In a new report, RE:bound has further explored the potential benefits of resilience bonds, underlining the opportunity for the public sector to access private capital, to transfer disaster risks away from while supporting the development of resilient infrastructure projects.
The RE:bound program, a partnership between re:focus partners, risk modeller RMS, reinsurance firm Swiss Re and The Rockefeller Foundation, has released a new framework that leverages the catastrophe bond structure for the financing of resilient infrastructure projects.
As part of a new environmental policy at the investment bank, Goldman Sachs will focus on developing new models and use-cases for catastrophe bonds, aiming to help clients mitigate climate risk impacts as well as for financing resilience. Goldman Sachs has been a leading structuring and investment banking firm in the catastrophe bond space since [...]
A new initiative called RE.bound has been launched which will leverage catastrophe bond technology to design and structure new risk transfer solutions that provide a mechanism for resilient infrastructure project financing.