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Losses

ID Comment: What if Maria had cost $85bn?

There is value in re-evaluating 2017's hurricane events, and other major catastrophes, to understand what the loss could have been
North America Puerto Rico Hurricane Season

Insurers brace for coastal flood losses from US ‘bomb cyclone’

Coastal flooding claims set to outweigh snow-related damage from US winter storm Grayson

Losses North America United States
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Cyber claims in Europe set to rise

There were more claims in 2017 under cyber policies than in the previous four years combined, according to AIG
Europe Cyber

Montecito mud claims surge 56%

Insured losses have increased substantially since last month, with bulk of losses recorded in a single zip code

North America United States

Northern California wildfire insured loss creeps up to $9.7bn

Sonoma county, which included hard-hit neighbourhood of Coffey Park, accounted for bulk of losses
North America United States

Threat of large California wildfires increasing

Changes in the climate and development in high-risk areas is increasing the risk of property damage from wildfires in California

North America United States

California wildfire shocks prompt drive to improve exposure management

Major modelling advances are taking place after last year’s record-breaking California wildfires, which highlighted the deficiencies in existing tools

North America United States

Insured losses from Petya cyber attack rise to $2.7bn

Adverse development on one larger underlying account has pushed up losses, according to Property Claim Services' informal estimates

International Cyber
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