Aon Benfield-Chef erwartet starkes Cat-Bond-Quartal

09.10.2014 – Schultz_Aon_BenfieldPaul Schultz, CEO von Aon Benfield Securities, erwartet ein ausgeprochen starkes viertes Cat-Bond-Q4: Er schätzt, dass zwischen 2,5 und drei Mrd. Dollar an neuen Katastrophenanleihen begeben werden.

Paul Schultz, chief executive officer of Aon Benfield Securities, told Best’s News Service the issuance amount in the third quarter ranks among the lowest third quarters in years. However, he cautioned against reading into that statistic too deeply and said he expects issuance levels in the fourth quarter to rebound “very strongly,” with a forecast of $2.5 billion to $3 billion of issuance in the quarter.

“It’s an interesting dynamic where we’re certainly seeing more activity generally in the market, but the third quarter of this year was very light, even on a historical basis,” Schultz said Best News Service.

There was one workers’ compensation bond and a small amount of private catastrophe bonds issued during the third quarter, but no property/catastrophe issuance, according to a report from Property Claim Service. The workers’ comp bond was Golden State Re II, a four-year, $250 million deal sponsored by California’s State Compensation Insurance Fund. (vwh)

Bildquelle: Aon Benfield Securities

Link: Capital Markets Experts Expect Cat Bond Rebound After Traditional 3Q Lull

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