CCRIF pays $7.0m to Trinidad & Tobago for excess rainfall
Notwithstanding the nat cat events of 2017, the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) is confident that its balance sheet is adequately set up to absorb the risk of high payouts in years of multiple extreme events, Isaac Anthony, CEO of CCRIF, told Baden-Baden Today.
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