The capital markets' continued enthusiasm for non-correlated
reinsurance cat risk has expanded assets under management (AuM) at
the insurance-linked securities (ILS) sector's two largest fund
managers to almost $11bn.
The Bermudian-based firm Nephila Capital has now grown to at least $6.7bn in AuM, The Insurance Insider's sister publication Trading Risk reported last week.
Meanwhile, Credit Suisse ILS manager Niklaus Hilti told Trading Risk that the firm has focused its fundraising intake on the fourth quarter of this year and expects...
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