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KCC Welcomes Industry Leaders to CATLAB® 2023

BOSTON , May 31 /Businesswire/ - Karen Clark and Company (KCC) is pleased to announce the 2023 edition of CATLAB, taking place in Boston from June 6-8. This annual event brings together an impressive and diverse group of market-leading insurers, reinsurers, ILS investors and insurtechs for three days of in-depth discussions on advanced risk modeling techniques, current industry challenges and opportunities, and the latest innovations in risk quantification and management applications.

This year’s topics include leveraging AI and Machine Learning in weather risk modeling, deep dives into recent events including Hurricane Ian and the Turkey-Syria earthquakes, innovative risk transfer solutions for occurrence and aggregate covers, and the latest science on climate change.

“CATLAB is by invitation only and provides a forum for industry leaders to efficiently absorb the latest science on emerging risks,” said Karen Clark, KCC CEO. “KCC scientists and engineers have the unique ability to translate advanced science and complex analytical techniques into usable and ‘to-the-point’ information for decision makers. Workshops focus on what’s essential to know about weather, climate, and catastrophe risk and how that knowledge can be leveraged to capitalize on new market opportunities.”

“We’re looking forward to welcoming our 2023 participants representing top 10 P&C insurers, super regionals, global reinsurers, and industry-leading ILS funds,” said Glen Daraskevich, KCC Senior Vice President. “This year’s event will be particularly valuable and insightful given the current disruption in the reinsurance market and resulting new opportunities for companies who are able to leverage more advanced and accurate technology.”

About Karen Clark and Company:

Karen Clark & Company (KCC) provides advanced models, innovative software, and comprehensive consulting services for deeper insight into climate, weather, and catastrophe risk. KCC professionals are globally recognized experts in catastrophe modeling and risk management who work with company executives to enhance business strategies, competitive advantage, and financial results. KCC models cover tropical cyclones, extratropical cyclones, severe convective storms, winter storms, wildfires, floods, and earthquakes in over 80 countries. For more information, please visit

STORY TAGS: Event, Software, Natural Disasters, Insurance, Environment, Finance, Artificial Intelligence, Professional Services, Technology, United States, North America, Massachusetts,


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