Shock absorbers

14 March 2011 By John Foley

Estimates of insurance losses of $35 billion may prove conservative, but still fall short of other disasters like Hurricane Katrina. Yet the sector is well capitalised, and providers have learned from past catastrophes. Big claims can turn the cycle towards higher profitability.

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