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Credit Suisse says significant uncertainty in Sandy insured loss estimates

Credit Suisse has issued another update on the potential impact hurricane Sandy has had on one of their insurance-linked security and catastrophe bond funds, the CS IRIS Low Volatility Plus fund. Credit Suisse are not changing their estimate from last week (which we discussed in this article here) yet, but read the full article →

Credit Suisse expecting Sandy impact to funds (and DCG Iris), industry loss of up to $18B

Sandy impact reports are coming in from all angles now. The latest is from Credit Suisse who have said that if industry losses from hurricane Sandy meet their expectations, they expect an impact to one of their insurance-linked security and catastrophe bond funds. As well as affecting the CS IRIS read the full article →

DCG Iris ILS fund aims to reach £150m through series of share offerings

One of the insurance-linked security funds that launched during 2012 was Dexion Capital managed DCG Iris Ltd. The ILS fund, which launched back in June and had its shares listed on the London stock Exchange (LSE), acts as a feeder fund and invests all of its capital assets in Credit read the full article →

No impact to DCG Iris ILS fund from hurricane Isaac: Dexion Capital

It appears that Credit Suisse were being extremely cautious when they issued a notice regarding the potential impact of hurricane Isaac on their CS Iris Low Volatility Plus insurance-linked security fund and as a result on the Dexion Capital managed DCG Iris ILS fund, which acts as a feeder for read the full article →

Credit Suisse expects Isaac impact to ILS fund, says up to $6 billion industry loss

Investment manager Credit Suisse have said that they expect an impact to one of their insurance-linked security and catastrophe bond funds from the industry losses caused by hurricane Isaac. An event update on Isaac was published today by another investment firm, Dexion Capital, who manage the recently launched DCG Iris read the full article →

KPMG and Carey Olsen advised on the launch of DCG IRIS insurance-linked securities fund

When Dexion Capital (Guernsey) recently launched the DCG Iris insurance-linked securities and catastrophe bond fund and listed it on the London stock Exchange (LSE) they were assisted by KPMG in Guernsey and law firm Carey Olsen. The DCG Iris fund was launched as a closed-end investment company by Dexion Capital read the full article →

DCG Iris raises £40.1m in share issuance for insurance-linked securities fund

At the end of April we wrote about the upcoming launch of a new insurance-linked securities fund which was being launched by Dexion Capital as a closed-end investment company and would be listed on the London Stock Exchange. DCG Iris Limited has been actively fund-raising since the start of May read the full article →