Travelers ups NE cat cover by $150mn and is now almost halfway through agg retention

Travelers said higher Q2 cats contributed to the insurer accumulating $935mn of qualifying losses towards the $2bn retention on its property aggregate XoL treaty as it also revealed its 1 July renewing Northeast property treaty added $150mn of limit as well as an upsized cat bond.


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