2011 Catastrophes Drive Up Total Cost of Risk (PropertyCasualty360)

Tremendous insured losses from natural catastrophes in 2011 took a toll on pricing across all insurance segments, according to the RIMS benchmark survey.

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Tremendous insured losses from natural catastrophes in 2011 took a toll on pricing across all insurance businesses, found the newly released Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Benchmark Survey measuring Total Cost of Risk (TCOR) and its impact on 10 industry groups.

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Anya Khalamayzer, PropertyCasualty360.com

Anya Khalamayzer, PropertyCasualty360.com

Anya Khalamayzer is Assistant Editor of Risk for PropertyCasualty360-National Underwriter. Khalamayzer graduated from CUNY Baruch College after intensive internships with Time Out New York Kids and Crain’s Investment News. Keenly interested in environmental science, music and the arts, her articles have been published in Gotham Gazette, Wonkster blog and Ear to Mind magazine. She can be reached at akhalamayzer@summitpronets.com

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