Studying infectious diseases is vitally important if insurers and reinsurers are to avoid getting caught out by the next outbreak of something like the Zika virus, the mosquito-borne virus linked to birth defects, according to epidemic risk modelling company Metabiota.
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Monte Carlo, Insurance, Reinsurance, Zika virus, Epidemic risk modelling, Metabiota, Megan Stewart Hodge, Munich Re