California-based Zenith National Insurance Corp. has reported its initial estimate of losses in its assumed reinsurance business attributable to Hurricane Charley.
Zenith currently expects that its net after tax loss from Hurricane Charley will be approximately $3.1 million or $0.13 per diluted share. The initial estimate is based on a preliminary review of Zenith’s assumed reinsurance contracts and preliminary information from some ceding companies and does not include any estimated impact that Hurricane Charley may have on the share of the results of the company’s equity investment in Advent Capital (Holdings) PLC.
Zenith is not aware of any losses in its workers’ compensation business from the storm.
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