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EU storms Dragi & Eberhard industry loss lowered to EUR 772m

The insurance and reinsurance industry loss estimate for the combined market-wide impacts of European windstorms Dragi and Eberhard has now been reduced to EUR 772 million (US $850m) by PERILS AG, down from its last estimate of EUR 798 million.The two European windstorms struck on March 9th and 10th 2019, read the full article →

Industry loss from EU storms Dragi & Eberhard raised to EUR 798m by PERILS

The insurance and reinsurance industry loss estimate for the combined market-wide impacts of European windstorms Dragi and Eberhard has been raised by 8% to roughly EUR 798 million (US $900m).This still sits below the market expectation that these two windstorms that struck Europe on March 9th and 10th 2019 would read the full article →

PERILS pegs combined loss of storms Draghi & Eberhard at EUR 740m

PERILS AG, the industry loss data provider, has estimated the insurance and reinsurance market property loss from European windstorms Draghi and Eberhard at just EUR 740 million.The estimate for these two low pressure systems seems perhaps low, as storm Eberhard alone had a modelled loss estimate of up to EUR read the full article →

Storm Eberhard industry loss estimated up to EUR 1.5bn by AIR

European winter wind storm Eberhard is estimated likely to cause an insurance and reinsurance industry loss of as high as EUR 1.5 billion (US $1.7bn), with the majority expected to fall in Germany.As we reported just last week, actuarial consultancy Meyerthole Siems Kohlruss (MSK) said that it believes the industry read the full article →

Windstorm Eberhard & Bennet losses estimated at EUR 800m in Germany

European windstorms Eberhard and Bennet which is also known as Freya in the UK, are estimated to have caused insured property losses of around EUR 800 million in Germany, according to actuaries.Windstorm Bennet struck the United Kingdom, France, the Benelux region, Switzerland and Germany at the beginning of March, with read the full article →