Harvey-Irma insured losses could reach $1.6 billion, says Chubb
Following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, 2017 catastrophe losses for the global insurance and reinsurance sectors will exceed $100 billion and could reach close to $190 billion on a pre-tax basis, according to Fitch Ratings.
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Fitch Ratings, Catastrophe losses, Hurricane, US, Insurance, Reinsurance, North America