The global insurance industry is ill-positioned to withstand a major catastrophe, a new report from New York-based Moody's Investors Service contends.
The report, "Reinsurers Enter Hurricane Season Trading Below Book: Will Investors Be There to Recapitalize?" says the historically low price-to-book ratios are raising doubts about reinsurers' ability to bounce back if faced with major catastrophe losses.
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