February 15 - 17, 2012, Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort, Cayman Islands
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Because we know that you want to attend the 11th Insurance Linked Securities Summit – Cayman Islands but you need help convincing your boss, we prepared a "Convince Your Boss Letter" for you. This letter highlights the benefits of attending and emphasizes that you can implement the knowledge gained at ILS Cayman into your operations when you return from the event.
Catastrophe Models: What We Have LearnedBrad Chance is CEO of Petra Haven Capital, and specializes in Catastrophe Risk. In this podcast, he joins us to talk about what we can learn by looking at this asset class historically, what impact climate change and other factors have had, and the state of the market at the present time.
Considerations On Portfolio ConstructionLife portfolio structures continue to evolve, and in this podcast David Mickelson, Portfolio Manager at Astute Asset Management, joins us to talk about effective strategies for building and managing a portfolio.
ILS From a Regulatory StandpointIn this podcast, Alabama Securities Commissioner Joseph Borg tips us off on some regulatory matters to watch for in insurance-linked securities in 2011. We also explore the issue of regulatory framework for cat bonds and other risk-mitigation products, and the impact of SEC and GAO reports regarding life settlements.
The Actuarial SyndromeArticle by Michael Fasano, FLMI, and Hasan Qureshi, FIA, ASA. MAA, both of Fasano Associates
Measuring Actual to Expected Accuracy for Life Settlement UnderwritingArticle by A. Hasan Qureshi, FIA, ASA, MAAA and Michael V. Fasano, FLMI
Inside CAT Bonds: Courting CatastropheIt has never been more important to ensure the consistent and holistic assessment of risk within a cat bond (or other insurance linked structure) and the ongoing monitoring of every deal. This article by David Watt, a Director in Audit
at KPMG, discusses a more holistic approach to cat bond deals that satisfies both investor needs and regulatory requirements.
Alternative Risk Transfer: The Convergence of the Insurance and Capital Markets – Part 1: A Broad OverviewThis is part 1 of a series of three articles written by Chris Kampa of the Insurance Studies Institute for market participants and other interested parties to advance their understanding of how the market has evolved, the state of the market today, and why insurance-linked securities are important to the financial system. This article discusses the maturation of insurance-linked securities as an asset class and the history surrounding their emergence.
Alternative Risk Transfer: The Convergence of the Insurance and Capital Markets – Part 2: Non-Life Utilization of ILSThis is part two of a series of three articles written by Chris Kampa of the Insurance Studies Institute on the Convergence of the Insurance and the Capital Markets. This article provides an overview of the non-life insurance-linked security sector.
Alternative Risk Transfer: The Convergence of the Insurance and Capital Markets – Part 3: Utilization of Life ILSThis is part three of a series of three articles written by Chris Kampa of the Insurance Studies Institute on the Convergence of the Insurance and the Capital Markets. This article discusses developments in the market for life insurance-linked securities.
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