Last week’s ILS, catastrophe bond and reinsurance convergence news

by Artemis on June 5, 2013

Every Wednesday morning we send out our weekly email newsletter which contains every story that you may have missed from the last seven days. You can sign up for the newsletter here. In case you missed anything in the last week, here are all of the news stories and articles we published over the last seven days.

Forecasters confidence that Atlantic hurricane season will be active increases

Lancashire appoints new portfolio manager to Capital Management division

Reinsurance convergence capital puts pressure on renewal pricing at June 1

AIR: Insured value of coastal U.S. property exceeds $10 trillion

$1.1 trillion U.S. residential property value exposed to hurricane storm surge

Flooding in Central Europe a threat to reinsurers

As risk premiums fall in the catastrophe bond market, expected losses rise

Residential Reinsurance 2013 cat bond completes, rated and listed

Growing number of capital markets investors accepting hurricane risk: Fitch

Insurance-linked securities funds see best April since 2007

Nicholas Ernst joins Choice Natural Gas as Director of Weather Markets

Aon Benfield Securities adds Triggs to capital markets team

EQECAT and RMS to share exposure data schemas

New hire at Third Point Re to boost capital raising and investor relations

Reinsurance and cat bonds help Florida Citizens into best financial shape ever

Southport Re makes the Cayman Islands its home

NZ Superannuation Fund appoints Leadenhall to $275m insurance-linked mandate

Insurance rate rises offset capital markets impact on reinsurance, for some

More peak Florida wind risk hits the private market in another Citizens takeout

RMS estimates up to $3.5 billion insured losses from Oklahoma tornado

PCS stays at $18.75 billion industry loss estimate on hurricane Sandy

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