The Group was able to achieve this result despite the considerable large loss burden, especially in the third quarter. The flood catastrophe in Western Europe alone led to gross claims of more than EUR 1 billion. "The fact that we were able to handle this well is a sign of our resilience, our strength," says CFO Dr Jan Wicke in the video on the quarterly and 9M results.
In his video, Dr Wicke also provides insights into why the impact of the coronavirus pandemic has mostly normalised over the year so far and in which divisions Corona still remains a central issue. In the video there will also be an initial outlook on the goals for financial year 2022.
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