Sofia Geraghty, The Insurance Insider, vom 22. Januar 2018

Im Artikel heißt es: „Windstorm Friederike caused estimated insured losses of EUR800mn ($979.9mn) in Germany, according to actuarial firm Meyerthole Siems Kohlruss (MSK).

The storm hit Germany on 18 January and had wind speeds of 205 km/h, MSK said.

The German actuarial firm drew parallels between Friederike and Storm Kyrill of 2007, while noting that last week's storm was more slender, sister publication Trading Risk reported.

Storm Kyrill led to insured losses of EUR2.4bn in Germany, or EUR3.7bn across Europe, according to Perils figures...“.