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  • 1. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses by region Top 10 business risks by region in 2013 North and South America Asia/Pacific 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 52.5% 1 Natural catastrophes 50.6% 2 Natural catastrophes 49.5% 2 Business interruption, supply chain risk 47.1% 3 Fire, explosion 32.8% 3 Fire, explosion 27.1% 4 Intensified competition 23.2% 4 Market fluctuations 18.8% 5 Changes in legislation and regulation 23.2% 5 Commodity price increases 17.6% Europe 6 Market fluctuations 14.1% 6 Eurozone breakdown 14.1% 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 43% 7 Theft, fraud, corruption 11.1% 7 Loss of reputation or brand value 14.1% 2 Natural catastrophes 40.9% 8 Loss of reputation or brand value 10.1% 8 Talent shortage, aging workforce 11.8% 3 Fire, explosion 30.4% 9 Commodity price increases 7.6% 9 Intensified competition 11.8% 4 Changes in legislation and regulation 16.4% 10 Credit availability 7.1% 10 Quality deficiencies, serial defects 9.4% 5 Quality deficiencies, serial defects 16.3% 6 Market stagnation or decline 15.4% 7 Intensified competition 15% 8 Eurozone breakdown 14.6% 9 Market fluctuations 11.1% 10 Credit availability 10.2%Figures here represent a percentage of all relevant responses.Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe also includes Middle East and South Africa, however,EU-origin responses strongly dominate); North and South America: 198; Asia/Pacific: 85. Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 1
  • 2. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in France France: Top 10 business risks in 2013 40% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 32% 2. Fire, explosion 30% 3. Quality deficiencies, serial defects 22% 4. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 22% 5. Intensified competition 18% 6. Changes in legislation and regulation 16% 7. Political/social upheaval, war 16% 8. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 14% 9. Loss of reputation or brand value 10%10. Technological innovation Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for France (50). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty The Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); France: 50. Europe 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 43% 2 Natural catastrophes 40.9% 3 Fire, explosion 30.4% 4 Changes in legislation and regulation 16.4% 5 Quality deficiences, serial defects 16.3% 6 Market stagnation or decline 15.4% 7 Intensified competition 15% 8 Eurozone breakdown 14.6% 9 Market fluctuations 11.1% 10 Credit availability 10.2% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 2
  • 3. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Spain Spain: Top 10 business risks in 2013 43.2% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 32.4% 2. Fire, explosion 24.3% 3. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 24.3% 4. Theft, fraud, corruption 24.3% 5. Intensified competition 18.9% 6. Changes in legislation and regulation 16.2% 7. Quality deficiencies, serial defects 13.5% 8. Market stagnation or decline Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); Spain: 37. The Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. 10.8% 9. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 10.8%10. Credit availability Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Spain (37). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Spain: Top 10 business risks in 2013 by size of enterprise LAR G E E N T E R P R I S E S M I d -S Iz E d E N T E R P R I S E S 47.4% 38.9% Business interruption, supply chain risk Business interruption, supply chain risk 31.6% 33.3% Fire, explosion Fire, explosion 26.3% 33.3% Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) Theft, fraud, corruption 21.1% 27.8% Intensified competition Intensified competition 21.1% 22.2% Changes in legislation and regulation Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 15.8% 16.7% Austerity programs Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 15.8% 16.7% Theft, fraud, corruption The highlighted risks Quality deficiencies, serial defects 15.8% are unique for either 16.7% Quality deficiencies, serial defects large or mid-sized Changes in legislation and regulation 15.8% enterprises. 11.1% Market stagnation or decline Eurozone breakdown 10.5% 11.1% Political/social upheaval, war Credit availability Figures here represent a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Spain: 37; large enterprises: 19; mid-sized enterprises: 18. Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 3
  • 4. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Italy Italy: Top 10 business risks in 2013 60% 1. Market stagnation or decline 55% 2. Business interruption, supply chain risk 50% 3. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 35% 4. Fire, explosion 20% 5. Loss of reputation or brand value 15% 6. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 15% 7. Quality deficiencies, serial defects 15% 8. Changes in legislation and regulation 10% 9. Austerity programs 10% 10. Commodity price increases Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Italy (20). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & SpecialtyThe Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); Italy: 20. Europe 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 43% 2 Natural catastrophes 40.9% 3 Fire, explosion 30.4% 4 Changes in legislation and regulation 16.4% 5 Quality deficiences, serial defects 16.3% 6 Market stagnation or decline 15.4% 7 Intensified competition 15% 8 Eurozone breakdown 14.6% 9 Market fluctuations 11.1% 10 Credit availability 10.2% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 4
