They claim to have launched the world’s first non-cat insurance investment-grade rated feeder fund.
The market remained resilient in the face of record high nat cat losses; positive momentum to continue.
Its investment strategy is primarily focused on catastrophe-linked insurance and reinsurance transactions.
Rates have spiked in cyber but the creation of long-term stable capacity remains the goal, as alternative capacity takes a growing interest in the risk. Aon’s Catherine Mulligan discusses the challenges and opportunities.
The appointee had helped in shaping the new strategic direction of the business while improving underwriting and servicing processes.
With record cat bond issuance and continuing COVID losses filtering through, there may be some added complications for ILS managers at the renewals, says Schroders Capital’s Stephan Ruoff.
Newly appointed Horseshoe Capital CEO Kathleen Faries on how ILS needs to be at the forefront of the risk world and why Bermuda will remain the industry’s centre of gravity despite rising competition.
We’re looking at behavioural change on a huge scale in order to get to Net Zero by 2050, says LIIBA chair.
ILS issuance was at an all time high in 2020 but this year looks set to climb even higher.
Eagle Re financed the deal via six classes of mortgage insurance-linked notes.