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New risks being considered for securitisation & more ...

Thursday, July 17, 2008
Some players in the industry are also exploring the potential securitisation of casualty risks – specific classes of liability exposure..

A SQUARE :: 17Jul08 New risks being considered for securitisation & more ...
Category Insurance
Faculty Barney Schauble
Expertise Insurance
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
We continue to see new cedants and new sponsors of cat bond issues, primary insurers and reinsurers that have not previously issued bonds. We also see new structures come to market – new underlying risks, new triggers and tranching.
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