Catastrophe bond transactions through the ages

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The catastrophe bond market has been in existence since 1994. Many deals have been struck in the last 16 years involving a range of issuers, insurers and reinsurers, structuring and arranging firms, risk modelling companies and supporting financial markets professionals. Artemis.bm has been there to cover these transactions since 1999 and our catastrophe bond Deal Directory is now renowned as a great source of information on the transactions which make up the market.

Many of you are fans and followers of our blog, but you may not be aware of the Deal Directory so we wanted to remind you all that it’s still going strong and is regularly updated as we find and are supplied with information about transactions both old and new. We’re always happy to be sent updates and corrections so please get in touch if you want to help.

You can view the latest transactions (currently from 2010) here. Deals from previous years are split into their own pages as follows: 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999 and earlier.

We’re pleased that our users enjoy the Deal Directory and find it of use. It will continue to be updated and expanded as the catastrophe bond market develops.

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