GAM Star Cat Bond


Fermat managed catastrophe bond fund drives more inflows for GAM

During the third-quarter of 2021, global asset manager GAM Investments benefited from continued inflows to its flagship catastrophe bond fund strategy, which is managed by insurance-linked securities (ILS) specialist Fermat Capital Management. As our readers will be only too aware, catastrophe bond investment managers have been able to increase their assets read the full article →

Straight in at number 1, catastrophe bonds top the charts

Catastrophe bonds may not be for everyone. They're sophisticated assets and lower returns have reduced their attractiveness for some, of late. But the ability of the ILS asset class to deliver consistent, relatively stable returns with low-correlation over the longer-term, remains a key driver of interest. For investors in search of read the full article →

Catastrophe bond investment funds contribute to GAM asset growth

Independent asset management group GAM Holdings announced its first-half results today, reporting net new money inflows of approx $1.43 billion and 5% growth in assets over the period, with its catastrophe bond fund strategies contributing strongly. The half-yearly results statement discusses the inflows and growth of assets and highlights catastrophe bonds read the full article →

GAM to operate waiting list on subscriptions to catastrophe bond fund

Investment manager GAM have announced that they are going to be operating a waiting list on new subscriptions to their GAM Star Cat Bond fund due to capacity constraints in the sector. The UCITS-compliant fund which launched in Q4 last year has apparently been seeing strong investor demand and it read the full article →

GAM launches UCITS cat bond fund, brings ILS opportunities to retail investors

Investment manager GAM has announced the launch of a UCITS version of their catastrophe bond fund today. GAM Star Cat Bond is a UCITS-compliant fund which aims to deliver stable and attractive returns from a diversified basket of underlying catastrophe bonds and insurance-linked securities. They are seeking to provide attractive read the full article →