International Society of Catastrophe Managers

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The International Society of Catastrophe Managers (ISCM) is a professional association that promotes catastrophe management professionalism within the insurance industry.

Goal and objectives[edit]

ISCM's goal is to provide forums for exchange of ideas, understanding current catastrophe management issues, and networking among catastrophe managers.

Members may use ISCM to explore basic-through-advanced developments in the catastrophe modeling process, gain new catastrophe management skills and experience alternative viewpoints specific to their levels of interest and experience, learn to understand and manage modeling uncertainty in today’s demanding environment, and realize maximum benefits as well as greater levels of comfort when using modeling technology to estimate the financial impacts associated with natural catastrophes and other extreme events.

Board of directors[edit]

Executive Board

Randall Law: President - Chubb Tempest Re
Nicholas DiMuzio: Secretary - XLCatlin Group
David Keeton - AeroEdge USA

Past Presidents Advisory Board

Ron Nash - Navigators
Andrew Castaldi - Swiss Re
Carl Hedde - Munich Re
Maria Kovas - TOA Re

Board Members:

Peter Bingenheimer - AIR Worldwide
Elizabeth Cleary - Guy Carpenter
Dan Dick - AonBenfield
Lauren Efron - Partner Re
Minchong Mao - State Farm Insurance
Brian Owens - RMS
Rod Smith - Lloyd's of London-Atlanta
Robert Stevenson - Apollo Underwriting
William Thomas Taggert - CoreLogic
John Ward - RLI
Simon Weber - QBE
Amy Wixon - Liberty Mutual
Shari Zola - Munich Re
Chris Zumbrum - JLT Re

Partner organizations[edit]

ISCM partners with Risk Management Solutions, AIR Worldwide, and CoreLogic.

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