Re/insurers faced natural catastrophe losses of $45 billion in 2013 – 22 percent lower than the ten-year average of $58 billion and the lowest total since 2009, according to Aon Benfield’s Impact Forecasting.
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2013 Catastrophe Losses, $45 billion, Aon Benfield, Impact Forecasting, Reinsurance, Insurance, Europe, Asia