The floods that overwhelmed parts of the UK this summer could cost insurers between £2.25bn and £3.25bn, according to the latest estimates.
Insured losses from the July floods are likely to be between £1bn and £1.5bn, according to Risk Management Solutions (RMS), with the estimated cost of the 25 June floods ranging from £1.25bn to £1.75bn. These figures could be higher than many insurers expected, based on their initial estimates of the risk.
RMS analysis of the more than 1,000 affected postc
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