Insurance-linked securities (ILS) premiums rose 8.47 percent on
a risk-adjusted basis from the end of the first quarter to the end
of May, according to Willis Capital Markets & Advisory data.
The broker calculated that premiums on nat-cat ILS bonds reached a weighted average of 10.3 percent by the end of May.
However, the last US wind bond to close ahead of the hurricane season, Travelers' Longpoint Re III issuance, was the first of the year to see premiums narrow...
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