London market insurer Hiscox anticipates the combined net cost of claims from hurricanes Harvey and Irma to be around $225m (£170m).
Beazley expects to take a $150m (£112m) hit on earnings as a result of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria as well as the recent earthquakes in Mexico.
Lloyd's has suspended the release of first-half profits until it can accurately assess the financial impact of Harvey and Irma, the market's chief financial officer has said.
There has been a long history of conflict between insurers and claimant lawyers. Shirley Woolham, chief operating officer at Minster Law, urges mutual understanding and cooperation.
Industry insured losses for Hurricane Maria in the Caribbean will be between $40bn and $85bn, according to AIR Worldwide.
The third Claims Club meet in 2017 focused on getting claims right through communication and customer service. Terry Renouf, consultant at BLM, explains.
The offshore energy insurance market is “sinking”, the chairman of IUMI's Offshore Energy Committee has warned.
Hiscox anticipates the impact Hurricane Harvey to produce net claims of $150m (£110.6m).
The chief operating officer of Co-op Insurance has called on the insurance industry to collaborate better during major flood events.
The insurance industry is not doing enough to protect clients from underinsurance in liability claims as a result of the Ogden discount rate changes, the sector has been warned.
A significant proportion of the flood losses generated by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana will be uninsured, highlighting the existence of a global protection gap, Aon Benfield has said.
The global reinsurance sector is at an inflection point in how it is utilised by the humanitarian sector, according to Willis Towers Watson’s CEO of capital science and policy.
Industry veteran Stephen Catlin has called on the reinsurance and insurance sector to cooperate and work together in closing the protection gap.
The active hurricane season is a timely reminder for underwriters to maintain discipline and adequate catastrophe loading on rates, Lloyd’s Jon Hancock has said.
The financial fallout from hurricanes Harvey and Irma will not be enough to turn the market, according to Lloyd’s performance director Jon Hancock.
Hurricane Irma could result in insured losses of $20bn to $65bn, according to a preliminary estimate from AIR Worldwide.
Hurricane Irma could see industry property losses of $131bn, according Lloyd's realistic disaster scenario analysis.
Hurricane Harvey is unlikely to trigger ratings downgrades for property and casualty insurers and reinsurers, said Fitch Ratings.
Hurricane Harvey could be the most expensive natural disaster in American history, costing the US economy $190bn, according to AccuWeather.
Economic losses caused by wind, storm surge, and inland flooding from Hurricane Harvey could be as high as $90bn (£69.6bn), according to data from risk modelling firm RMS.
Premium growth at Lloyd's is likely to slow as competition intensifies and economic growth remains tepid, according to Moody's Investors Service.
Commercial and residential landlords are facing increaded risks from a more litigious society and Nigel Todd, head of real estate at JLT Specialty, questions whether liability limits being purchased are sufficient for the increased exposures.
Hurricane Harvey’s deluge of wind and rain across Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast hurt the shares of London Market property and casualty insurers on Tuesday as analysts peg insured losses as high as $20bn (£15.5bn).
Inland flooding, hurricane winds, and life-threatening storm surge poses a severe risk from Hurricane Harvey, according to catastrophe modelling firm AIR Worldwide.