German insurers reject adoption of French nat cat system

As insurers count the cost of flooding in southern Germany, the debate about how to pay for losses from weather events is cracked wide open

German insurance association GDV has strongly rebutted suggestions that Germany should adopt the French nat cat system for dealing with losses from weather events, such as the flooding that has devastated southern Germany in ...

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