life risk transfer


Common language, standardisation can unlock non-cat ILS market

A consistent flow of information, which incorporates a common language throughout the transaction chain, is vital for meaningful insurance-linked securities (ILS) participation outside of the natural catastrophe space, according to industry experts. With both cedents and investors increasingly looking to expand the area of activity for the ILS asset class, day read the full article →

Creating a bridge to expand the remit of ILS: Panel at ILS NYC 2021

The focus of the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market on short-tail catastrophe risks has resulted in a funding gap for longer-tail exposures, but as investor comfort increases, there’s an opportunity for the market to expand its remit. The third day of our virtual Artemis ILS NYC 2021 conference began with the event’s read the full article →

Shrinking life reinsurance market to stimulate risk transfer

A new report published by ratings agency Standard & Poor's suggests that the traditional life reinsurance market has been shrinking since 2003 and now participants in this market are seeking new, non-traditional ways to stimulate growth. Another trend which is leading S&P to suggest that non-traditional risk transfer could see read the full article →