Aon has published its latest catastrophe report, which points to a gaping insurance hole for 2019.
According to the broking giant’s Weather, Climate & Catastrophe Insight: 2019 Annual Report released today, last year’s 409 natural catastrophe events equated to $232 billion in economic losses. Of this figure, however, only $71 billion was covered by insurance – be it government-sponsored programmes or coverage from the private sector.
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