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  • Excess capacity is driving down insurance rates: Marsh

    Global, average insurance rates during the final quarter of last year continued to decline, driven largely by the presence of an abundance of traditional and alternative re/insurance capacity, according to Marsh. Despite a notable slowdown in recent times the entry of alternative reinsurance capital into the global insurance and reinsurance market continued in the fourth-quarter […]Excess capacity...

  • ILS diversification up in 2016, U.S. wind share reduced: Munich Re

    Insurance-linked securities (ILS) and catastrophe bond issuance diversification was evident throughout 2016, a year that saw the percentage of U.S. wind issuance reduce substantially from the previous year, according to Munich Re. According to reinsurance giant Munich Re’s data ILS issuance in 2016 totalled $6.7 billion, and was driven in part by increased investor and […]ILS diversification up in...

  • Gator Re loss a $29.5m reinsurance recovery for American Strategic

    The recovery and payout made under the triggered Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond has been pegged at $29.5 million by the parent company of sponsoring insurer American Strategic Insurance Corp., an increase on its earlier expectations. American Strategic, which is a subsidiary of Progressive, has benefited from a reinsurance recovery under the Gator Re catastrophe […]Gator Re loss a $29.5m reinsuran...

  • Lancashire gets consistent Kinesis contribution, bulks up on reinsurance

    Specialist London and Bermuda insurance and reinsurance underwriters Lancashire Holdings have benefited again from the contribution that third-party reinsurance capital management unit Kinesis Capital Management provided in 2016. Lancashire saw a consistent contribution to its full-year 2016 return on equity (RoE) from Kinesis Capital Management, which added the same amount as last year. In fact [...

  • Spinnaker sources more coastal risk with Orchid deal

    Specialist excess & surplus (E&S) insurer, Orchid Underwriters, LLC is to roll out new admitted coastal residential homeowners’ solutions via a new partnership with program and fronting specialist, Spinnaker Insurance Company. A managing general agent (MGA), Orchid specialises in underwriting E&S insurance focusing on coastal properties, and recently announced the launch of a new set […]Spinnaker ...

  • ILS can and will do so much more, say ILS NYC 2017 speakers

    The influence of the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market and capital market reinsurance capacity on risk transfer market development is set to increase, according to speakers and attendees at Artemis’ first conference in New York recently. When we decided to hold an insurance-linked securities (ILS) market event in New York City, with a focus on specific […]ILS can and will do so much more, s...

  • Fairly active secondary market in Jan 2017, demand overhang remains

    The secondary market for trading in insurance-linked securities (ILS) and catastrophe bonds got off to a relatively active start in January 2017, but appetite remains strong and the demand overhang persists, according to market participants. Secondary cat bond market liquidity has been picking up in recent years, as the number of investors in the space […]Fairly active secondary market in Jan 2017...

  • World Bank & Africa Re to cap weather index-insurance loss ratios

    The World Bank’s Global Index Insurance Facility (GIIF) and African Reinsurance Corporation (Africa Re) have teamed up to provide a facility that will help to cap insurers loss ratios on weather index-insurance schemes in Africa. Index-insurance, or index based insurance, typically involves protecting policyholders from weather and climate impacts, using indices based on observed and […]World Bank...

  • Credit Suisse ILS team’s Arcus 1856 adds syndicate manager

    Arcus 1856, the Lloyd’s of London syndicate backed with capital from funds under management by the Credit Suisse insurance and reinsurance linked investment strategies team, has appointed Gary Delaney as syndicate manager. Delaney, who has worked alongside the Lloyd’s of London Performance Management Directorate (PMD) since 2008, joins Arcus Syndicate 1856 immediately and will support […]Credit Su...

  • Jay Nichols to depart AXIS, Ekberg to head reinsurance on interim basis

    Jay Nichols has resigned from his position as CEO of AXIS Re, the reinsurance division of AXIS Capital Holdings Limited, a role that has seen him develop third-party capital strategies at the firm as it adapted to the changing market. Nichols will remain with AXIS in a transitional role until the 31st March, and Jan […]Jay Nichols to depart AXIS, Ekberg to head reinsurance on interim basis was pub...

