The year 2011 was challenging for the property insurance market. Insured global catastrophe losses totaling $108 billion driving the rise of global property insurance rates in the first quarter of 2012, according to two new reports.
Marsh’s “Global Insurance Market Quarterly Briefing: Q1 2012” found that last year was the second most costly for insured losses and included the highest-ever level of insured earthquake losses.
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