Developments in indices and trigger types have helped to encourage growth in non- peak insurance-linked securities issuance, while creating greater transparency for investors, as Martin Bisping explains.
We discuss the development of the investment environment for insurance-linked securities with Kathleen Faries and Edwin Jordan at Tokio Millennium—with the two providing perspectives from an ILS market specialist.
The offshore energy market poses many unique risk management challenges. Matthew Maddocks, product manager for Russell Group, discusses what is required to enable this market to move forward successfully.
Insurance-linked securities (ILS) are grabbing increasing levels of market share, particularly in the cat space.Here, the potential of ILS is explored.
Bermuda Stock Exchange president and CEO Greg Wojciechowski has been positioning Bermuda as a leading jurisdiction for listing of insurance-linked securities. Here he outlines the exchange’s successes.
The insurance-linked securities market has achieved its best quarter yet. Paul Schultz of Aon Benfield Securities outlines the state of play in a recordbreaking three months.
There has been a bumper crop of ILS issuances in the first half of 2012. Jason Carne and Adam Smith of KPMG discuss the successes of recent months and Bermuda’s prominence as a jurisdiction for cat bonds.
A catastrophe modeller is essential when designing a good catastrophe bond. Ben Brookes of RMS explains why.
Angela Taylor, senior manager, insurance, at KPMG talks us through the developing accounting landscape and how differing FASB and IASB standards are working towards convergence.
Bermuda Re spoke with a number of figures involved in Bermuda’s ILS space and discussed the attractions, pitfalls and limitations of the cat bond market.