Favourable returns on US peak catastrophe risks combined with poor investment returns elsewhere has caused a growing number of mutual funds, hedge funds and other capital sources to try to capture a portion of US peak catastrophe business. But there are inhibitors to these investors diversifying into a wider range of risks.
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US, Peak Catastrophes, Reinsurance, Edouard Schmid, Swiss Re