Much lower levels of catastrophe losses in 2012, compared with 2011, has resulted in a stabilisation of rates on property classes and no blanket rate increases at the January 1 renewal, according to a report by Willis Re, which also said that without Hurricane Sandy rates would have softened further.
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Hurricane Sandy, catastrophe losses, Willis Re, renewals