Risk Frontiers

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Risk Frontiers is a data-driven company providing natural hazard risk and catastrophe modeling and solutions. It is aimed to undertake risk assessment and research into natural hazards as well as develop databases of natural hazards and loss models. The company offers its services to insurers, communities, and emergency services providers.
HQSt Leonards, AU

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)24(-4%)
Revenue (FY, 2016)$953 K(-8%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Risk Frontiers

Ryan Crompton

Ryan Crompton

Managing Director
Andrew Gissing

Andrew Gissing

General Manager – Resilience
Foster Langbein

Foster Langbein

Chief Technology Officer
James O’Brien

James O’Brien

Chief Geospatial Scientist
John McAneney

John McAneney

Non-Executive Director
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Risk Frontiers Office Locations

Risk Frontiers has an office in St Leonards
St Leonards, AU (HQ)
level 8/33 Chandos St
St Leonards, AU
Level 4, 100 Christie St
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Risk Frontiers Financials and Metrics

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Risk Frontiers Revenue

Risk Frontiers's revenue was reported to be $953 k in FY, 2016 which is a 8.2% decrease from the previous period.

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Risk Frontiers Online and Social Media Presence

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Risk Frontiers Blogs

How many storms make a big storm?

Thomas Mortlock and Stuart Browning The past few weeks have not been pleasant for beachfront property owners at Terrigal-Wamberal (see Figure 1), and worrisome for those with a sea view at other erosion “hot-spots” on the east coast, such as... Read More How many storms make a big storm? The post H…

Rapid detection of earthquakes and tsunamis using sea floor fibre-optic cables

Paul Somerville, Chief Geoscientist, Risk Frontiers Standard methods of earthquake detection use seismic waves, which travel through the earth at speeds up to about 8 km/sec for compressional waves. The compressional waves have speeds about 75% higher than the following... Read More Rapid detection…

A Short Path to Coronavirus Herd Immunity?

Paul Somerville, Chief Geoscientist, Risk Frontiers This week a number of remarkable articles on herd immunity to Coronavirus COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) have been posted without peer review (Britton et al., 2020; Lourenco et al., 2020), and these and other studies have... Read More A Short Path to Coron…

Risk Frontiers Seminar Series 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Risk Frontiers’ Annual Seminar Series for 2020 will be presented as a series of three one-hour webinars across three weeks. Webinar 1. Thursday 17th September, 2:30-3:30pm Webinar 2. Thursday 24th September, 2:30-3:30pm Webinar 3. Thursday... Read More Risk Frontiers Se…

The Difference Between Complicated and Complex Systems

Paul Somerville, Chief Geoscientist, Risk Frontiers This article, published online under the title “What is the Difference Between Complicated and Complex Systems… and Why is it Important in Understanding the Systemic Nature of Risk?,” is the third in a series... Read More The Difference Between Co…

Newsletter Volume 19, Issue 3

In this issue: Weather-related flight disruptions in a warming world Risk Frontiers’ submission to the Royal Commission into Natural Disaster Arrangements Risk Frontiers Seminar Series 2020 Appointment of new Managing Director Weather-related flight disruptions in a warming world There have... Read…
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Risk Frontiers Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Risk Frontiers founded?

    Risk Frontiers was founded in 1994.

  • Who are Risk Frontiers key executives?

    Risk Frontiers's key executives are Ryan Crompton, Andrew Gissing and Foster Langbein.

  • How many employees does Risk Frontiers have?

    Risk Frontiers has 24 employees.

  • What is Risk Frontiers revenue?

    Latest Risk Frontiers annual revenue is $953 k.

  • What is Risk Frontiers revenue per employee?

    Latest Risk Frontiers revenue per employee is $39.7 k.

  • Who are Risk Frontiers competitors?

    Competitors of Risk Frontiers include ARCTOS Risk and Safety, RMS and Ambiental Risk Analytics.

  • Where is Risk Frontiers headquarters?

    Risk Frontiers headquarters is located at level 8/33 Chandos St, St Leonards.

  • Where are Risk Frontiers offices?

    Risk Frontiers has an office in St Leonards.

  • How many offices does Risk Frontiers have?

    Risk Frontiers has 2 offices.