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  • Hélène Dufour

A re-examination of the U.S. insurance market’s capacity to pay catastrophe losses

" We show that the U.S. insurance industry’s capacity to pay catastrophe losses is higher in 2020 than it was in 1997. Insurers could pay 98% of a $200 billion loss in 2020 in comparison to 81% in 1997."

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