Articles - The impact of 2016 natural catastrophe losses

From St Augustine, Florida – one of the areas affected by Hurricane Matthew – watch as Aon Benfield’s Steve Bowen (Director & Meteorologist) reveals how 315 worldwide natural disaster events generated economic losses of USD210bn. The flood peril alone caused nearly one-third of all damage. He also shares more stats and insight from Impact Forecasting’s 2016 Annual Global Climate and Catastrophe Report to enhance resilience against these risks.


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