As favourable reinsurance conditions and increased demand from investors continue to drive down spreads, it seems that the term lengths of deals are one thing which investors are putting their foot down over. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
The first half of the year saw some significant firsts in terms of shaping the future of the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market.
“It’s unlikely that we’re going to see catastrophe bonds pass the five-year mark currently, but that doesn’t mean it will never happen." Judy Klugman
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ILS, Judy Klugman, Swiss Re Capital Markets, Paul Schultz, Aon Benfield Securities, Michael Madigan, Sidley Austin, Europe