Перевод оригинальной статьи (in English) для 16-го конгресса SIRC. PDF версия здесь. 中文 По словам руководителя компании Phoenix CRetro Кирилла Саврасова, внедрение катастрофических облигаций на фоне инвестиций в проекты инициативы «Один пояс, Один путь» сможет нивелировать риск крупных бюджетных потерь и укрепить макроэкономическую стабильность региона стран бывшего СССР и западных Балкан путем организации инструментов быстрого доступа к финансовым ресурсам, […]

FULL ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE The World Bank has now successfully completed the issuance of the first catastrophe bond to benefit the Philippines with a source of capital markets backed disaster insurance, as the $225 million IBRD CAR 123-124 cat bond transaction listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) this morning. The Philippines cat bond transaction has achieved a […]

ILW demand rising, prices could soar for Japanese wind triggers

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FULL ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE Indicative pricing for Japanese wind exposed industry-loss warranty (ILW) backed retrocessional reinsurance protection have risen significantly in response to the now consecutive years of heavy Japan typhoon losses, as well as nervousness over where current loss estimates will be finalised. At the same time, we’re told demand for ILW capacity covering […]

FULL ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE The U.S. state of California is getting increasingly serious about the use of insurance or risk transfer to provide financing against climate risks and financing to support climate adaptation and resilience building. The state is already in the process of putting into place legislation that would allow it to purchase insurance, […]

CCRIF to expand parametric insurance cover to utilities risk & drought

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FULL ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE CCRIF SPC (formerly the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility) is seeking a further expansion of its range of parametric insurance products for the region, with utilities such as energy firms and drought coverage both potential avenues it is exploring. Speaking at a conference in the Caribbean last week, CCRIF Chief Executive […]

FULL ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE AXA Climate, the parametric specialist risk transfer unit of global insurance and reinsurance company AXA, has launched Hail Protection, which reportedly is the first-ever parametric coverage designed to help businesses recover after hail storms. AXA Climate, which was formerly called AXA Global Parametrics until a recent rebranding of the unit, developed the […]

ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE. PDF VERSION HERE Excellent management of cyclone Fani by the eastern Indian state of Odisha has become a text book example of how to manage natural catastrophes although the government is now faced with the task of post-disaster reconstruction. With low insurance penetration, the question of using capital markets as a means […]

Climate change a factor in U.S. east coast hurricane threat: Researchers

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FULL ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE Climate change is a factor in the intensity of hurricanes that threaten to strike the east coast of the United States, according to researchers who say that CO2 and greenhouse gases are helping to diminish the wind shear that can act as a barrier to storms. Wind shear along the U.S. […]

FULL ORIGINAL PUBLICATION HERE The decision as to whether Peru’s earthquake exposed IBRD CAR 120 catastrophe bond will payout a portion of the investor principal is expected within 20 days of the magnitude 8.0 earthquake that struck Peru on Sunday 26th May, according to the country’s Finance Minister. Carlos Oliva, the Minister for Finance and the Economy […]