Best of Artemis, week ending 25th September 2011

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It’s been another busy week here at Artemis with many new articles to read. Unsurprisingly the most read news of the last week was our article about an innovative new type of risk which was securitized and sold to investors. Here, to give our readers a chance to catch up on any news they have missed, are the top ten most read stories of the last seven days.

Top ten most viewed articles on Artemis.bm, week ending 25th September 2011:

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  1. Innovative catastrophe bond type structure used to cover risks of lottery winnings for MyLotto24
  2. IRS proposes to treat weather, catastrophe and longevity derivatives as notional principal contracts
  3. Clariden Leu invested in the Kizuna Re private catastrophe bond
  4. The size of the catastrophe bond market
  5. Catastrophe bond market prices reflective of strong investor interest
  6. RMS publishes final U.S. Paradex estimate for hurricane Irene
  7. Insurers could turn to catastrophe bonds if reinsurance rates rise significantly at January renewals
  8. R4 microinsurance weather-index insurance initiative to expand
  9. Exchange traded funds for trading longevity risk?
  10. Principles proposed for regulating insurance-linked securities in Canada
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