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Largest Single Insured Loss in 2016

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Insured loss estimates from major natural catastrophes totaled US$39.5 billion during 2016, which is the highest level since 2012 when market losses totaled US$60 billion, according to a report published by Willis Re, the reinsurance division of Willis Towers Watson. In this video we highlight some of the major events in 2016 that cause the largest loss.

You can read more from the report in the article, Nat Cats Cost Insurers $39.5B in 2016, Highest Level in 4 Years: Willis Re on

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