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IHS Country Risk provides the Joint Cargo Committee Watch List for the Lloyd’s market. Updated monthly, the Watch List gives a snapshot view of the most extreme risks to cargo transported by air, land and sea, informing risk managers and underwriters’ cargo transport and insurance decisions. Access the JCC Global Cargo Watch List.
IHS Country Risk runs the Global Marine/Offshore Watch List to inform the decisions of marine insurers and offshore operators. Updated monthly, the Marine/Offshore Watch List identifies the ports, territorial waters and international bodies of water where the risks of war, terrorism, strikes, seizure, confiscation and derelict weapons are greatest. Access the IHS Global Marine and Offshore Watch List.
One of the world’s largest insurance companies expedites risk selection decisions to serve clients better by using best-in-class global information in its internal models. For instance, the firm gave 328 underwriters access to geo-political risk scores for every 500m2 sector of the earth’s surface and risk assessments for 6,400+ terrorist targets in 90 countries.
One of the world’s largest oilfield service providers enhanced the forecasting accuracy of its oil rig count model from 90 to 97.6 percent, predicted the impact of price changes on customer spending and demand for product lines (by leveraging 3,500 factors) and created a model that predicted the deflation of WTI crude oil prices in late 2014.Learn More About Our Customers Success
This premier aircraft manufacturer produced Flying on Demand, Global Market Forecast 2014-2033, a reference book that provides comprehensive economic, financial and political coverage of 200-plus countries. Stakeholders throughout the commercial airline industry rely on the book’s insights regarding product innovation, production and planning.
A global insurance industry leader brought efficiency to risk selection by standardizing with one information provider across all underwriting decisions. This firm thereby reduced research costs by 20%, established a ‘center of excellence’ internally and fueled growth by gaining insights to write risk in areas where others held back.