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.
Energy and chemical industry risk modeller, CatVest, discusses the unique role the firm plays in structuring insurance-linked securities and industry loss warranties for the capital markets.
BSX president and chief executive officer, Greg Wojciechowski, tells how his mission to position Bermuda as a leading jurisdiction for the setting up and listing of insurance-linked securities has paid dividends.
Up to $2 billion of capital has entered the industry so far in 2011 and there is the promise of more to come Bermuda Re examines what is attractive to investors and how opportunistic capital is shaping the cycle.
Paul Schultz charts the steady recovery of the insurance-linked securities market and renewed investor confidence in the capital markets.
The Bermuda Stock Exchange provides the ideal listing environment for insurance-linked securities.
Robert Quinn discusses the advantages of using trusts to post collateral.
Re/insurers have been unfairly lumped in with more risky institutions following the ﬁnancial crisis and are now suffering their attentions in the form of convergence capital. These are challenging times for the sector.