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  • Swiss Re plans parametric quake cover using USGS ShakeMap data

    Global reinsurance giant Swiss Re is planning to launch a new parametric earthquake re/insurance product soon. The new product, dubbed Swiss Re QUAKE, will utilise USGS ShakeMap data to structure triggers that payout rapidly. Parametric insurance and reinsurance protection is becoming increasingly available, with efforts to sell the product seemingly ramping up and new products […]Swiss Re plans p...

  • Canterbury NZ quake loss costs continue to “develop”

    We’ve written before about the lengthening tail on the Canterbury New Zealand earthquake loss from 2010/11, as the event demonstrates that quakes are not always a short-tail catastrophe loss. Latest commentary from local insurers suggests this tail continues to lengthen. The total insurance claims loss neared $19 billion at the end of September 2016, as […]Canterbury NZ quake loss costs continue t...

  • Slower third-party capital growth in reinsurance is healthy: A.M. Best

    The slowdown in growth of third-party or ILS capital in reinsurance is “a healthy response” to the continued pressure faced in the global reinsurance market, according to rating agency A.M. Best. The global reinsurance market continues to face its challenges, with both market and macro-economic forces at work and expected to “mold the landscape” over […]Slower third-party capital growth in reinsur...

  • Billion-dollar insured losses from severe U.S. weather in January: Aon

    Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe risk modelling unit of reinsurance broker Aon Benfield, has said that severe weather and flooding in the U.S. in January is expected to result in an insurance and reinsurance industry loss in the billions of dollars. Impact Forecasting’s latest Global Catastrophe Recap Report (which you can download here) highlights a number […]Billion-dollar insured losses from...

  • Exchange traded weather derivatives still struggling to gain traction

    Exchange traded weather derivatives are still struggling to make headway across Europe, as demand for bourses’ contracts remains limited, suggesting a need for further sector education and innovation. Speaking at a conference as part of Germany’s E-World trade fair, weather risk transfer experts discussed the persistent challenges and struggles facing a successful European energy market […]Exchang...

  • AlphaCat’s contribution to Validus grows again in 2016

    AlphaCat Managers Ltd., the insurance-linked securities (ILS) and third-party capital management arm of Validus Holdings, increased its income contribution to its parent in 2016, despite greater catastrophe losses towards the end of the year. The Bermuda domiciled reinsurer noted a challenging operating landscape in 2016 as competition remained and an abundance of capacity and benign […]AlphaCat’s...

  • Stop waiting for a cyber cat bond: Johansmeyer & Welsh

    It’s time to stop waiting for a cyber catastrophe bond to magically appear in the ILS market and work to make this happen, according to Tom Johansmeyer, Assistant Vice President, PCS Strategy & Development at ISO and Rick Welsh, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sciemus. The pair believe that cyber risk modelling techniques and our understanding […]Stop waiting for a cyber cat bond: Johansmeyer & W...

  • New Head of Broking Strategies to help Aon match capital to client needs

    Aon Benfield, reinsurance broking and capital advisory arm of Aon plc, has appointed Jeremy Goodman as Global Head of Broking Strategies, a role that will see him working to ensure that Aon client needs are matched with the right form of capital. The importance of being a capital advisor, as well as broker, for the […]New Head of Broking Strategies to help Aon match capital to client needs was pub...

  • Blue Capital sees more stable reinsurance pricing at recent renewal

    The Blue Capital Global Reinsurance Fund has revealed more stable reinsurance pricing despite continued market pressures in their January renewals as the company reported on its underwritten portfolio for 2017. The London and Bermuda stock exchange listed reinsurance and insurance linked securities (ILS) investment fund, which is managed by Blue Capital Management the third-party capital […]Blue C...

  • Mt. Logan Re swells 9% in 2016, cat losses reduce Everest’s profit share

    Mt. Logan Re, the third-party capital backed collateralised reinsurance sidecar vehicle operated by Bermudian re/insurer Everest Re, has grown by approximately 9% during 2016, emerging for the 1st January 2017 renewals with $867 million of assets under management. The size of reinsurance vehicle Mt. Logan Re fluctuates both from year to year, and also throughout […]Mt. Logan Re swells 9% in 2016, ...

