Members of the insurance industry, including American International Group Inc. and Swiss Re, have begun to quantify their losses in wake of earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan.

For its Chartis property/casualty insurance unit, AIG says it estimates a preliminary pre-tax insurance loss of $700 million due to the events in Japan. Swiss Re says its preliminary estimates indicate claims for the earthquake and the tsunami to be approximately $1.2 billion before tax.

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