Natural Disasters:
Impacts of Recent World Disasters on the Financial Services Industry

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Date Published: March 17, 2020
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with a comprehensive initial understanding of natural disasters (such as earthquakes, hurricanes, & tornadoes) and their impact on the financial services industry, various products & services, various markets & distribution channels, and specific financial services firms.

This research addresses the key historical phases of natural disasters, including:
  • Early Disaster Phase
  • Earthquakes Phase
  • Hurricanes Phase

This research addresses distinct market segments for natural disasters, including:

  • Earthquakes
  • Hurricanes
  • Tornados
  • Other Natural Disasters

The research concludes with future predictions of natural disasters, including:

  • Increasing Number of Natural Disasters Due to Global Warming
  • Continuing Losses for Property & Casualty Insurance and Reinsurance Companies Due to Unexpected Natural Disasters
  • Narrowing Difference in Impact of Natural Disasters in Developing Countries Due to Improving Construction Rules
  • Future Growth Opportunity in Reinsurance


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