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  • Hannover Re increases sidecar use at 1/1, secures additional retro cover

    At the key January 1st 2017 reinsurance renewals Hannover Re increased its use of third-party retrocession capacity via its K-Cessions sidecar vehicle, purchased additional catastrophe retrocession protection, and also reported growth in its structured reinsurance business as demand spiked. The reinsurance giant announced today that it has increased its 2017 profit guidance to more than […]Hannove...

  • Galilei cat bonds help XL reduce PML’s and required capital

    Issuing its latest catastrophe bonds has significantly bulked up XL Group’s protection against peak U.S. hurricane events, with the companies probable maximum loss for U.S. wind dropping by 20% to 30%. At the same time the addition of the $1.275 billion of new catastrophe bond retrocessional reinsurance protection, in two chunks transacted at the end […]Galilei cat bonds help XL reduce PML’s and r...

  • Strategic capital activities at AXIS, including Harrington Re, pay off

    AXIS Capital has reported an increase in fee income earned through its strategic capital partners activity, which includes its alternative reinsurance capital strategy and the total-return reinsurer Harrington Re. AXIS Capital partnered with investment group Blackstone to launch Harrington Re this year with $600 million of capital raised, as it sought entry into the alternative […]Strategic capita...

  • Hawaii seeks parametric disaster insurance program for hurricane risk

    Proposed legislation in the U.S. state of Hawaii aims to establish a parametric disaster insurance pilot program to transfer its growing hurricane risk to the private insurance and reinsurance markets, which could include capital markets-backed capacity. The bill explains that Hawaii is extremely exposed to natural disaster events such as hurricanes, of which its investment […]Hawaii seeks paramet...

  • Blue Capital Re beats, underwrites higher rate-on-line portfolio for 2017

    New York  stock exchange listed fully-collateralised reinsurance company Blue Capital Reinsurance Holdings Ltd. has beaten analysts estimates in the fourth-quarter and reported today that its business underwritten for 2017 should produce a higher net rate-on-line for the portfolio. Blue Capital Re, which is an Endurance subsidiary operated by the reinsurers third-party capital management unit Blue...

  • Aon’s White Rock vehicle readies private ILS program in Bermuda

    Aon Insurance Managers appears to be readying a new private catastrophe bond and private ILS vehicle in Bermuda, with the listing of an ILS program through its White Rock segregated account transformer vehicle. Of course Aon already facilitates private ILS and collateralised reinsurance through its White Rock transformer or segregated accounts vehicles in Bermuda and […]Aon’s White Rock vehicle re...

  • Ontario Teachers’ appoints new MD for insurance-linked securities

    The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP), the largest private pension fund in Canada with around $171.4 billion of assets under management, has announced a promotion to Managing Director for the person responsible for OTPP’s insurance and reinsurance linked investment team. Ontario Teachers’ has been investing in insurance linked securities (ILS) for a number of years, […]Ontario Teachers’ appoin...

  • Written managed catastrophe premiums decline further for RenRe

    Bermudian reinsurer RenaissanceRe (RenRe) has reported a reduction in managed catastrophe premiums during the fourth-quarter and full-year, 2016, and also revealed that it took in more capital for its Upsilon funds in the period. According to its recent financial results release, RenRe’s managed catastrophe premiums fell by roughly 47% in the fourth-quarter and by more […]Written managed catastrop...

  • Kaikoura NZ quake commercial insurance claims reach $900m

    Insurance industry losses from the 14th November magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Kaikoura, new Zealand are starting to be counted, with the Insurance Council of New Zealand revealing that over NZ$900 million of commercial claims have already been filed. The number only accounts for businesses that have filed claims with local domestic insurance companies, so does […]Kaikoura NZ quake commercial insura...

  • Expect to see more innovative ILS structures in 2017: BNY Mellon

    Investment management and investments services banking group BNY Mellon recently explored the prospects for global reinsurers in 2017, and the impact market dynamics could have on the insurance-linked securities (ILS) space in the coming months. In an interview with Artemis, Harold Fudali, head of US corporate and insurance sales and relationship management at BNY Mellon […]Expect to see more inno...

