Swiss Re is benefiting from a shift in insurance-linked securities (ILS) investor strategy, as ILS and alternative reinsurance capital becomes more complementary again, with these benefits set to keep growing, according to Philipp Rüede, Head of Swiss Re’s Alternative Capital Partners (ACP) unit.Read the full article
Swiss Re Insurance-Linked Investment Advisors Corporation news
Swiss Re Insurance-Linked Investment Advisors Corporation (SRILIAC) has been launched with an investment strategy focused on insurance-linked securities.
The focus will primarily be on managing catastrophe bond investments.
The new investment adviser will allow institutional investors to access Swiss Re’s already existing capabilities in catastrophe bond investing, natural catastrophe modelling and underwriting.
The Alternative Capital Partners (ACP) division of global reinsurance giant Swiss Re has seen continued success in fundraising in recent months, with third-party capital under management rising to $3.3 billion over the course of the third-quarter.Read the full article
Speaking today in Monte Carlo, senior executives from Swiss Re’s reinsurance business unit explained that the firm’s Alternative Capital Partners (ACP) unit is an area where “consistency and continuity” are key, while the firm sees “zero conflicts” between its ACP investors and its equity holders.Read the full article
Philipp Rüede, Head of Swiss Re’s Alternative Capital Partners (ACP) unit told us in an interview that the outlook for use of alternative capital and for insurance-linked securities (ILS) as an asset class has “significantly improved”, with expected returns now doubled or tripled in some ILS strategies.Read the full article
Higher assets under management and improved returns in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) funds and sidecar structures managed by Swiss Re’s Alternative Capital Partners (ACP) division have driven a significant increase in fee income and commissions earned by the reinsurer in the first-half of 2023.Read the full article
In order for capital to flow more meaningfully back into insurance-linked securities (ILS), John Dacey, the CFO of global reinsurance firm Swiss Re, said that the industry needs to better address investor concerns over climate change impacts to nat cat risk.Read the full article
Global reinsurance company Swiss Re grew its collateralized reinsurance sidecar and insurance-linked securities (ILS) fund assets under management by 29% in 2022, lifting the third-party investor total to $2.9 billion.Read the full article
Bringing together the capital markets and natural catastrophe risk in reinsurance, makes “deep economic sense”, according to the CEO of Swiss Re, as leveraging ILS capital is a win-win-win for his company, Christian Mumenthaler explained in our recent interview.Read the full article
Global reinsurance firm Swiss Re has continued to expand its activities in insurance-linked securities (ILS) over the last year and Philipp Rüede, Head of Swiss Re’s Alternative Capital Partners (ACP) unit, explained to us that with now multiple access points available to investors, the company hopes to grow all its ILS strategies.Read the full article
Christian Mumenthaler, the CEO of Swiss Re believes that the reinsurance market will continue to harden significantly, as so far the price gains made by the industry have been largely eaten up by issues elsewhere that affect the reinsurance balance-sheet.Read the full article