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Napa quake insured loss estimated at $1.5B by Credit Suisse ILS team

Insurance linked securities (ILS) investment manager Credit Suisse Asset Management has estimated that the insured loss from Sunday's Napa, California earthquake will come in around the $1.5 billion mark.At this level of insurance industry loss, the ILS manager said that it does not expect any impact to its CS Iris read the full article →

No Chile earthquake impact expected to CS Iris Low Volatility fund

Insurance linked investment manager Credit Suisse Asset Management has reported that despite having some small Chile earthquake exposures in its CS Iris Low Volatility Plus fund it does not expect any impact from the recent earthquake in Chile.The CS Iris Low Volatility Plus fund is the master fund to the read the full article →

Credit Suisse moves Sandy side-pockets back to main portfolio

Insurance-linked securities and reinsurance-linked investments manager Credit Suisse has now fully resolved the potential exposure its CS Iris Low Volatility Plus Fund Limited had to last years hurricane, or superstorm, Sandy event and has moved side-pocketed investments back into the main fund portfolio.When a catastrophe event strikes and the estimates read the full article →

Credit Suisse to move Iris ILS fund out of cat bonds in hunt for return

In the latest monthly managers update for the DCG Iris insurance-linked securities fund, the London Stock Exchange listed closed end ILS investment fund operated by Dexion Capital, it is revealed that Credit Suisse intends to move one of its funds out of catastrophe bonds in an attempt to find a read the full article →

Credit Suisse implements side-pockets for Sandy exposed investments in CS Iris

In a report sent to investors in its CS IRIS Low Volatility Plus Fund, investment manager Credit Suisse has announced that they intend to implement side-pockets for any investments potentially exposed to losses from hurricane Sandy. A side-pocket will allow Credit Suisse to effectively segregate the investments that are at read the full article →