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  • Innovation, expansion, diversification key to ILS growth: Industry leaders

    In order for the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market to continue to grow at the pace it’s been accustomed to, it will need to expand and diversify into new peril regions via innovation, according to industry leaders. The ILS market’s focus on property catastrophe business is likely to continue expanding the sector, but at a pace […]Innovation, expansion, diversification key to ILS growth: Ind...

  • Too early to say hedge fund reinsurance model is a failure: A.M. Best

    Adverse economic conditions and reinsurance market turmoil has challenged industry participants throughout 2015 and into 2016, with hedge fund reinsurers being no exception, but it’s still too early to call this approach a failure, according to A.M. Best. The global reinsurance industry continues to evolve, leading market participants both old and new to adopt varied […]Too early to say hedge fund...

  • Phoenix takes Abbey Life from Deutsche Bank for £935m

    Phoenix Life Holdings Limited, a subsidiary of life insurance and reinsurance consolidator Phoenix Group Holdings Limited, has agreed to acquire the Abbey Life business from Deutsche Bank, a deal that will provide the troubled bank with £935m ($1.215 billion) in cash. Abbey Life is company that regularly features in the longevity risk transfer, longevity swap […]Phoenix takes Abbey Life from Deuts...

  • ILS investment fund returns hit 0.86% in August 2016

    Insurance-linked securities (ILS), pure catastrophe bond and reinsurance linked investment funds reported their highest single monthly return of the year in August 2016, with the sector recording an impressive and above average 0.86% for the month. Premium allocation due to being in the peak of the U.S. hurricane season and ongoing strong demand for catastrophe […]ILS investment fund returns hit 0...

  • CEA policy uptake rises, more risk transfer will be required: Pomeroy

    The California Earthquake Association (CEA), the non-profit provider of over 76% of residential earthquake insurance policies in California, has reported a significant increase in policy uptake in 2016, which the CEO told Artemis will mean more risk transfer will likely be required. California, as one of the most earthquake prone regions of an advanced economy, […]CEA policy uptake rises, more ris...

  • Alternative capital “an innovative force within insurance” – Aon

    While alternative capital has tested the marketplace, fundamentally changing the risk transfer business and been said to have disrupted the risk-to-capital value-chain in recent times, Aon says it’s important to remember that it’s provided an innovative force within insurance. According to Aon Securities, a subsidiary of Aon, alternative reinsurance capital now stands at an estimated […]Alternativ...

  • No sign increasingly disciplined pool of alt capital will shrink: Peel Hunt

    Despite a slowdown in the growth of alternative reinsurance capital in more recent times there’s no sign of the pool shrinking, and with a wealth of capacity waiting to enter post-event it’s unlikely a large event will turn the market, according to a recent note from Peel Hunt. It’s clear that the growth alternative reinsurance […]No sign increasingly disciplined pool of alt capital will shrink: P...

  • E&S market to come under pressure, as reinsurers hunt returns: Fitch

    The U.S. excess and surplus (E&S) lines insurance market may come under increasing pressure as reinsurance firms and others with the ability to underwrite E&S risks target the sector to offset lower pricing in other areas of reinsurance, according to Fitch Ratings. Large, specialist reinsurance underwriting firms have been increasingly stepping out of their traditional […]E&S market to come under ...

  • Sompo Japan trials blockchain for catastrophe & weather derivatives

    Japanese and global property & casualty insurance group Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Holdings Inc., is the latest to embrace use of blockchain technology for risk transfer as it trials the technology for catastrophe and weather linked derivative transactions. Blockchain, the distributed ledger technology which was originally developed for cryptocurrency bitcoin but has now been seen to […]Sompo Japan tri...

  • Why ILS managers are staying firm on rates: Michael Stahel, LGT

    Michael Stahel, Partner and Portfolio Manager at LGT ILS Partners describes how tearing down the wall between the reinsurance and capital markets has fundamentally altered the reinsurance cycle. Speaking to Artemis following the 2016 Rendez-Vous de Septembre in Monte Carlo, he also explained why Solvency II would encourage cedants to buy more collateralised protection. How […]Why ILS managers are ...

