MAPTYCS Inc. Partners with Munich Re to Strengthen Property and Climate Risk Management
MAPTYCS Inc. Partners with Munich Re to Strengthen Property and Climate Risk Management
MAPTYCS Inc., a prominent firm specialising in property and climate risk exposure management, has entered a strategic partnership with Risk Management Partners (RMP), a division of Munich Re.

The collaboration aims to equip businesses worldwide with enhanced tools for effective risk management.

Through this alliance, businesses will gain access to Munich Re’s Location Risk Intelligence data via the MAPTYCS platform, renowned for its user-friendly interface and robust risk management capabilities. Munich Re, a global leader in reinsurance, primary insurance, and risk solutions, brings unparalleled expertise in assessing natural hazards and climate-related risks to the table.

RMP, leveraging Munich Re’s extensive experience, develops advanced risk assessment capabilities. Meanwhile, MAPTYCS offers an intuitive, real-time geospatial risk exposure platform with powerful analytics and visualisation tools.

In an era marked by increasing natural disasters and a challenging property insurance market, MAPTYCS enables risk professionals to navigate complex datasets and gain precise insights into property and climate risk exposure.

The partnership enables businesses using MAPTYCS for risk management to leverage Munich Re’s multiperil risk scoring, enhancing their risk assessment, mitigation, pricing, and claims management activities on a global scale.

Jacqueline Legrand, MAPTYCS CEO commented, saying: “We partner with Munich Re’s RPM, because it is in our strategy to offer our clients only the greatest quality risk data across the world from renowned and well-established partners.”

Christof Reinert, Head of Risk Management Partners at Munich Re added: “We are happy to support MAPTYCS in assisting its customers to assess their risks exposure and take proactive steps to protect their assets and the continuity of their operations, in an ever-changing environment.”

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