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Diego Wauters Q & A

Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Elaborates on developments in the catastrophe bond market- post Katrina..

A SQUARE :: 27Feb07 Diego Wauters Q & A
Category Catastrophe Bonds
Faculty Diego Wauters
Expertise Insurance And Weather Linked Investing
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Prior to Hurricane Katrina, cat bond investor demand far outstripped supply, but the occurrence of the
storm reversed this trend.

What is the status quo now?
And how do you see the cat bond market evolving in the future?

The cat bond market is mainly influenced by two factors - the price of tra

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