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Climate change could radically reshape US insurance losses

Re/insurers in the US could face a 20% increase in hurricane-related property losses because of climate change. But that's just the average. In certain regions, the losses might be several times higher by 2050, as AIR Worldwide's Peter Sousounis explains to Christopher Cundy

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The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season: breaking unexpected records

This year will be remembered for the having the largest number of tropical storms, but it has been a relatively lucky season without serious losses. For insurers and risk modellers, the long-term impact may be the advances in technology forced upon them by the pandemic, as Paul Walsh reports

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Average annual cat losses hit $100bn

AIR Worldwide says the 100-year return period loss is currently $301bn

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AIR Worldwide forecasts up to $3bn insured losses from hurricane Delta

Damage exacerbated due to Delta following hurricane Laura

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RMS estimates up to $3.5bn insured cost from Sally

Hurricane Sally came with stronger winds than expected, weakened quickly but was slow-moving, says RMS

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Hurricane Sally insured losses could hit $3bn

Latest estimates from AIR Worldwide and Karen Clark & Company

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Cat risk modellers warn of up to $9bn Laura losses

AIR Worldwide and Karen Clark & Company release their estimates

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The heat is on for climate risk modelling

It is time for catastrophe risk model developers to go beyond a piecemeal approach to addressing climate change, argues Jayanta Guin

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AIR Worldwide releases updated earthquake model for Australia

The update follows a review of the seismic hazard in Australia

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CNA chooses AIR as its primary cat risk management platform

US commercial P&C insurer switches from rival vendor