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Aon’s Lorinc: 2022 Was Insurers’ Fifth Costliest Year as Global NatCat Insured Losses Reach $132 Billion

According to a recent Aon report, last year’s $313 billion global economic loss from natural catastrophes include insured loss that was driven by Hurricane Ian, said Michal Lorinc, Aon’s head of catastrophe insight.

March 30, 2023

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