The Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund (FHCF) was created in November 1993 during a special legislative session after Hurricane Andrew. The purpose of the FHCF is to protect and advance the state's interest in maintaining insurance capacity in Florida by providing reimbursements to insurers for a portion of their catastrophic hurricane losses.
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The DOF website provides hundreds of services for Florida’s citizens, consumers, businesses, professionals, and government agencies.
The Florida Commission on Hurricane Loss Projection Methodology (FCHLPM) was created during the 1995 Legislative session as an independent panel of experts to evaluate computer models and other recently developed or improved actuarial methodologies for projecting hurricane losses. The Legislature specifically determined that reliable projections of hurricane losses are necessary to assure that rates for residential property insurance are neither excessive nor inadequate, and that computer modeling has made it possible to improve upon the accuracy of hurricane loss projections.
Citizens is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt government corporation whose public purpose is to provide insurance protection to Florida property owners throughout the state. The corporation insures hundreds of thousands of homes, businesses and condominiums whose owners otherwise might not be able to find coverage.
Annals of Actuarial Science and British Actuarial Journal are free to members of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.
Agricultural Finance Review (AFR) provides a forum for discussion of research, extension, and teaching issues in agricultural finance. This publication contains articles contributed by scholars in the field and refereed by peers.