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A.M. Best: Impact of Hurricane Maria on Caribbean and Puerto Rico Insurers Manageable

Business Wire Monday, 16 October 2017
A.M. Best: Impact of Hurricane Maria on Caribbean and Puerto Rico Insurers ManageableOLDWICK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A.M. Best has reviewed preliminary loss data received from rated insurers in the Caribbean and Puerto Rico impacted by Hurricanes Maria and Irma, and at this time, does not anticipate any Credit Rating (rating) actions. A Best’s Briefing released just before Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, titled, “Hurricane Maria Could Test Financial Strength of Caribbean/Puerto Rican Insurers,” raised potential concerns for insurers in the Caribbean and Puerto Rico as the r
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