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Black Summer Bushfires

Lessons learned and the regions most at risk

Overview

Uncontrollable and destructive bushfires have unfortunately become an expected part of the Australian seasonal calendar.

The 2019- 2020 Black Summer bushfires caused historic losses of life, property, and land – destroying more than  3,000 homes, and scorching in excess of 17 million hectares* – that’s a land mass more than two-and-a-half times the size of Tasmania.

Join Pierre Wiart, CoreLogic’s Head of Consulting and Risk Management Solutions, and Eugene Vassilliev, Head of Financial Services Solutions as they discuss insights from a data-driven analysis of the Black Summer bush fires.

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What is included?

Data driven analysis

Review of Australia's most impactful season in 2019/2020.

Live hazard monitoring

Identify and monitor impacted areas and implement mitigating actions – in close to real time.

Risk Mitigation

Using climate risk data to identify future risk of bushfires, manage response to disasters in progress, and estimate impact on existing portfolio of securities.

Portfolio management

Leveraging climate risk data to help with portfolio risk management.