  • 5. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Belgium & Netherlands Belgium: Top 10 business risks in 2013 38.9% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 27.8% 2. Fire, explosion 27.8% 3. Intensified competition 22.2% 4. Changes in legislation and regulation 19.4% 5. The Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of Credit availability 19.4% 6. Market stagnation or decline 16.7% 7. Eurozone breakdown 16.7% 8. Other 13.9% 9. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 13.9%10. responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); Belgium: 36; Netherlands: 15. Quality deficiencies, serial defects Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Belgium (36). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Netherlands: Top 10 business risks in 2013 73.3% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 46.7% 2. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 33.3% 3. Fire, explosion 20% 4. Commodity price increases 13.3% 5. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 13.3% 6. Eurozone breakdown 13.3% 7. Theft, fraud, corruption 13.3% 8. Cyber crime, IT failures 13.3% 9. Changes in legislation and regulation 13.3%10. Market stagnation or decline Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Netherlands (15). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 5
  • 6. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Hungary Hungary: Top 10 business risks in 2013 67,5% 1. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 38,6% 2. Fire, explosion 26,5% 3. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 24,1% 4. Business interruption, supply chain risk 18,1% 5. Changes in legislation and regulation 16,9% 6. Credit availability 15,7% 7. Market stagnation or decline 14,5% 8. Theft, fraud, corruption 12,0% 9. Eurozone breakdown 9,6% 10. Health issues (e.g. pandemics) Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Hungary (83). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & SpecialtyThe Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); Hungary: 83. Europe 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 43% 2 Natural catastrophes 40.9% 3 Fire, explosion 30.4% 4 Changes in legislation and regulation 16.4% 5 Quality deficiences, serial defects 16.3% 6 Market stagnation or decline 15.4% 7 Intensified competition 15% 8 Eurozone breakdown 14.6% 9 Market fluctuations 11.1% 10 Credit availability 10.2% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 6
  • 7. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Germany Germany: Top 10 business risks in 2013 43% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 42.5% 2. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 25.8% 3. Quality deficiencies, serial defects 24.2% 4. Fire, explosion 18.8% 5. The Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of Eurozone breakdown 16.7% 6. Intensified competition 16.7% 7. Changes in legislation and regulation 11.3% 8. Market stagnation or decline 9.1% 9. Technological innovation 9.1%10. Loss of reputation or brand value Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Germany (186). responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); Germany: 186. Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Germany: Top 10 business risks in 2013 by size of enterprise LAR G E E N T E R P R I S E S M I d -S Iz E d E N T E R P R I S E S 43.6% 43.5% Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) Business interruption, supply chain risk 42.9% 39.1% Business interruption, supply chain risk Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 27.9% 34.8% Quality deficiencies, serial defects Fire, explosion 20.7% 26.1% Fire, explosion Eurozone breakdown 19.3% 19.6% Changes in legislation and regulation Quality deficiencies, serial defects 16.4% 19.6% Eurozone breakdown Intensified competition 15.7% 17.4% Intensified competition The highlighted risks Credit availability 11.4% are unique for either 15.2% Technological innovation large or mid-sized Market stagnation or decline 11.4% enterprises. 10.9% Loss of reputation or brand value Market fluctuations 10% 10.9% Market stagnation or decline Talent shortage, aging workforce Figures here represent a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Germany: 186; large enterprises: 140; mid-sized enterprises: 46. Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 7
  • 8. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Switzerland Switzerland: Top 10 business risks in 2013 57.1% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 28.6% 2. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 28.6% 3. Eurozone breakdown 28.6% 4. Loss of reputation or brand value 19% 5. Fire, explosion 19% 6. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 19% 7. Quality deficiencies, serial defects 19% 8. Intensified competition 14.3% 9. Cyber crime, IT failures 14.3% 10. Market stagnation or decline Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Switzerland (21). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & SpecialtyThe Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); Switzerland: 21. Europe 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 43% 2 Natural catastrophes 40.9% 3 Fire, explosion 30.4% 4 Changes in legislation and regulation 16.4% 5 Quality deficiences, serial defects 16.3% 6 Market stagnation or decline 15.4% 7 Intensified competition 15% 8 Eurozone breakdown 14.6% 9 Market fluctuations 11.1% 10 Credit availability 10.2% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 8
