Improvements in the availability of event loss data for Australia could encourage the use of insurance-linked securities (ILS) by insurers in the country—something that would also offer ILS investors much-needed diversification in the risks they are able to invest in.
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PERILS, North America, Eduard Held, Insurance, Catastrophe, ILS, PCI 2016, Data analysis, Risk management, Australia, Risk transfer, Property, Casualty