • All Advisen Loss data is sourced from records in the public domain, so every data point is validated. No aspect of this data is derived from carrier claims.
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CLASSIFIED BY RISK TYPE & INSURANCE COVERAGES

All data is searchable by client industry market segments including: geography, company size, company type, sub-industry and coverage type.
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INTERSECTED TIME SERIES DATA

  • Business information on all business with greater than $500k in sales
  • Fundamental financial data on all public companies
  • Equity securities data
  • Debt securities data

MARKETPLACE TRENDS

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LOSS INSIGHT PROVIDES A HOLISTIC MARKETPLACE PERSPECTIVE ON:

• What types of losses are growing in frequency and severity?

• Which industries and geographies are getting safer or more dangerous?

• How will new and emerging risks impact my or my client’s current book?

   Are they threats? Opportunities?

LOSS ATTRIBUTES AND PREDICTORS

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ESCAPE THE BOUNDARIES OF INTERNAL DATA

• What are the characteristics of companies that make them most likely to experience a particular type of loss?

• What is the best way calibrate underwriting guidelines and rating plan to reflect differences in expected frequency and severity by industry, geography, and company size or type?

• How can I leverage the power of predictive models for classes of business without high claim volumes?

PORTFOLIO CHARACTERISTICS

LEVERAGE COMPARATIVE ANALYTICS

  • How does the risk profile of a book of business compare to the marketplace as a whole? Is there adequate return for the portfolios selected?
  • What is the potential of industry-wide loss events? What sorts of diversification strategies could mitigate systemic loss?
  • Do the case reserves and IBNR adequately reflect the appropriate loss expectations for a particular book of business?