Analysts with investment and financial services company UBS Group AG have revealed earlier this week that Hurricane Dorian could cost the insurance industry losses of up to $25 billion.
UBS analysts updated their model to reflect a wider potential industry insured loss range of $5 billion to $40 billion, Reuters reported. UBS also raised its base case to $25 billion from $15 billion, with solvency capital at risk.
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