MP3: Insurers still make profits despite spate of disasters

14.06.2011

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Insurers still make profits despite spate of disasters MP3

QBE Insurance says its half year profit result is on track but hostage to more natural disasters. QBE's chief executive Frank O'Halloran says global reinsurers are also assessing the increasing risk, especially after recent earthquakes in Christchurch. Source: abc.net.au

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