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RMS' Moss: Risk Models Are Too Useful to Be Used by Insurers Only

Stephen Moss, director, RMS, said risk managers and other high-scale buyers of insurance should take advantage of risk models' ability to point up exposures and resiliency issues, reducing costs in the long run.
April 18, 2018

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