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It is a technique used to predict and analyze the potential damage caused by a specific event (e.g. natural disasters, accidents, collisions, etc.). These simulations are used to predict the effects of real-life events and to analyze existing policies and make preparations based on their claims payment performance.

The benefits of loss simulations are as follows:

  1. Risk Assessment: Better understanding of potential risks and the potential impact of catastrophes.

  2. Decision Making Processes: Helping decision makers assess the likely costs and impacts of a given event and assist in decision making.

  3. Developing Risk Management Strategies: Developing effective risk management strategies to deal with potential disasters.

  4. Preparedness and Crisis Management: Preparing for potential disasters or incidents and developing crisis management plans.


Through loss simulations, we help our clients reduce uncertainties and better prepare, so that they are better protected against potential risks.



It is a process that enables our customers to react effectively, mitigate the effects of events and manage the crisis in the event of an unexpected or negative event. Crisis management involves making quick and effective decisions, managing communication and ensuring business continuity during a crisis.

The crisis management process usually includes the following steps:


  1. Pre-crisis Preparation: Identifying possible crisis scenarios, developing crisis plans and forming a crisis management team. This stage involves establishing procedures and lines of communication for what to do in a crisis situation.

  2. Defining and Assessing the Crisis: The crisis situation is defined and the degree of urgency and importance is determined. The effects, causes and potential consequences of the crisis are assessed.

  3. Implementation of the Response Plan: The crisis management team takes action and implements the determined crisis plan. Emergency procedures are activated, communication channels are opened and the crisis is responded to.

  4. Communication Management: During a crisis, it is important to provide accurate and up-to-date information to stakeholders (employees, customers, media, shareholders). A crisis communication plan is put in place and communication is continuously updated.

  5. Crisis Management and Coordination: The crisis management team manages all aspects of the crisis, shares responsibilities and collaborates. Efforts are made to minimize the effects of the crisis with a solution-oriented approach.

  6. Post-crisis Evaluation and Improvement: After the crisis, how the incident was managed and what lessons can be learned are evaluated. The crisis management process and plans are reviewed and suggestions for improvement are developed.


Crisis management ensures that organizations are prepared for unexpected events and helps them protect their reputation. An effective crisis management process enables organizations to recover from crises faster and with less damage and ensures their long-term success.

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