At the beginning of the second quarter, and as hurricane season begins, standing capital reserved for claims stands at $608 billion, a record high, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.).
The growth in the industry’s capital base occurred despite the fact that insurers paid out nearly $70 billion in catastrophe-caused claims over the prior two years.
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