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  • Insurance more interconnected with capital markets than before: UK PRA

    To a greater extent than historically, insurance and reinsurance is more “interconnected with wider capital markets” than before, which alongside the inflow of institutional investor capital has helped to drive expected returns down, according to the UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA). In a speech this morning to the audience of the General Insurance Research Organisation […]Insurance more...

  • Evolving investor needs could hike ILS investment in Asia: Execs

    With insurance penetration across Asia poised for growth, the evolution of the sector and Asian investors’ increasing search for yield, uncorrelated returns, and a transition to investing in a portfolio context, will increase ILS investment, according to industry executives. For a number of reasons that includes a lack of awareness and education, limited catastrophe modelling […]Evolving investor ...

  • Moody’s updates catastrophe bond rating methodology

    Rating agency Moody’s Investors Service has published an updated version of its rating methodology for catastrophe bonds, clarifying the firms approach to monitoring in-force cat bonds and mortality bonds, while making editorial changes to the methodologies text for clarity. Currently, Moody’s does not rate any outstanding catastrophe bonds, but the rating agency would like to […]Moody’s updates c...

  • Alternative capital helps reinsurance serve broader set of goals: Swiss Re

    The utilisation of reinsurance protection is transitioning to serve a wider range of goals, and the integration of efficient, alternative reinsurance capital is helping the market achieve this, according to Swiss Re. The continued evolution of the insurance and reinsurance industry has resulted in a more mature and sophisticated approach to buying reinsurance protection, where […]Alternative capit...

  • Hunt for profitable business to drive reinsurance M&A: A.M. Best

    As reinsurance firms continue to shape their responses to the challenging and competitive market environment, searching for profitable business remains a key necessity and the desire for this relevance could drive more mergers & acquisitions, says A.M. Best. While reinsurers have been reporting decent profits in recent quarters, they are becoming increasingly hard to find […]Hunt for profitable bu...

  • Unwillingness to pay “one of the big myths” of the ILS market: Craig Wenzel, XL Catlin

    Craig Wenzel, Head of Alternative Capital at XL Catlin, does not understand why there is any concern amongst cedants that alternative reinsurance or ILS structures could fail to payout in the event of a major loss. In comparison to the frequent claims disputes in the traditional reinsurance market, the collateralised reinsurance and ILS market has […]Unwillingness to pay “one of the big myths” of ...

  • Catastrophe bonds & ILS not a reinsurance disruptor: Dennis Kessler

    The rise of catastrophe bonds and insurance-linked securities (ILS) issuance in the global reinsurance marketplace is not a market disruptor, but supportive and supplementary to the global reinsurance market, according to SCOR’s Dennis Kessler. With so many headwinds continuing to test the global reinsurance market, including excess capacity, the benign loss experience, low interest rates […]Catas...

  • PERILS in Australia enables new risk trading possibilities: Luzi Hitz, CEO

    PERILS AG, the provider of industry-wide catastrophe exposure, industry loss data and indices, recently announced its expansion into Australia, a move that Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Luzi Hitz, says will open up new trading possibilities and that has received strong market support. Speaking to Artemis around the 2016 Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendezvous, Luzi Hitz of […]PERILS in Australia enabl...

  • Despite falling returns equity investors unlikely to exit reinsurance: S&P

    The majority of reinsurance equity investors are likely to remain in the sector despite persistent rate declines as returns continue to be more favourable than other industry sectors, according to Standard & Poor’s (S&P). Rates have declined in the global reinsurance industry for some time, and despite a moderation of reductions in some business lines […]Despite falling returns equity investors un...

  • Hurricane Hermine insured losses expected below $400m: RMS

    According to risk modelling firm RMS the insurance and reinsurance industry is not expected to face any more than $400m in industry losses as a result of hurricane Hermine’s recent landfall in Florida and the subsequent wind and coastal flooding caused by the storm. Hurricane Hermine struck Florida at the start of September, breaking the […]Hurricane Hermine insured losses expected below $400m: RM...

