Insurers need govt support to tackle rising $139bn nat cat protection gap: GFIA

Action from policymakers to create regulatory environments that facilitate effective management and mitigation of nat cat risks is crucial to enable the (re)insurance industry to begin to address the $139bn nat cat protection gap, according to a new report by the Global Federation of Insurance Associations (GFIA).


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