Best of Artemis, week ending 18th July 2021

Best of Artemis, week ending 18th July 2021

Here are the ten most popular news articles, week ending 18th July 2021, covering disaster bonds, ILS, reinsurance capital and related danger transfer topics. To guarantee you never miss out on a thing sign up for the weekly Artemis e-mail newsletter updates or get our email alerts for each article we publish.Our ILS Asia 2021 virtual occasion is offered to see on-demand!
Ten most read short articles on Artemis.bm, week ending 18th July 2021:

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RMS sale on the cards as owner mentions “possible disposal”One of the insurance and reinsurance markets leading disaster danger modelling companies, RMS, is being sold by its owner DMGT.
Aon provides to offer more WTW interests to calm New Zealand regulatorInsurance and reinsurance broking giant Aon has actually proposed to divest further units, properties and also customers of its acquisition target Willis Towers Watson (WTW) to the New Zealand Commerce Commission.
Continuous European flood event to drive industry losses in the billionsSevere flooding throughout a number of nations in Europe looks set to turn into one of the most costly flood episodes on record, with the insurance and reinsurance market anticipating billion Euro market losses.
Clearness for ILS on Covid-related BI might take two more years: End-investorsThe unexpected nature of Covid-19 associated business interruption (BI) losses is troubling for the market, and it could be another two years prior to the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market completely comprehends the effect, according to leading ILS investors.
AGILE Risk Partners finishes first 2 D&F ILS transactionsAGILE Risk Partners, the expert technology-focused direct & & facultative(D&F) residential or commercial property threat underwriting start-up with an eye on the capital markets for capacity, has actually now informed us it has actually finished its very first two D&F insurance-linked securities (ILS) transactions.
AXIS names Chris Caponigro as Global Head of rebranded AXIS ILSBermuda-based insurer and reinsurer, AXIS Capital Holdings Limited, has hired Chris Caponigro to work as the Global Head of AXIS ILS, the companys rebranded third party capital system.
International Atlantic uses Ivy Re sidecar in $4.8 bn AXA China life reinsurance dealUnited States based life, retirement and annuities insurance and reinsurance business Global Atlantic Financial Group is broadening its reach, with its very first closed life block reinsurance offer outside the United States, in which it has actually again put third-party capital from its Ivy Re sidecar-like structure to work.
MS Amlin sees Phoenix 1 Re sidecar as core to Asia strategy: ILS Asia 2021Re/insurer MS Amlin plans to renew its novel Phoenix 1 Re reinsurance sidecar and anticipates the car to become a crucial component of its technique in the Asia area, according to William Ho, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MS Amlin Asia Pacific, and Head of Reinsurance for Asia, MS Amlin.
Swiss Res Vita Capital death bond settles at $120m, priced on targetSwiss Re has effectively upsized its new Vita Capital VI Limited (Series 2021-1) death catastrophe bond transaction to $120 million, just listed below its modified upper-end target for the deal.
Public market status can include feline bond openness & & performance: Lane at ILS Asia 2021Were the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to identify the maturity of the disaster bond market and consider it a public market, it would help both the effectiveness and transparency of this part of the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, according to Morton Lane.

This is not every article released on Artemis during the last week, just the most popular among our readers over the last seven days. There were 34 brand-new short articles published in the last week. To guarantee you always stay up to date with Artemis and never ever miss a story subscribe to our weekly e-mail newsletter which is provided every Wednesday.

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