Ace says it expects about $380 million in losses in the fourth quarter related to Superstorm Sandy.
The estimate is after tax, net of reinsurance, and includes reinstatement premiums, says the Zurich-based multiline P&C insurance group.
Meanwhile, Hamilton, Bermuda-based Montpelier Re Holdings says it predicts about $95 million in pretax losses from Sandy in 2012’s last quarter.
The reinsurer says its prediction of fourth-quarter losses is also net of reinsurance, and includes reinstatements.
The late-October storm brought strong winds and storm surge to the Northeast. Catastrophe modelers say Sandy could cause up to $25 billion in losses for the insurance industry.
The estimates are the latest from companies prepping investors as fourth-quarter earnings announcement season approaches.
Late Friday, American International Group (AIG) put losses at an estimated $1.3 billion, after tax and net of reinsurance. The company says it to make a capital contribution to its U.S. property and casualty insurance subsidiaries of $1 billion from existing, readily available funds.
Allstate Corp. says it expects $1.08 billion in pretax catastrophe losses for the month of October, primarily due to Superstorm Sandy.
The Hartford's CEO says the company's insured losses for Superstorm Sandy could surpass its reinsurance deductible of $350 million.