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Bigger ships, bigger losses

Bigger ships and the resultant concentration of cargo risks is said to be creating the potential for ever-larger losses for marine insurers, even as the frequency of major hull claims remains low

Analysis based on 471,326 corporate insurance claims from 206 countries and territories, with total value of $66.5bn. Marine losses make up 15% of value of all commercial losses, but 49% by number


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