Industry loss warranty news
News and articles about Industry loss warranty (ILW) contracts. Industry loss warranty contracts are typically a fully-collateralised reinsurance transaction, often known as simply an ILW.
Industry loss warranty contracts provide mainly retrocessional reinsurance protection, on an industry-loss trigger basis and can be structured as a derivative or swap, or a traditional reinsurance arrangement.
Industry loss warranties (ILW’s) are popular hedging tools for global reinsurance firms, enabling them to hedge their broad industry exposure to major catastrophe losses using a contract that pays out based on the industry-wide loss experience from an event.
As the retrocessional reinsurance marketplace remains capacity constricted, especially for lower down and catastrophe exposed attachments, the market has seen a resurgence in demand for weighted industry-loss warranty (ILW) products, according to Gallagher Re. Weighted industry-loss warranties (ILW's) will be very familiar to many in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, as read the full article →
Almost three years after setting its sights on expansion into Japan, PERILS AG, the Zurich headquartered provider of catastrophe loss data and indices, has now launched its first industry loss data service there, with a focus on wind and flood loss events. Back in September 2019, PERILS said it was targeting read the full article →
The industry-loss warranty (ILW) focused mutual insurance-linked securities (ILS) fund strategy offered by investment adviser City National Rochdale (CNR) delivered a 5.95% annual return to January 31st 2022, beating its main catastrophe bond benchmark. The positive net return of 5.95% for the year to January 31st 2022 was a little lower read the full article →
The market for retrocessional reinsurance has been one of the most capital constrained and loss impacted over the last few months, which has resulted in an adjustment to priorities for those writing retro covers, while buyers are having to adapt to the demands of capital. The retrocession renewals were some of read the full article →
The industry-loss warranty (ILW) focused mutual insurance-linked securities (ILS) fund strategy offered by investment adviser City National Rochdale (CNR) has continued to grow in the last quarter of record, adding a further 7% to reach over $191 million in assets. The City National Rochdale Select Strategies (CNRLX) fund is an interval read the full article →
After the publication of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report earlier this year in August, the Credit Suisse Insurance Linked Strategies team has analysed its findings on climate trends related to severe weather catastrophes and tried to quantify their impacts on the global insurance, reinsurance and insurance-linked read the full article →
For our latest Artemis Live video interview we wanted to understand how the industry loss from Hurricane Ida has been developing and explore the complexities in the reconstruction and recovery that could impact just how high the insurance and reinsurance market loss could rise. Who better to do that with, than read the full article →
IncubEx, the financial product and service development firm that counts its founder and Chairman as insurance and reinsurance entrepreneur, former Brit co-founder and now Conduit Re Chairman Neil Eckert, has acquired an insurtech as it targets environmental, sustainable and climate risk solutions. IncubEx develops financial products in global environmental, climate risk read the full article →
The industry-loss warranty (ILW) focused mutual fund strategy offered by investment adviser City National Rochdale (CNR) increased its net assets during the last quarter of record and the share price of the exchange traded fund (ETF) has been rising over recent weeks. The fund, which is largely invested in industry-loss warranties read the full article →
Lockton Re's non-Marine retrocession and property specialty reinsurance broking division has expanded in recent days with the joining of former CATCo CUO Simon Moore and Aon broker James Boon. The additions are timely with the approaching January 2022 renewals expected to see a retrocession market that has dented capacity available and read the full article →