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News and articles about collateralized reinsurance transactions and collateralised reinsurance market trends.

Collateralised reinsurance simply refers to any fully-collateralised reinsurance transaction, be that securitised or not.

Collateralized reinsurance allows ILS funds, hedge funds, pension funds and unrated, third-party capitalised reinsurance vehicles to participate in major reinsurance programs as the contracts they write are fully-collateralised.

The collateral is put up by investors or third-party capital providers to cover in full the potential claims that could arise from the reinsurance contract.

Normally the collateral posted is equal to the full reinsurance contract limit, minus the net premiums charged for the protection.


Florida Retirement System pension ILS assets dip 5% to $912m

22nd May 2023

The Florida Retirement System Pension Plan counted over $912 million of insurance-linked securities (ILS) and related assets under management as of the end of 2022, with the institutional investor continuing to expand the diversification within its insurance and reinsurance investments, thanks to longevity-linked life asset growth.

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