  • 9. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Austria Austria: Top 10 business risks in 2013 55% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 45% 2. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 30% 3. Eurozone breakdown 15% 4. Fire, explosion 15% 5. Theft, fraud, corruption 15% 6. Talent shortage, aging workforce 15% 7. Market stagnation or decline 10% 8. Commodity price increases 10% 9. Intensified competition 10% 10. Changes in legislation and regulation Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Austria (20). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & SpecialtyThe Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Europe: 560 (Europe includes Middle East and South Africa); Austria: 20. Europe 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 43% 2 Natural catastrophes 40.9% 3 Fire, explosion 30.4% 4 Changes in legislation and regulation 16.4% 5 Quality deficiences, serial defects 16.3% 6 Market stagnation or decline 15.4% 7 Intensified competition 15% 8 Eurozone breakdown 14.6% 9 Market fluctuations 11.1% 10 Credit availability 10.2% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 9
  • 10. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in United Kingdom United Kingdom: Top 10 business risks in 2013 48.1% 1. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 46.2% 2. Business interruption, supply chain risk 42.3% 3. Fire, explosion 21.2% 4. Loss of reputation or brand value 15.4% 5. The Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of Intensified competition 15.4% 6. Changes in legislation and regulation 13.5% 7. Credit availability 13.5% 8. Theft, fraud, corruption 13.5% 9. Market stagnation or decline 11.5%10. Eurozone breakdown Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for United Kingdom (52). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for United Kingdom: 52; Large enterprises: 31; Mid-sized enterprises: 21. United Kingdom: Top 10 business risks in 2013 by size of enterprise LAR G E E N T E R P R I S E S M I d -S Iz E d E N T E R P R I S E S 54.8% 52.4% Business interruption, supply chain risk Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 51.6% 33.3% Fire, explosion Business interruption, supply chain risk 45.2% 28.6% Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) Fire, explosion 22.6% 28.6% Loss of reputation or brand value Intensified competition 16.1% 23.8% Market stagnation or decline Credit availability 12.9% 23.8% Eurozone breakdown Theft, fraud, corruption 12.9% 19% Changes in legislation and regulation Changes in legislation and regulation 9.7% 19% Cyber crime, IT failures The highlighted risks Loss of reputation or brand value 9.7% are unique for either 14.3% Technological innovation large or mid-sized Talent shortage, aging workforce 6.5% enterprises. 14.3% Credit availability Cyber crime, IT failures Figures here represent a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for United Kingdom: 52; large enterprises: 31; mid-sized enterprises: 21. Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 10
  • 11. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Singapore Singapore: Top 10 business risks in 2013 52% 1. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 44% 2. Business interruption, supply chain risk 32% 3. Commodity price increases 24% 4. Fire, explosion 20% 5. Quality deficiencies, serial defects 20% 6. Loss of reputation or brand value 16% 7. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 12% 8. Political/social upheaval, war 12% 9. Intensified competition 12% 10. Market stagnation or decline Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Singapore (25). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & SpecialtyThe Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for for Asia/Pacific: 85; for Singapore: 25. Asia/Pacific 1 Natural catastrophes 50,6% 2 Business interruption, supply chain risk 47,1% 3 Fire, explosion 27,1% 4 Market fluctuations 18,8% 5 Commodity price increases 17,6% 6 Eurozone breakdown 14,1% 7 Loss of reputation or brand value 14,1% 8 Talent shortage, aging workforce 11,8% 9 Intensified competition 11,8% 10 Quality deficiences, serial defects 9,4% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 11
  • 12. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Australia Australia: Top 10 business risks in 2013 46.7% 1. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 33.3% 2. Business interruption, supply chain risk 26.7% 3. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 26.7% 4. Talent shortage, aging workforce 23.3% 5. Loss of reputation or brand value 20% 6. Intensified competition 16.7% 7. Commodity price increases 16.7% 8. Changes in legislation and regulation 13.3% 9. Credit availability 10% 10. Fire, explosion Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Australia (30). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & SpecialtyThe Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for Asia/Pacific: 85; for Australia: 30 Asia/Pacific 1 Natural catastrophes 50,6% 2 Business interruption, supply chain risk 47,1% 3 Fire, explosion 27,1% 4 Market fluctuations 18,8% 5 Commodity price increases 17,6% 6 Eurozone breakdown 14,1% 7 Loss of reputation or brand value 14,1% 8 Talent shortage, aging workforce 11,8% 9 Intensified competition 11,8% 10 Quality deficiences, serial defects 9,4% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 12
