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Technology drives future business

Munich Re analyses top future tech trends for insurance companies.

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Parts of Germany under water

Non-stop thunder, lightning and heavy rain: western and southern Germany have faced severe thunderstorms since mid-May 2018.

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The 2018 hurricane season

Friday, 1 June marked the official start of the next hurricane season. We have thus taken this opportunity to offer our perspective on the role of insurance in natural hazard risks, and give our predictions for the upcoming storm season.

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Anniversary of historic floods

June will mark the fifth anniversary of the historic floods of 2013 that caused around €10bn worth of damage in Bavaria, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt, as well as in neighbouring countries.

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Results of the 1st quarter 2018

Munich Re achieves a high profit of €827m in the first quarter of 2018. The good result was mainly influenced by low major losses in property-casualty reinsurance and a good performance of its underwriting business.



AI improves security of e-commerce

Online sales keep growing, but involves costly risks such as credit card fraud.


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Insurance solutions for industrial firms and corporate clients

Complex, financially sophisticated projects require tailored protection. Through its Risk Solutions service, Munich Re offers customised solutions for corporate clients and industrial firms.

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In this issue of our magazine for insurers, we update you on a variety of topics, including Munich Re’s risk research.

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