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Stone Ridge ILS assets shrink 11% to $6.15bn

Insurance and reinsurance linked assets under management at alternative risk premia focused mutual fund manager Stone Ridge Asset Management shrank by roughly 11% in the last quarter of record, to $6.15 billion across its two dedicated ILS fund strategies.Stone Ridge's ILS assets under management (AuM) had reached as high as read the full article →

Stone Ridge says reinsurance risk premiums still pass “smell test”

According to alternative risk premia focused mutual fund manager Stone Ridge Asset Management, the returns possible from reinsurance risk premiums still pass its "smell test" as an asset class with long-term value for investors.Stone Ridge looks to provide its investors with access to the returns of businesses (their profits and read the full article →

Stone Ridge reinsurance interval fund redemptions oversubscribed

For the first time in the mutual insurance-linked securities (ILS) funds history, the Stone Ridge Reinsurance Risk Premium Interval Fund has seen applications for its latest quarterly share repurchase program become oversubscribed, Artemis has learned.With the reinsurance fund being an interval and mutual fund structure, registered under the U.S. Investment read the full article →

Stone Ridge ILS AuM almost static over last reported quarter

Assets under management in the dedicated insurance-linked security (ILS) and reinsurance linked investment mutual funds operated by Stone Ridge Asset Management stayed relatively static over the latest reported quarter at around $7 billion.As a result, Stone Ridge Asset Management remains in fourth position in Artemis’ directory of ILS and reinsurance read the full article →

Stone Ridge takes big bets on big re/insurers, Everest Re & AXIS the biggest

Stone Ridge Asset Management, the alternative risk premia focused mutual fund manager, is no stranger to taking big bets on the world's largest insurance and reinsurance firms, with its portfolio of ILS assets now amounting to $7 billion.But the biggest two of these bets currently seems to be on the read the full article →

Stone Ridge’s Lloyd’s corporate vehicle investment grows 250%

The value of alternative risk premia focused mutual fund manager Stone Ridge Asset Management's investment in a Lloyd’s of London corporate vehicle has increased significantly, as the appetite to access reinsurance linked returns through the key specialty re/insurance hub in London looks to be paying off.It's unsurprising that Stone Ridge read the full article →

Stone Ridge hits $7bn of ILS assets under management

Stone Ridge Asset Management’s mutual ILS funds experienced slower growth in terms of insurance-linked security (ILS) and reinsurance linked assets under management in the last quarter of record, but the manager has hit a new milestone as its ILS assets reached $7 billion.This puts Stone Ridge Asset Management in fourth read the full article →

Stone Ridge expands investment in Lloyd’s corporate vehicle

Alternative risk premia focused mutual fund manager Stone Ridge Asset Management has expanded its investment in a Lloyd's corporate vehicle in recent months, reflecting an increasing ambition from the manager to access reinsurance linked returns through the key specialty re/insurance hub in London.Stone Ridge Asset Management continues to display a read the full article →

Stone Ridge ILS assets return to growth, rising 10% to $6.72bn

Insurance-linked security (ILS) and reinsurance linked asset growth returned at investment manager Stone Ridge Asset Management’s mutual ILS funds in the last reported quarter, as its strategies put major losses from hurricanes and other catastrophes behind them and grew 10%, taking the firms ILS assets under management to $6.72 billion.Stone read the full article →

Stone Ridge reinsurance fund assets stable despite $1bn loss pay-out

In the last reported quarter to October 31st 2017 insurance-linked securities (ILS) and reinsurance linked asset growth at investment manager Stone Ridge Asset Management's mutual ILS funds fell to its slowest ever rate, as around $1 billion of catastrophe losses and mark-downs reduced the value of many ILS investment positions.Stone read the full article →