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September 15, 2011


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I learned a lot from this post. Thanks a lot,David!

If anyone is interested to explore more about how Lloyd did certain approach , you may search for "Markus Gesmann" or "Lloyd paper".

Thanks for the illustration. I also heard that Lloyd's insurance operates in the cloud model where data is centralized and amalgamated from all over servers into the central mainframe.

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Thanks for giving such a learnable post. It is good to see that R insurance is helpfull at the times of hurricane and earthquake. It is very easy to understand the products with the graphical representation.

Nice post. Thanks for sharing. I want to use some of your graphs for my school project if that is ok with you.

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