We Make it Easy to Protect your Business Against Weather Risk.
Watch the two minute video of our CEO Sid Jha talk about how Arbol coverage is so much easier with no claims processes and no hassles.
The way we are able to make the whole experience easier is by using what are called smart contracts. You may have heard of these.
Our contracts have all of the parameters defined - your location, your risk parameters, and the coverage amount.
Because there is hard data available that you can also verify, once the contract expires, the contract takes care of itself.
Did your location get the 20 inches of rain you needed within two months? If not, it sends the money directly to your account.
It's that simple.
What sets Arbol's products apart is that our coverage is parametric. What this means is that our contracts pay out based on predetermined, verifiable, and objective metrics. Data sources for weather contracts include trusted and secure public sources from institutions like NASA and NOAA.
Parametric insurance eliminates the traditional claims process altogether for the client that can often lead to delays, disputes, and occasional instances of fraud in delivering payouts. With Arbol, the client chooses the index for loss at the beginning of their contract, and once that index is met according to the applicable dataset, the client receives a rapid payout.
It's that simple.
Our platforms processes your payout automatically when the threshold for loss in your contract is met.
Regardless of the size of your business or the category of weather risk it is impacted by, Arbol can provide a hassle free coverage experience tailored to your needs, and at a competitive price.
Arbol’s core strength is our talented and experienced senior leadership team. Our team consists of highly skilled experts with extensive expertise across several industries including data, technology, insurance, commodities, AI, and parametric products. They bring with them decades of combined executive experience and invaluable institutional knowledge from their respective fields.