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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#insurance –The devastating earthquake that struck Moroon 8 September 2023 affected an area with low insurance penetration. However, a new commentary from AM Best notes that a parametric insurance arrangement covering part of Morocco's National Catastrophic Event Coverage Scheme is expected to be triggered and could result in a maximum payout of MAD 2,750 million (approximately USD 270 million).
The Best's Commentary,“Industry-Backed Solutions Likely to Support MoroEarthquake Relief Despite Low Insurance Penetration,” states that the Solidarity Fund for Catastrophic Events, which is the part of the scheme covered by the parametric arrangement, provides coverage to the uninsured and most vulnerable part of the population.
Additionally, since 2020, Morohas had in place a USD 275 million Deferred Drawdown Option for Catastrophe Risk provided by the World Bank, which is expected to provide the country with immediate liquidity to address the natural disaster it faces.
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