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RMS' Muir-Wood: Cat Models Help Measure Disaster Reduction Efforts

Robert Muir-Wood, chief research officer, RMS, said catastrophe models are being used to assess how investments in disaster prevention will offset possible catastrophe losses. Muir-Wood spoke with A.M. BestTV at the Exceedance 2017 conference.

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