Swiss Re estimates Thai flood insured market loss at up to $11 billion

Estimates for the insured loss total from the flooding in Thailand are still confused and it's likely to be some time before an accurate figure can be quoted. It seems that the figure we quoted of a $20 billion insured loss from a report by A.M. Best is likely to read the full article →

A. M. Best suggests Thai flood insured losses could rise towards $20 billion

Ratings agency A.M. Best has suggested that the recent severe flooding in Thailand could result in insured losses of as much as $20 billion once the final extent of the damage is understood. Industry estimates now range from $10 billion to $20 billion and over $4 billion of insurance claims read the full article →

Thai floods likely the highest insured flood loss event this decade (or ever)

The floods in Thailand could be the largest loss caused by flooding this decade, according to a representative of Allianz. In this news article, Lutz Fullgraf, Allianz's CEO for global corporate and specialty in the Asian region, suggested that this will be the largest flood loss for years. We'd offer read the full article →

Insured losses from flooding in Thailand could be up to $13 billion

Estimates for insured losses stemming from the record breaking flooding being experienced across much of Thailand jumped significantly yesterday as reinsurance broker JLT Re suggested that they could reach as much as $13 billion (according to some reports). This followed an update from the Insurance Commissioners Office in Thailand who read the full article →