Best of Artemis, week ending 14th August 2011

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After a slight hiccup last week, when due to the volume of news we neglected to post a ‘best of the previous week’ piece on Artemis, we’re back to trial this again in the hope that it allows readers who’ve missed an article a chance to catch up on the market news from the past week.

Top ten most viewed articles on Artemis.bm, week ending 14th August 2011:

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  1. Oil Spill Risk – A Potential Market for ILS?
  2. ‘We could see a wave of catastrophe bond issuance’
  3. Moody’s calls CEA’s direct catastrophe bond credit negative for reinsurers
  4. Fitch updates their insurance-linked securities rating criteria
  5. Mayer Brown provide counsel on ground-breaking CEA catastrophe bond
  6. SEC’s proposed ABS regulations and their applicability to insurance-linked securities
  7. Demand for diversifying perils causes significant spread tightening on recent catastrophe bonds
  8. Pylon II Capital Ltd. European windstorm catastrophe bond to protect EDF launched
  9. Azimut Holdings acquires 50% stake in Katarsis Capital Advisors SA
  10. Weather derivatives market grew by 20% in 2010-2011, says WRMA
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