We have updated our Terms of Use.
Please read our new Privacy Statement before continuing.

Cat’s meow

8 August 2017 By Robert Cyran

Low rates and a hunger for uncorrelated returns are fueling demand for bonds insuring against catastrophes, like the World Bank’s new deal for Mexico. Yields on these instruments have fallen even as issuance has soared. Disaster, if it strikes, may only increase their popularity.

This content is for Subscribers only

 

Email a friend

Please complete the form below.

Required fields *

*
*
*

(Separate multiple email addresses with commas)