Q1 cat bond issuance reaches new high as mix of issuers changes
The growing number of private catastrophe bond transactions coming to market suggests a continued interest in increased flexibility and frictional cost reduction while still maintaining access to capacity from providers that have liquidity mandates, according to the latest PCS Q1 2017 Catastrophe Bond Report.
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PCS, Catastrophe bond, North America