catastrophe losses


Insured natural catastrophe losses hit $90bn in 2018: Aon

42 billion-dollar severe weather and natural catastrophe events along with the impacts of a particularly costly global tropical cyclone year and higher than average wildfire losses, all aggregated to drive a $90 billion annual nat cat loss to insurance and reinsurance interests, according to Aon.The insurance and reinsurance broker said read the full article →

Swiss Re estimates global insured losses at $79bn for 2018

Global reinsurance firm Swiss Re has estimated that natural catastrophes and man-made disasters will cost the insurance industry around $79 billion in 2018, the fourth highest annual industry loss on its sigma records.Of the $79 billion, Swiss Re estimates that natural catastrophes will drive $71 billion of the loss to read the full article →

Aon puts 2017 global catastrophe insured losses at $134bn

Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe and weather risk analysis arm of reinsurance brokerage Aon Benfield, has estimated the insurance industry losses from 2017 catastrophes and severe weather events at $134 billion, just slightly below the record high seen in 2011 of $137 billion.Aon's $134 billion estimate, from its new Weather, Climate & read the full article →