A day after the Insurance Information Institute released figures declaring 2011 the costliest year for P&C insurers covering U.S. cat losses, Munich Re and I.I.I. announced global cat figures.
With $380 billion in global catastrophe losses, 2011 easily surpassed 2005’s previous record high of $220 billion. $105 billion of the 2011 losses were insured.
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