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  • ILS growth to continue at a steady pace: Munich Re’s Blunck

    At the annual meeting of the reinsurance industry in Monte Carlo, Thomas Blunck, a member of the Munich Re board of management, said that he expects the insurance-linked securities (ILS) space to continue on its current development path. Addressing an audience at the 2016 meeting of the reinsurance industry in Monte Carlo, Blunck shared his […]ILS growth to continue at a steady pace: Munich Re’s B...

  • Post-loss reinsurance rate rises will be difficult to sustain: Priebe, Guy Carpenter

    In the future the reinsurance market will find it increasingly difficult to sustain price increases after major losses, as the ILS sector has made contingency plans to inflow new capital rapidly post-event, according to Guy Carpenter Vice Chairman David Priebe. The reinsurance market has been softened due to excess levels of traditional capacity and the […]Post-loss reinsurance rate rises will be ...

  • Broker facilities “casino” underwriting: Victor Peignet, SCOR

    Victor Peignet, CEO of SCOR Global P&C, the property and casualty division of the global reinsurance firm, is not a fan of broker facilities because there is no “skin in the game”. “I don’t like those,” he said, speaking to Artemis at the 2016 Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendez-vous. “It’s a question of portfolio. What I […]Broker facilities “casino” underwriting: Victor Peignet, SCOR was published by...

  • Reinsurers only profitable due to low catastrophe experience: S&P

    Standard & Poor’s notes that were it not for the benign catastrophe loss experience of recent years and higher reserve releases reinsurers’ return on capital would have failed to exceed cost of capital levels in 2015 and so far in 2016, suggesting that a truly soft market is nearing. The profitability of global reinsurers has […]Reinsurers only profitable due to low catastrophe experience: S&P was...

  • The bottom is in sight: Kathleen Faries, Tokio Millennium Re

    If RoEs in the reinsurance industry continue to decline investors will “at some point question putting their capital into this space… but luckily we’re not quite there yet”, according to Kathleen Faries, Head of Bermuda at Tokyo Millennium Re, the global reinsurance operations of Tokyo Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Company. Nevertheless prices do need […]The bottom is in sight: Kathleen Faries, ...

  • “Mass migration” into specialty lines could amplify rate declines: KBW

    The trend of insurers, reinsurers, and ILS players increasing their interest in specialty business lines will likely “intensify” rate declines, and could leave those that lack discipline and underwriting knowledge in a compromising position, warns Keefe, Bruyette & Woods (KBW). In an effort to navigate the softening reinsurance landscape and avoid the most competitive business […]“Mass migration” ...

  • ILS provides Europe’s major reinsurers with underwriting flexibility: Fitch

    The four major European reinsurers continue to use the features and capacity of the insurance-linked securities (ILS) space to transfer peak risks. Utilising alternative capital provides the firms with additional underwriting flexibility and is supportive of strong risk management, according to Fitch Ratings. The four large European reinsurance companies, Munich Re, Swiss Re, SCOR, and […]ILS prov...

  • Super typhoon Meranti has medium-high insured loss potential: Aon Benfield

    Reinsurance broker Aon Benfield’s risk modelling unit Impact Forecasting says that super typhoon Meranti, which is tracking towards China with winds of an estimated , has medium to high insured loss potential. Super typhoon Meranti is a large and dangerous storm, with winds estimated around the 180mph mark and gusts estimated at well over 200mph. […]Super typhoon Meranti has medium-high insured lo...

  • Alternative capital & ILS has “uberized” insurance & reinsurance

    The innovatively generated, and expanding source of alternative reinsurance capital is a game changer that has uberized the insurance and reinsurance industry, according to industry leaders speaking at the 2016 Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendezvous. While the numbers from different sources may vary, one estimate puts the wealth of alternative reinsurance capital at roughly $75 billion […]Alternative ...

  • Capital markets make sense for certain risks & here to stay: Swiss Re CEO

    The securitisation of risks via third-party backed reinsurance capital “makes perfect sense” for natural catastrophe risks owing to the underinsurance of peak risks, and is an important risk transfer tool that is most likely here to stay, according to Christian Mumenthaler, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Swiss Re. Addressing an audience at the Swiss […]Capital markets make sense for certain ...

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