Caitlin Durkovich, special assistant to President Biden and White House National Security Council senior director of resilience and response, and FEMA's Paul Huang, acting associate administrator of resilience, discussed the administration’s climate and resilience priorities in this Triple-I National Town Hall. | Full Webinar
Hurricanes can shatter lives as well as damage property. Being prepared can help you, your family or your business minimize the impact of the storm. The best time to start is before the threat is imminent. See also Hurricane season insurance guide.
A captive insurance company is a type of risk-management arrangement that works like self-insurance. In this white paper, Triple-I non-resident scholar Dr. Patricia Born discusses the considerations for midsize companies considering group captives.
EXTENDED REPLACEMENT COST COVERAGE- Pays a certain amount above the policy limit to replace a damaged home, generally 120 percent or 125 percent. Similar to a guaranteed replacement cost policy, which has no percentage limits. Most homeowner policy limits track inflation in building costs. Guaranteed and extended replacement cost policies are designed to protect the policyholder after a major disaster when the high demand for building contractors and materials can push up the normal cost of reconstruction. (See Guaranteed replacement cost coverage )
FUTURES- Agreement to buy a security for a set price at a certain date. Futures contracts usually involve commodities, indexes or financial futures.See Full Glossary
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