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The Fundamentals of Insurance-Linked Securities

Main organization(s): Belarusian State University (BSU)

Degree/Diploma/Certificate

Certificate

Description

Insurance-Linked Securities post-graduate program will equip students with the knowledge and develop the skills necessary to work within the ever-evolving world of Alternative Risk Transfer (ART).

Students will undertake a program that takes a theoretical and practical approach to Insurance-Linked Securities (ILS), looking at what they are, how they are used, and the role they play in narrowing the gap between economic and insured losses.

Moreover, they will learn how this uncorrelated asset class offers diversification and Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) benefits to institutional investors. A particular focus will be placed on how ILS are used to transfer risk related to disasters and climate-related weather events along the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Duration: 6 weeks

Price: £750

Geographical coverage

Global

Last updated

09 Jun 2021



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  • Type Online courses
  • Level Certificate/Diploma
  • Location(s) Belarus

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