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London Stock Exchange can make listed ILS securities tradable

London Stock Exchange (LSE) is able to make any catastrophe bonds or other insurance-linked securities (ILS) that are listed on its International Securities Market (ISM) tradable if the issuer requires this feature.London Stock Exchange recently put in place the rules necessary to allow for listing of catastrophe bonds and other read the full article →

London Stock Exchange ready to list insurance-linked securities

The London Stock Exchange is now ready to list insurance-linked securities (ILS) on its International Securities Market after putting in place the rules necessary to allow for listing of catastrophe bonds and other ILS securities.With the UK now having its ILS regulatory framework in place and a number of transactions read the full article →

Cat bond and ILS listings on the BSX exceed $30bn for first time

The total number of catastrophe bonds and insurance-linked securities (ILS) listed on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) hit 302 at the end of 2018, representing a combined value of $30.92 billion, a new high for the Exchange.Artemis discussed previously that the BSX had continued to grow its amount of cat read the full article →

Solidum joins The International Stock Exchange (TISE) as member to list ILS

Solidum Partners AG has signed up one of its subsidiaries as a member of Guernsey headquartered The International Stock Exchange (TISE), providing the firm with the ability to arrange and sponsor listings of insurance-linked securities on the exchange.The TISE was previously known as the Channel Islands Securities Exchange but changed read the full article →

ILS listings on the BSX reach new high at $28 billion

The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) continues to grow its amount of catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities (ILS) listings, with a further 44 securities with a combined value of $4.802 billion added in the first four months of 2018.As at the end of 2017, Artemis wrote that the volume of catastrophe read the full article →

BSX ILS listings break records in 2017, reaching $26 billion

Continuing the trend of 2016 and the first-half of 2017, the total amount of catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities (ILS) listings on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) reached a new high of $25.99 billion at year-end 2017, growth of roughly 23% year-on-year.A record 103 new insurance-linked listings of catastrophe bonds, read the full article →

ILS listings on Bermuda BSX up by 16% in H1 2017 to $24.5 billion

The total number of insurance-linked listings of catastrophe bonds, insurance-linked securities (ILS), reinsurance sidecar notes and insurance linked investments on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) grew by another 16% during the first six months of 2017, to a new high of $24.5 billion.Up from the $21.22 billion of ILS listings’ read the full article →

ILS listings on Bermuda BSX reach record high of $21.2bn

The volume of insurance-linked listings of catastrophe bonds, insurance-linked securities (ILS), reinsurance sidecar notes and insurance linked investment funds on the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) reached a new high at the end of 2016, exceeding $20 billion for the first time.A record 61 new ILS listings listed on the BSX read the full article →

Cat bond & ILS listings on Bermuda BSX pass $19.2bn at end of 2015

The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) continues to grow the volume of insurance-linked listings of catastrophe bonds, insurance-linked securities (ILS) and insurance linked investment funds on the exchange, surpassing the $19 billion mark for the first time.This time last year Artemis wrote how the number of cat bond and ILS listings read the full article →

Bermuda Stock Exchange cat bond & ILS listings near $17.5 billion

Following an impressive 2014 the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) has passed yet another milestone, revealing that a significant $17.462 billion catastrophe bonds, ILS, sidecars and reinsurance investment funds are now listed on the Exchange.The growth of insurance-linked listings on the BSX has been impressive over the years, and the almost read the full article →