An agronomy engineer with a doctorate in hydrology, David Moncoulon joined CCR in 2007 working in the Public Reinsurance and Guaranty Funds Department. After working as project manager in agronomy, he joined a European CNRS/ADEME project as a research engineer modeling the interface between water, soil, plants and air at the Géosciences Environnement laboratory in Toulouse.
Since 2007, David Moncoulon has been tasked with developing hazard and damage models of agricultural risks and natural perils covered under the Natural Disaster compensation scheme namely, floods, marine submersions, hurricanes in the overseas territories, drought, subsidence, earthquakes as well as the financial consequences of climate change. He is also in charge of managing scientific partnerships with the research teams working in these areas, e.g. Météo France, the National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture (IRSTEA) and the French Geological Survey (BRGM).
He currently heads the Modelling R&D Department at CCR