Praying for a catastrophe - Getting capital markets investors to take insurance risk, and bet on the damage caused by earthquakes, storms, air crashes and satellite failure, is a dream only partly realized. About 25 securitizations have been done. "Cat" option contracts languish on two exchanges.The market's growth is hindered by insurers' and investors' divergent valuations of the risk. It might ...
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 1999, p. 38-43
Anderson, Tim, (1983)
E-payments and cash management - Survival of the slickest - Efficient e-payments have little appeal for banks, since they're expensive to install and go against their own interests. But can they afford to be passive by-standers?
Shirreff, David, (2001)
German bank mergers: Dance of the cobra - Dramatic change in Germany's banking industry has long been predicted but very little has been achieved. Cobra's attempt to increase its stake in Commerzbank provoked the bank into frantic merger negotiations with Dresdner. But once again the deal failed. Where now for Germany's banks?
Shirreff, David, (2000)
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