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Major loss Ian a crisis for ILS confidence

Amid a wide range of industry loss estimates, it is clear that ILS trapped capital will be a major issue for 2023 with back-of-the-envelope calculations suggesting at least double-digit billions held.


Reinsurance underwriters and brokers anticipate a Japanese renewal largely unaffected by Covid-19 as negotiations continue to focus on payback for 2018 and 2019 typhoon losses.
A challenged property cat market is expected to open up more opportunities for ILS growth – but the key question surrounds whether and how fast the market can attract more capital to take advantage of this dynamic.
Some might see the ILS sector as more institutionalised compared to personality-driven hedge funds, but there is little doubt that the original generation of ILS leaders will be hard to replace.
The industry is sharpening its exposure forecasting capabilities in response to investor demand.
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