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ILS lawyer Richard Spitzer leaves Dewey & LeBoeuf for Mayer Brown

News 16th April 2012

Another lawyer partner with experience in the insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bond space has left Dewey & LeBoeuf for competitor Meyer Brown. Richard Spitzer joins Mayer Brown’s New York office as a partner in the Insurance Finance Group and the Banking & Finance practice. He joins a colleague Stephen Rooney who left Dewey for Mayer […]

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Another Dewey partner with insurance-linked security experience departs, this time for DLA Piper

News 11th April 2012

The exodus of lawyers with experience in reinsurance, insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bond transactions from Dewey & LeBoeuf is continuing with the latest moving across to DLA Piper. DLA Piper announced the appointment of Prakash Paran to their London office as a partner in the Corporate group and member of the global Insurance and Reinsurance […]

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Best of Artemis, week ending 3rd June 2012

News 4th June 2012

The last seven days saw another busy week of news and insight for the catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities market here on Artemis. Also last week, the Atlantic hurricane season has now officially begun and you can follow its development on our dedicated 2012 Hurricane Season page. Here are the ten articles which received the […]

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Best of Artemis, week ending 22nd April 2012

News 23rd April 2012

The last week has featured a lot of coverage of the catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities market during Q1 and discussions of where the market is heading through the rest of 2o12. Generally the sentiment is positive and this year is expected to be a strong one for ILS and cat bonds. Also, another cat […]

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Best of Artemis, week ending 15th April 2012

News 16th April 2012

It’s been another busy week for news in the catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities market. Thoughts at this time of year turn to the impending U.S. hurricane season and the mid-year renewals shortly after. No new cat bond deals began marketing in the last seven days, but investors continue to discuss what they see as […]

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