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Domino effect would be needed to drive Ian losses to high end of range: Aon model expert

Pembroke Pines, FL, USA. 28th Sep, 2022. A general view of the aftermath as Small aircraft are seen flipped up side down after a reported tornado touches down at North Perry Airport as Hurricane Ian approaches on September 28, 2022 in Pembroke Pines Flori
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Hurricane Ian’s insured losses will only reach the top end of modeled loss ranges that are emerging if a “domino effect” of several adverse factors occur together, Aon’s global head of catastrophe management, Dan Dick, told this publication during the APCIA conference in Dallas.