A new fund structure has been devised, which combines the fund and insurance elements of ILS structuring and investment. Dubbed the “fund of one”, it aims to simplify the ILS investment process by aggregating the disparate jurisdictional and regulatory requirements that currently hamper the ILS sector.
Mark Helyar, of counsel at Bedell Cristin, says the structure has been developed due to growing demand from investors for more transparency in what they’re buying, particularly in the insurance space.
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