The ILS market had one of its most successful ever years in 2017 and is well placed at it enters 2018, according to Paul Schultz, CEO of Aon Securities.
Rather than make the discovery after it’s necessary, it would be much more effective to develop a robust cyber ILW market before it’s needed, says Tom Johansmeyer of Verisk Insurance Solutions.
The average performance of cat bonds improved dramatically in October, up 0.35 percent, but the performance of some managers will diverge due to recent losses, the complexities of which also mean loss information is still being gathered by many managers.
London is doing its best to get access to the ILS market, with recent regulatory changes. Clive O'Connell, partner and head of insurance and reinsurance at McCarthy Denning takes a closer look at what has been announced.
Hurricane Irma will test the infrastructure and financial wherewithal of some insurers doing business in Florida, particularly newcomers, as Chris Draghi and Michelle Baurkot of AM Best explain.
The 2017 hurricane season could be a defining moment for Bermuda. Greg Wojciechowski of the Bermuda Stock Exchange outlines why this Atlantic storm season may define Bermuda’s role in the world for years to come.
2017 has already seen far more than the anticipated level of insurance linked securities business – and the year isn’t even over yet, Paul Schultz, CEO of Aon Securities tells Intelligent ILS.
ILS as an investment class could benefit from diversity but this must be done with care. Objective triggers must be created carefully to allow for proper pricing, as Clive O’Connell of McCarthy Denning explains.
Rather than taking advantage of a potential market shift following Harvey and Irma, it’s more important that we think about the transformational steps we can take to expand the ILS market, says Tom Johansmeyer of Verisk Insurance Solutions.
Guernsey Finance chief executive Dominic Wheatley reveals how its special purpose insurer rules refine and evolve Guernsey’s ILS offering.