Forecasters are predicting a relatively average Atlantic hurricane season, but emerging risks could impact losses in unexpected ways. Paul Walsh and Sarfraz Thind report
Last year's Atlantic hurricane season was one of the most catastrophic in recent memory with insured losses estimated at over $130bn. Now 12 months later and on the first official day of the season, forecasters believe relative calmness awaits. But forecasters are often wrong. Paul Walsh reports.