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What are ILS and how are they being used to bridge  the gap between economic and insured losses?

Toby Pughe, FCII. 53 pages. English.

The Burning issue for Boardrooms, Sovereigns, and the (Re)insurance Market.

Toby Pughe, FCII. English. 102 pages.

Why the ILS Market is Perfectly Positioned to Save Emerging Markets.

Toby Pughe, FCII. 3 pages.

Book by J David Cummins & Olivier Mahul, 299 pages.

This paper explores the market forces leading to rising interest in non-nat cat ILS alternatives, the differences between these products and traditional nat cat ILS products, and the crucial factors institutional investors and hedge fund managers should consider when deciding whether or not to move into this space.

Kirill Savrassov. Video 12min. English.

Kirill Savrassov, Clive O’Connell, Despoina Makariou. Video. English. 1hr 57min.

The first catastrophe bonds were issued in the mid-1990s and the market has been steadily growing since that time. The most recent Risk Center Primer, by Alexander Braun and Carolyn Kousky, explains the general mechanics of catastrophe bonds, provides examples of their use, and outlines future opportunities for the market. 10 Pages.

Gaps in response funding immediately after disaster can now be addressed through a new form of insurance.


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