Muenchener Rueck


New outlooks for COVID-19 claims and net profit

01/12/20 -" Munich Re forecasts a net profit of €1.2bn for FY2020 COVID-19-related claims expected at around €3.5bn for FY2020 Net profit guidance of €2.8bn released for FY2021 COVID-19-related impact ..."

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01/12/20
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