White Paper / Risk Management
The Changing Landscape of Flood Insurance
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The recent flooding in Texas and the Midwest will remind the markets of the losses they suffered from Superstorm Sandy. This will likely keep flood rates more stable rather than the sharp declines currently seen in property insurance in general.

Recent catastrophic floods in the US, including those in the Northeast associated with Sandy, and in other parts of the world have led to a myriad of changes impacting flood coverage.

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