The scale of the protection gap in the US highlighted in the aftermath of the recent hurricanes could help nudge the political conversation around how future disasters are financed towards a greater willingness to involve the private sector in risk mitigation.
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Frank Nutter, Reinsurance Association of America, NFIP, North America