Rachel Anne Carter is currently the Managing Director of Carter Insurance Innovations Ltd and the co-founder of the Journal of Terrorism and Cyber Insurance. Rachel is a dedicated insurance professional, published author, well established catastrophe researcher (within both natural catastrophe and man-made catastrophe: terrorism, cyber and other emerging risks) and university law lecturer with experience running an insurance consulting firm. Her experience was gained from her work at the OECD (primarily in developing the E-platform on Terrorism Risk Insurance and working on natural disaster insurance projects with APEC), Pool Re (researching for the CEO), Lloyd’s, Tokio Marine Kiln and several Australian Universities.
Rachel currently holds a LLB (Hons), BA and a PhD (Insurance Law). Rachel's PhD focuses on designing a natural catastrophe insurance system for Australia.