ANALYSIS OF LOSS EXPERIENCE PER PERIL AND PER YEAR

NON-MOTOR LOSSES ARISING FROM NATURAL DISASTERS FOR 1982 TO 2017

BREAKDOWN BY PERIL OF AGGREGATE NON-MOTOR NATURAL DISASTER LOSS EXPERIENCE FOR 1982 TO 2017

DETAILED INFORMATION ON OTHER PERILS

MOTOR LOSSES ARISING FROM NATURAL DISASTERS FOR 2000 TO 2017

The graph below displays the development of motor natural disaster loss experience for the period 2000 to 2017.

In total, insured motor damages, adjusted to reflect 2017 euros, amount to € 707 million, or an average of € 40 million per year. It is not possible, at this time, to break down the related loss experience by peril. Nonetheless, given that motor vehicles are not affected by drought, one may argue that these losses were essentially caused by flooding (and by hurricanes for 2017). Also, in comparing this map with the map for non-motor flood losses, it is apparent that there is a close correlation.

DEVELOPMENT OF THE AVERAGE COST OF A DISASTER DECREE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE AVERAGE COST OF A NATURAL DISASTER DECREE FOR FLOODING

DEVELOPMENT OF THE AVERAGE COST OF A NATURAL DISASTER DECREE FOR DROUGHT

ANALYSIS OF LOSS EXPERIENCE EXCLUDING DROUGHT BY SEVERITY AND PER YEAR