Quake Could Topple Insurers

A San Francisco-style earthquake in Canada is a “peak peril” that could threaten the viability of some insurers, says Superintendent of Financial Institutions Jeremy Rudin. The regulator in 2015 raised minimum quake reserves for insurers by $3 billion: “We should talk about earthquakes”.

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