Read here. There are a number of global corporations that seem immune to scientific truth and empirical evidence. Munich Re is such a corporation. Time and time again their marketing and PR types go with bogus falsehoods despite their own in-house scientists concluding differently.
In terms of actual evidence there is none that supports the lying-hype of Munich Re.
"Earlier this week Munich Re called for action on climate change, while touting its green investments, explaining that the rise in costs due to hurricanes was due to only one factor: [Since 1980] windstorm natural catastrophes more than doubled, with particularly heavy losses from Atlantic hurricanes. This rise can only be explained by global warming.....Knowing some of the scientists at Munich Re, and having high respect for their work and integrity, I can only conclude that the marketing department is not talking to the research department. What else would explain such polar opposite messages? (In case you are curious, the messages in the peer reviewed research results are consistent with the state of the science on this subject. The other stuff is not.)"