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Industry Updates

Cayman Islands Stock Exchange Dominates Listings of Catastrophe Bond Transactions

16 Aug 2010

The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange has created a new page on its website dedicated to insurance-linked securities. Information regarding the catastrophe bond transactions listed with the CSX has been conveniently consolidated into one place and can be easily accessed via the CSX website at www.csx.com.ky. As well, the CSX has released its new guide "Guide to Listing Catastrophe Bonds on the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange", a copy of which can also be found on its website.

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