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Investors suggest Ianus Capital loss from Turkey quake unlikely

News 24th October 2011

Further to our earlier article alerting you to the potentially exposed Ianus Capital catastrophe bond which covers the whole of Turkey for earthquake risks, it seems that investors are pretty confident that the cat bond won’t face losses due to the location of the earthquake. The M7.2 quake has caused widespread damage in the area […]

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EQECAT provided risk analysis for Ianus Capital catastrophe bond

News 24th June 2009

Further details on the structure of Munich Re’s Ianus Capital Ltd. catastrophe bond have been released through the press release of EQECAT Ltd. The full press release is below. EQECAT, Inc. provided risk modeling to Munich Re in the issuance of a €50m catastrophe bond transferring European winter storm and Turkish earthquake risks to the […]

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A downsized Ianus Capital and Calabash Re III cat bonds close

News 2nd June 2009

Two catastrophe bond deals have closed in the past couple of days. The first is the Ianus Capital deal issued by Munich Re to provide them with European windstorm and Turkish earthquake cover. The deal was marketed as a €100m transaction but actually came to market as €50m due to investor hesitance caused by a […]

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Munich Re enters the 2009 cat bond market with Ianus Capital

News 12th May 2009

The catastrophe bond market is really coming to life this year, and in another demonstration of the resilience of this market under financial market pressures Munich Re is now planning the first deal of this year which covers risks outside of the U.S. Ianus Capital will be a €100m deal which will provide Munich Re […]

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Bosphorus catastrophe bond a real success story, says Turkish cat pool

News 1st May 2013

As we wrote earlier this week, the Bosphorus 1 Re Ltd. catastrophe bond completed recently, successfully securing its sponsor the Turkish Catastrophe Insurance Pool (TCIP) a source of fully-collateralized, multi-year reinsurance protection against Turkish earthquake risks using a parametric trigger. Now the usual press releases on the deals completion have emerged and it’s clear that […]

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