typhoon Lekima 2019


Typhoon Lekima insured loss in China to exceed US $855m: AIR

Typhoon Lekima's insurance and reinsurance industry impact in China is expected to exceed US $855 million (CNY 6 billion), according to catastrophe risk modeller AIR Worldwide. Lekima was the strongest typhoon to strike this region of China since 2015 and as we explained yesterday looks set to deliver perhaps the second read the full article →

Lekima the second most costly China typhoon as estimate hits $7.4bn

Typhoon Lekima is without doubt set to become one of the most expensive natural disaster events to strike China in recent years, with the latest economic damage estimate of approximately US $7.4 billion placing the storm as the second most expensive typhoon to hit China ever. Typhoon Lekima came ashore in read the full article →

Typhoon Lekima economic damage put at US $2.6bn already

Typhoon Lekima has caused deadly flooding and landslides in eastern China, after coming ashore in Zhejiang province on Saturday as a strong typhoon and then travelling north passed Shanghai. Typhoon Lekima, which is known in the the Philippines as typhoon Hanna, had at one stage reached Category 4-equivalent super typhoon status read the full article →