Best of Artemis, week ending December 12th 2021

Best of Artemis, week ending December 12th 2021

Here are the 10 most popular news articles, week ending December 12th 2021, covering catastrophe bonds, ILS, reinsurance capital and related risk transfer topics. To ensure you never miss out on a thing subscribe to the weekly Artemis email newsletter updates or get our email alerts for each article we publish.Ten most check out short articles on, week ending December 12th 2021:

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Substantial twister outbreak damages numerous U.S. statesA significant break out of tornadoes and extreme convective weather struck a variety of southern U.S. states on Friday night into Saturday morning, with prevalent damage experienced and deaths expected to run to between 50 and 100.
Renewal optimism rises, as market hold-ups on lack of retro & & caught ILS capitalOptimism over reinsurance renewal rate increases is said to be increasing, as the market deals with a substantially postponed renewal timeline, for which an absence of aggregate retrocession capacity and trapped insurance-linked securities (ILS) capital are 2 of the drivers.
Handling disaster direct exposures key at reinsurance renewals: Controlling or surveyreducing direct exposure to disaster threats is viewed as the most crucial chauffeur of reinsurance purchasing decisions for the January 2022 renewal season, according to numerous participants to our current market research.
Climate modification inflates losses up to 2.50% & & premiums do not cover it: Credit Suisse ILSAfter the publication of the most current Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report earlier this year in August, the Credit Suisse Insurance Linked Strategies group has actually evaluated its findings on climate trends connected to extreme weather disasters and attempted to quantify their effects on the worldwide insurance, reinsurance and insurance-linked securities (ILS).
Gallagher Re to win TWIA reinsurance broking accountGallagher Re looks set to win a major new reinsurance broking customer thanks to its acquisition of Willis Re, as the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIAs) Actuarial & & Underwriting Committee continues to make the suggestion for a modification.
NN Group targets very first disaster bond with Orange Capital ReNN Group, or Nationale-Nederlanden, has gone into the catastrophe bond market for the very first time, looking for to protect EUR 75 million or more in collateralised reinsurance from a very first Orange Capital Re DAC (Series 2021-1) issuance.
Reinsurance stable. Rates to rise. ILS capital treading water: AM BestThe international reinsurance market outlook remains stable, thanks to favorable prices momentum, improved market discipline and increasing need, according to rating firm AM Best.
Canada Pension Plan considers sale of Ascot & & Wilton Re: ReportThe Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), among the bigger pension financiers with a strong hunger for insurance and reinsurance market-linked returns, is reportedly looking to offer 2 of its larger equity stakes in the industry, by offloading specialty player Ascot Group and life and annuity reinsurance company Wilton Re.
Twelve Capital and Eos Venture Partners launch insurtech fund strategyTwelve Capital Management, the Zurich-headquartered catastrophe bond, insurance-linked securities (ILS) and reinsurance connected mutual fund manager, is expanding its methods to include insurtech financial investments with the help of a brand-new partnership with specialist insurtech financier Eos Venture Partners.
Hannover Re looks for $100m peak danger aggregate 3264 Re retro feline bondGlobal reinsurance firm Hannover Re has actually gone back to the disaster bond market searching for a collateralized source of around the world peak hazard annual aggregate and industry loss based retrocessional reinsurance protection, with a $100 million or higher 3264 Re Ltd. (Series 2022-1) feline bond deal.

Reinsurance stable. ILS capital treading water: AM BestThe international reinsurance market outlook stays stable, thanks to positive prices momentum, improved market discipline and rising need, according to ranking company AM Best.
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