Seller’s market for cat bonds

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It’s a seller’s market for catastrophe bonds. That was the blanket assertion made by hedge fund and catastrophe risk fund managers at the US Bond Market Association’s third annual conference on securities linked to natural peril and other insurance risks in New York last month. “Everyone has the same concern, which is lack of supply, lack of issuance,” says Greg Hagood of Willis Asset Management, based in Hamilton, Bermuda, which launched its first fund in 1998. “The limiting factor on our

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