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Initial loss estimates for the last quarter show lower hits to equity than observed after hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria five years ago.
Most ILS firms are marking the Ian loss as a $50bn+ event, although there are exceptions.
Reinsurance underwriters and brokers anticipate a Japanese renewal largely unaffected by Covid-19 as negotiations continue to focus on payback for 2018 and 2019 typhoon losses.
Early reporters emphasised an ongoing demand for structural change.
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