The top 10 ILS managers lifted their assets under management (AuM) by 8 percent in the first half of 2017, taking the group’s collective capital base to $56.5bn, according to Trading Risk records.
While some managers posted modest growth in line with income being reinvested, others expanded at a faster pace.
Credit Suisse Asset Management led the way, adding $1.1bn to reach $8.6bn, narrowing the gap to Nephila’s market-leading $10.5bn.
Overall, the group’s rate of growth has kept a fairly steady pace in the past year.
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