After a quiet start to the year, two new catastrophe bonds are being marketed that should take 2013 issuance to around $1 billion. Sources say investor appetite for these deals remains strong thanks to poor returns elsewhere in the financial markets while cedants remain appreciative of the diversity they offer.
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