Insurer weathers storm as earnings normalise despite climate change events

The company warned that the risks associated with climate change may pose volatility to its results

24 March 2024 - 18:18 By Tannur Anders

Insurer Outsurance, which saw a flat bottom line for the six months to December partly due to higher retained natural perils in its Australia business, said weather patterns have tended back towards the norm but warned that climate change will remain a feature...

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