A series of hailstorms and tornadoes in the US dominated the natural catastrophe statistics in the first half of 2017 though nat cat losses from January to June were below average, according to Munich Re, which warned on the importance of re/insurers understanding climate change – both natural and man-made.
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Munich Re, Natural catastrophe, Losses, Reinsurance, Insurance, US, North America, Climate change, Tony Kuczinski