Hurricane Harvey, which wreaked havoc in Texas at the end of August, may have the potential to revive discussions around the pricing of catastrophe risk, Torsten Jeworrek, head of reinsurance of Munich Re, told Monte Carlo Today.
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Monte Carlo, Hurricane Harvey, Torsten Jeworrek, Munich Re, Catastrophe risk, North America