The stragglers for reporting losses from the Japanese earthquake
brought no surprises over the past week, taking total losses from
the 11 March disaster to $9.7bn, according to The
Insurance Insider's loss tally.
Bermudian RenaissanceRe predicted it would take $220mn losses from the catastrophe, equalling its previously reported cat losses from Australia and New Zealand events in the quarter.
The Japanese figure equated to 5.6 percent of its year-end shareholder equity, putting it in the mid-range of international reinsurer losses...
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