A proposed flood insurance pool that would allow insurers in the Netherlands to offer flood coverage for the first time since devastating floods hit the region in 1953 could be operational by January 2014 if plans drawn up by a consortium of brokers are ratified by the Dutch authorities at a meeting on June 12.
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Netherlands, Flood Pool, June 2013, Insurance, Paul Miller, Aon Benfield Analytics, Holland, Dutch Association of Insurers, Guy Carpenter, Willis