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All Aon ILS Indices gained in Q2, but returns down year-on-year

Aon Securities, the insurance-linked securities (ILS) and capital markets arm of insurance and reinsurance broker Aon, reveals that all Aon ILS Indices posted a gain in the second-quarter of 2017, although returns were down when compared with a year earlier.Aon’s ILS Indices track the performance of investment baskets of catastrophe read the full article →

Aon ILS Indices all posted gains in 2016

Investments in insurance-linked securities (ILS) and catastrophe bonds continued to outperform some comparable benchmarks in 2016, despite further reinsurance rates and ILS price declines, according to the latest report from Aon Securities.During 2016 the Aon ILS Indices, which track the performance of investment baskets of catastrophe bonds, continued the trend read the full article →

Aon ILS Indices rise in Q2, gains up year-on-year: Aon

In line with the first-quarter of this year and the second-quarter of 2015, all Aon insurance-linked securities (ILS) Indices posted gains in Q2 2016. However, and again continuing the trend witnessed in Q1, relative to benchmarks the Aon ILS Indices performed with mixed results, according to Aon Securities.Aon Securities, the read the full article →

All Aon ILS Indices posted gains in Q1 2016

In contrast to the first-quarter of last year all Aon ILS Indices in Q1 2016 reported gains, however, relative to benchmarks the ILS Indices performed with mixed results, says Aon Securities, the capital markets arm of reinsurance broker Aon Benfield.The Aon ILS Indices are a set of indices calculated using read the full article →

Aon ILS Indices outperform all fixed-income benchmarks in 2015

In 2015 the Aon ILS Indices, which track the performance of investment baskets of catastrophe bonds, all outperformed a number of comparable fixed income benchmarks, as well as beating the S&P 500 Index, the latest report from Aon Securities shows.No matter how much reinsurance rates have declined and catastrophe bond read the full article →

Mixed results for Aon Benfield ILS Indices in first-quarter 2015

The Aon Benfield ILS Indices, a set of indices calculated using month-end pricing data for outstanding catastrophe bonds and insurance-linked securities, saw mixed results in Q1 2015 as U.S. hurricane bonds dragged the index down.The Aon Benfield U.S. Hurricane Bond index saw negative performance for the quarter of -0.55%, which read the full article →

Aon Benfield ILS Indices largely outperform 2012 returns

The Aon Benfield ILS Indices, a set of indices calculated using month-end pricing data for outstanding catastrophe bonds and insurance-linked securities saw impressive performance in 2013, largely outperforming 2012 returns.The catastrophe bond and ILS market has seen a very strong year of returns in 2013, with declining issuance pricing seemingly read the full article →

ILS market returns approaching ten year annual averages: Aon Benfield

Despite the severe catastrophe loss burden from 2011, which saw a number of catastrophe bonds impacted by events in Japan and the tornadoes in the U.S., the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market continued to provide investors with competitive returns when compared to other similarly rated securities. These events caused a relatively read the full article →

Aon Benfield ILS Indices show strong gains in Q2

Aon Benfield have today published their report on the insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bond market for the 2nd quarter of 2011. The report, titled ILS Second Quarter Update 2011, looks back at issuance during the last quarter and contains a number of interesting topics which we'll endeavour to cover for read the full article →

Aon Benfield ILS Indices see lower performance in Q1

Aon Benfield Securities report on Q1 activity in the catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities market (which we've written about earlier today here) also contains an update on the performance of their Aon Benfield ILS Indices. Aon launched the indices last August hoping to provide a quantitative monthly view of ILS read the full article →