ILS market growth slows in Q1; investors seek greater loss creep data


Growth in the ILS market continued to slow in the first quarter of 2019 – which saw slightly more than $1.1bn raised through non-life catastrophe bond issues – the lowest first quarter for total issuance in the past five years and a lot slower than the Q1 $1.8bn average since ...

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