Munich Re: Renata JUNGO BRUNGGER proposed for the Supervisory Board; POHLCHRISTOPH to replace ARNOLDUSSEN in the Board of Management

The Munich Re's Supervisory Board recommended Renata JUNGO BRUNGGER (55) to be elected by the Annual General Meeting as successor to Wolfgang MAYRHUBER (69), who resigned his position on the Supervisory Board with effect from the end of 2016.

JUNGO BRUNGGER is already a member of the Supervisory Board, as she was appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board by the Amtsgericht (Local Court) in Munich at the beginning of January 2017. JUNGO BRUNGGER is recommended for election to the Supervisory Board for the remainder of Mayrhuber's term of office, namely until the end of the Annual General Meeting in 2019.

Following more than ten successful years at Munich Re, member of the Board of Management Ludger ARNOLDUSSEN is leaving the Company to seek new challenges. By mutual agreement, he will resign his position on the Board at Munich Re with effect from the end of 26 April 2017. The Board of Management and Supervisory Board of Munich Re would like to thank him for his great commitment and service to the Company, and wish him all the best for the future.

Mr. Arnoldussen's successor will be Hermann POHLCHRISTOPH (51), who has been with the Company since 2002 and is presently the CFO of the reinsurance field of business. Pohlchristoph is taking on responsibility for the "Germany, Asia Pacific and Africa Division" as well as the central divisions "Central Procurement" and "Services".

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