Mexico: most expensive natural disasters for the insurance industry 2018

The most expensive natural disaster for the Mexican insurance industry as of December 2018 was the hurricane Wilma, which hit the Mexican coasts in October 2005. The aforementioned natural disaster costed to the insurance companies 2,210 billion U.S. dollars.

Largest natural disasters in Mexico as of December 2018, by insurance compensation paid

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Source

Release date

June 2019

Region

Mexico

Survey time period

as of December 2018*

Special properties

since 1985

Supplementary notes

* The figures are in constant U.S. dollars as of December 2018, inflated to the Consumer Price Index. The figures include car and casualty insurances.

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