Bermuda-based insurers have a risky take-it-as-it-comes approach to severe weather nat cat patterns, eschewing models that define the mid-term impact of climate change on those trends, a survey of Bermuda's insurers by the local supervisory authority BMA suggests.
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BMA, Climate Change, Nat Cat, Survey, Bermuda, Insurance, Reinsurance