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"The Roundup” is Origami Risk’s weekly bulletin of headlines and resources impacting risk, compliance, safety, P&C insurance, and healthcare.

Wed, Jan 11 | Did your apartment flood? Renters' insurance is unlikely to help you 

Communities across California were forced to evacuate their homes following torrential rainfall, road closures and flooding. Now renters are wondering what to do if their personal items are submerged and damaged. (continue reading

Wed, Jan 11 | Closing the insurance coverage gap in risky coastal areas 

With climate change intensifying and coastal areas becoming increasingly affected, how will people in those areas secure insurance coverage? The lack of robust coverage options in coastal regions is a result of many insurers leaving these areas due to the high risks involved. (continue reading

Wed, Jan 11 | CEOs forecast a 'shallow' recession 

Virtually all U.S. CEOs — 98% — expect a recession in the next 12 to 18 months, The Wall Street Journal reports, citing the Conference Board's annual survey of top executives. The silver lining? Most respondents think a recession will be "short and shallow,". (continue reading

Thurs, Jan 12 |  98% of California homeowners don't have flood insurance; drivers urged to 'Turn around, don't drown 

A recent climate assessment by the U.S. Global Change Research Program found that "atmospheric rivers" such as those sweeping across California will become more common and more severe as global temperatures increase. (continue reading

Thurs, Jan 12 | Car insurance rates to rise 8.4% in 2023: Report 

The average cost of full coverage car insurance will be $1,780 a year. (continue reading

Fri, Jan. 13 | Global Risks Report 2023 

The Global Risks Report 2023, published by the World Economic Forum in collaboration with Marsh McLennan, examines how widening geopolitical, economic, and societal fissures will trigger and exacerbate crises to come. (continue reading

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