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ILS listings on the BSX reach new high at $28 billion

The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) continues to grow its amount of catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities (ILS) listings, with a further 44 securities with a combined value of $4.802 billion added in the first four months of 2018.As at the end of 2017, Artemis wrote that the volume of catastrophe read the full article →

BSX ILS listings break records in 2017, reaching $26 billion

Continuing the trend of 2016 and the first-half of 2017, the total amount of catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities (ILS) listings on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) reached a new high of $25.99 billion at year-end 2017, growth of roughly 23% year-on-year.A record 103 new insurance-linked listings of catastrophe bonds, read the full article →

Horseshoe joins BSX as listing sponsor

Bermuda-headquartered ILS management, servicing, transformation and fronting specialist Horseshoe Group has joined the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) as a listing sponsor, through its Horseshoe Corporate Services Ltd. unit.Effective as of the 20th February 2017, Horseshoe Group can now provide services to issuers in order to facilitate listing of securities, including read the full article →

ILS listings on Bermuda BSX reach record high of $21.2bn

The volume of insurance-linked listings of catastrophe bonds, insurance-linked securities (ILS), reinsurance sidecar notes and insurance linked investment funds on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) reached a new high at the end of 2016, exceeding $20 billion for the first time.A record 61 new ILS listings listed on the BSX read the full article →

Bermuda captured 87% of ILS and cat bonds in 2014

According to data released by ILS Bermuda Ltd., the steering committee of the forthcoming Bermuda Convergence 2015 event, the island captured a huge 87% of new catastrophe bond and insurance-linked security (ILS) issuance in 2014.Bermuda has been a dominant force in the ILS space for many years now, becoming the read the full article →