Posts Tagged ‘GC Securities’



November 28th, 2017

The Transfer of Pandemic Risk from the Public Sector

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on pandemic risk and the role of the capital markets to transfer risk from the public sector.

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October 24th, 2017

Run-off specialists are gearing up for increased flows – GC@BB Commentary

Posted at 6:15 AM ET

andrew-beecroft-sm2Andrew Beecroft, Managing Director, GC Securities Contact

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  • Challenging markets and active capital management are encouraging carriers to proactively consider reserve solutions
  • A competitive market for acquisition of run-off assets has broadened
  • New entrants are forming in anticipation of increased flows of legacy business

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October 24th, 2017

ILS framework can propel London to be the global hub, if it has a supportive regulator - GC@BB Commentary

Posted at 3:15 AM ET

des-potter-smDes Potter, Head of GC Securities, EMEA

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  • London can establish itself as the global hub for innovative reinsurance risk transfer
  • U.K. regulators must be more responsive to enable the U.K. market to be more competitive
  • Developing an insurance-linked securities (ILS) market will help London maintain its global standing

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September 11th, 2017

Run-off Specialists Are Gearing Up For Increased Flows – GC@MC Commentary

Posted at 3:30 AM ET

andrew-beecroft-sm1Andrew Beecroft, Managing Director, GC Securities

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  • Challenging markets and active capital management are encouraging carriers to proactively consider reserve solutions
  • A competitive market for acquisition of run-off assets has broadened
  • New entrants are forming in anticipation of increased flows of legacy business

Continue reading…

September 11th, 2017

ILS Framework Can Propel London to be The Global Hub, If It Has a Supportive Regulator – GC@MC Commentary

Posted at 12:30 AM ET

des-potter-smDes Potter, Head of GC Securities, EMEA

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  • London can establish itself as the global hub for innovative reinsurance risk transfer
  • U.K. regulators must be more responsive to enable the U.K. market to be more competitive
  • Developing an insurance-linked securities (ILS) market will help London maintain its global standing

Continue reading…

September 8th, 2017

GC Securities and Marsh Captive Solutions Introduce Cerulean Re

Posted at 12:38 PM ET

GC Securities, a division of MMC Securities LLC, a U.S. registered broker-dealer and member FINRA/NFA/SIPC, today announced the establishment of Cerulean Re SAC Ltd. (Cerulean), a private syndicated collateralized reinsurance platform and Bermuda registered segregated account company (SAC) and licensed special purpose insurer.

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August 30th, 2017

The Transfer of Pandemic Risk from the Public Sector

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on pandemic risk and the role of the capital markets to transfer risk from the public sector.

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August 4th, 2017

GC Securities Completes First Listed P&C Cat Bond Issued by World Bank International Bank for Reconstruction & Development’s Capital-at-Risk Program

Posted at 5:30 AM ET

GC Securities, a division of MMC Securities LLC, a U.S. registered broker-dealer and member FINRA/NFA/SIPC, today announced the placement of a catastrophe bond benefitting the government of Mexico’s Fund for Natural Disasters (FONDEN). The $360,000,000, three-class catastrophe bond is issued by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (”World Bank” or “IBRD”), and represents the first listed property and catastrophe bond issued under its Capital-at-Risk notes program.

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July 26th, 2017

Public Sector Risk Financing Perspectives – Pandemic Risk: Part II

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

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Cory Anger, Global Head of ILS Structuring, GC Securities*

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As investors become comfortable with pandemic risk, alternative capital is beginning to pivot its capacity to providing more action oriented pandemic protection during the beginning or ongoing phases of a pandemic (1) rather than focusing solely on replenishing capital post-event. Alternative capital also has the ability to provide multi-year protection when interim response structures are important for governmental organizations such as development banks, health organizations and sovereigns, to rapidly manage the needed monetary support. The goal is to contain and mitigate epidemics at their origin and prevent their potential global migration. The migration may impact key industries (tourism, hotels and transportation) and government budgets.

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July 25th, 2017

Public Sector Risk Financing Perspectives – Pandemic Risk: Part I

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

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Cory Anger, Global Head of ILS Structuring, GC Securities*

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Public entities’ use of capital markets-based risk transfer capacity for the assumption of natural disaster losses, such as the cost of emergency relief and infrastructure and property damage has demonstrated success in de-risking public sector balance sheets. Capital markets innovators are beginning to leverage the outcomes achieved in the natural disaster sphere to other types of public sector severity losses, notably pandemic diseases. The capital markets may help fund resources to rapidly contain the spread of a pandemic, share the burden of associated medical expenses and/or manage the financial impact of the higher mortality rates.

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