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Investor interest in ILS could be stronger than expected: Moody’s

Thanks to the very strong earnings generated by capital deployed into the reinsurance market last year and an expectation that strong earnings can persist through full-year 2024, analysts at Moody’s Investors Service believe investor interest in insurance-linked securities (ILS) could prove to be stronger than had been expected.

Moody’s said that pricing of property catastrophe excess-of-loss reinsurance contracts is likely to peak before the end of 2024, which is aligned with most observations of the marketplace right now.

But the analysts also believe that capital providers will be in for another year of strong earnings from their reinsurance underwriting deployments again in 2024, major loss activity allowing, which they say could prove to be a catalyst for capital flows to accelerate later this year and into 2025.


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