Annual Report 2009
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Insurance payments made in compensation for losses suffered as a result of natural disastersMain payments made in FY2008• June 2008 (damage caused by Iwate-Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake, mainly in Iwate and Miyagi prefectures) : 7,933 cases totaling ¥6,060 millionJuly 2007: damage caused by Niigata Chuetsu off-shore Earthquake mainly in Niigata and Nagano prefectures31,837 casestotaling ¥31,470 millionInsurance payments made in FY2008 by Building Endowment Insurance for damage to property suffered as a result of natural disasters¥18,600 million (down 68.6% year-on-year)BUSINESS OPERATIONS17ANNUAL REPORT 2009(Trillion ¥)(FY)200420052006200720084.03.53.02.52.01.51.00.50Others ¥117 billionPayments for damage covered by Building Endowment Insurance ¥69 billionPayments for Building Endowment Insurance at maturity ¥1,224 billionPayments for damage covered by Automobile Insurance ¥187 billionPayments for death covered by Comprehensive Life Insurance ¥565 billionPayments for Comprehensive Life Insurance at maturity ¥1,954 billionBreakdown of Claims Paid3.583.493.66Sept. 2004: damage caused by Typhoon No. 18 (Songda) in Yamaguchi, Kumamoto, Fukuoka and other prefectures 284,361 cases totaling ¥108,050 million Oct. 2004: damage caused by Niigata Chuetsu Earthquake mainly in Niigata and Gunma prefectures 87,622 cases totaling ¥77,340 millionOct. 2004: damage caused by Typhoon No. 23 (Tokage) mainly in Hyogo, Kyoto, and Okayama prefectures 78,476 cases totaling ¥40,440 millionJan. 1995: damage caused by Great Hanshin Earthquake (“Kobe earthquake”) mostly in Hyogo, Osaka, and Kyoto prefectures 101,534 casestotaling ¥118,880 millionSept. 1991: damage caused by Typhoon No. 19 (Mireille) across the whole country 438,405 cases totaling ¥148,820 millionSept. 1999: damage caused by Typhoon No. 18 (Bart) in Kumamoto, Yamaguchi and other prefectures 179,978 cases totaling ¥63,690 million Sept. 2005: heavy rain in Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Oitaand other prefectures 39,979 cases totaling ¥29,330 million Sept. 1998: damage caused by Typhoon No. 7 (Viki) mostly in Nara, Mie, and Wakayama prefectures 84,755 cases totaling ¥27,050 million 4.113.88

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