Understanding the Connected Risks of Turkish Earthquake on Corporates and (Re)Insurers

The earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria on Monday 6th February has been one of the most powerful quakes to hit Turkey since 1939.

In the days that has followed the earthquake, there has been an outpouring of global support, with humanitarian aid dispatched to Turkey and Syria, as they deal with the aftermath of the quake. Our thoughts go out to all the families affected by this tragedy.

Our new white paper outlines why the Turkish earthquake is a major connected risk event, with the potential to hit multiple lines of business, including marine, energy and aviation.

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Post Date: 23/02/2023

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