The new wave of so-called convergence capital that has entered in the industry in recent years will increasingly find ways to participate on risks in emerging markets and on non-peak perils driven by an improvement in the risk modelling capabilities available and a growing desire by governments to work with the private sector to offset risks.
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Perils, New Capital, EQECAT, Paul Little, Rendez-Vous