How does it work?
An insurance fitted to your activity …
An index-based weather insurance
is triggered when the index exceeds a predefined value
can be a temperature threshold, rainfall levels, sunshine exposure, wind speed, or any other weather variable or combination of variables composing the weather risk. Other indexes are available on request.
is designed to compensate exactly or partially the losses incurred through adverse weather conditions.
The pay-out can be set when the weather index exceeds a predefined value, or progressive if the losses caused by the weather increase in line with the index value.
To protect you against the risks that affect you.
- 1. Choice of the index : Meteo Protect helps you choose the most relevant weather index
- 2. Coverage Creation : Meteo Protect sets up the associated insurance policy
- 3. Weather Report : Based on certified weather observations, the weather report establishes the final value of the index
- 4. Payment : In case of damages, the pay-out is triggered automatically
You can choose …
- The parameters : Rain, Sun exposure, Wind, Temperature, Yields, Price, Quality criteria …
- The insured capital : The surfaces you want to insure and the need for compensation.
- The coverage period : A day, a week, a month ….
- The compensation : Margin loss, Turnover, Additional costs …
In case of loss, and when the value of the index triggers the pay-out, no expertise is required, a simple declaration is sufficient.
Examples of Meteo Protect index covers
Protect your revenues against frost losses.
Neutralize the financial risk of drought affecting your crops.
Meteo Protect has all the expertise needed to build effective solutions.
Examples of Meteo Protect parametric covers.
Meteo Protect’s expertise
Meteo Protect combines the insurer’s know-how with all the fields of expertise needed to build effective solutions to protect you from the consequences of climate change.
Meteo Protect provides insurance and reinsurance solutions through the largest team exclusively dedicated to the financial management of weather risk in Europe.