  • 13. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in USA and Canada USA and Canada: Top 10 business risks in 2013 54.8% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 53% 2. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 31.9% 3. Fire, explosion 24.7% 4. Intensified competition 22.3% 5. The Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of Changes in legislation and regulation 12% 6. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 12% 7. Theft, fraud, corruption 12% 8. Loss of reputation or brand value 8.4% 9. Commodity price increases 7.2%10. Credit availability Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for USA and Canada (166). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for USA and Canada: 166; Large enterprises: 68; Mid-sized enterprises: 98. USA and Canada: Top 10 business risks in 2013 by size of enterprise LAR G E E N T E R P R I S E S M I d -S Iz E d E N T E R P R I S E S 60.3% 51% Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) Business interruption, supply chain risk 60.3% 48% Business interruption, supply chain risk Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 35.3% 31.6% Fire, explosion Intensified competition 29.4% 29.6% Changes in legislation and regulation Fire, explosion 14.7% 17.3% Intensified competition Changes in legislation and regulation 10.3% 16.3% Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) Theft, fraud, corruption 10.3% 13.3% Loss of reputation or brand value Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 8.8% The highlighted risks 13.3% Quality deficiencies, serial defects are unique for either Loss of reputation or brand value 8.8% large or mid-sized 11.2% Power blackouts enterprises. Commodity price increases 8.8% 9.2% Technological innovation Credit availability Figures here represent a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for USA and Canada: 166; large enterprises: 68; mid-sized enterprises: 98. Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 13
  • 14. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 The most important risks for businesses in Brazil Brazil: Top 10 business risks in 2013 37,5% 1. Business interruption, supply chain risk 33,3% 2. Natural catastrophes (e.g. storm, flood, earthquake) 29,2% 3. Fire, explosion 25,0% 4. Market fluctuations (e.g. exchange or interest rates) 25,0% 5. Changes in legislation and regulation 16,7% 6. Talent shortage, aging workforce 16,7% 7. Intensified competition 16,7% 8. Other 12,5% 9. Pollution 12,5% 10. Quality deficiencies, serial defects Figures represent a percentage of all relevant responses for Brazil (24). Source: Allianz Global Corporate & SpecialtyThe Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers and claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz entities. Figures here represent the number of responses as a percentage of all relevant responses. Responses for North and South America: 198; for Brazil: 24. North and South America 1 Business interruption, supply chain risk 52,5% 2 Natural catastrophes 49,5% 3 Fire, explosion 32,8% 4 Intensified competition 23,2% 5 Changes in legislation and regulation 23,2% 6 Market fluctuations 14,1% 7 Theft, fraud, corruption 11,1% 8 Loss of reputation or brand value 10,1% 9 Commodity price increases 7,6% 10 Credit availability 7,1% Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 14
  • 15. Allianz Risk Pulse  Country and regional information on Business Risks 2013 Methodology , The Allianz “Risk Barometer” survey was conducted There were 529 respondents from a total of 28 countries. As multiple among risk consultants, underwriters, senior managers answers for up to two industries were possible, a total of 843 answersand claims experts within both AGCS and local Allianz enti- were delivered.ties in October 2012, with a focus on the corporate insurancesector for both large industrial and mid-size companies. The survey is a follow-up to a first “Risk Barometer” from 2011/2012 which was conducted among AGCS experts, referring only to largeParticipants were asked to name industries about which they are corporate businesses. As the base of participants and the methodologyparticularly knowledgeable and then name up to three risks they have evolved slightly, the results cannot be compared directly. However,believed to be of most importance for their clients within each industry. major trends can be identified.In addition, they identified risks they thought their clients significantlyunderestimate.Number of participants per country Australia 18 Singapore 17 Asia/Pacific other 18 Asia/Pacific total 53Germany 116Hungary 48UK 37France 29Belgium 24Netherlands 10Spain 22Austria 15Switzerland 14Italy 12Europe other 26 US 94Europe total 353 Canada 10 Brazil 16 Other SA 3 Americas total 123 Allianz Risk Pulse – Focus: Business Risks   Appendix page 15