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The implications of the recent Japan earthquake for those invested in insurance risk transfer instruments - insurance linked securities - and why now might even be an opportune time to invest.
Radio Feature 11: Karsten Bromann in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Friday, April 01, 2011

radio Together with Solidum Partners, Karsten Bromann, I discuss the implications of the recent Japan earthquake for those invested in insurance risk transfer instruments - insurance linked securities - and we also explore why now might even be an opportune time to invest.

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The implications of the recent Japan earthquake for those invested in insurance risk transfer instruments - insurance linked securities - and why now might even be an opportune time to invest.

Duration: 21:22 

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  • Q1 - What this event occurrence actually means for Japanese and global insurers and reinsurers, and the estimated losses they have suffered?

    Duration: 03:54 


  • Q2 - What such an event means for global insurers and reinsurers going forward?

    Duration: 03:16 


  • Q3 - What it means for investor returns?

    Duration: 03:06 


  • Q4 - Its effect on new cat bond issuance, spreads and structuring insurance risk transfer instruments

    Duration: 03:03 


  • Q5 - The merits and drawbacks of using parametric triggers in structuring for e.g. cat bonds

    Duration: 03:50 


  • Q6 - The geographic facts of this magnitude 9 earthquake and why it probably was not "The Tokyo Earthquake" everyone had been braced for

    Duration: 04:11 



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