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Leveraging catastrophe bonds: as a mechanism for resilient infrastructure project finance

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This paper offers a new approach for systematically linking catastrophe bonds and conventional project finance to support large-scale resilience projects. It describes the RE.bound Program framework for catastrophe modeling, bond structuring, and bond sponsorship; summarize key insights and lessons for extending the approach to a range of resilience applications; and offer ideas for government and other public-interest entities seeking to build resilience and mitigate disaster risk.



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  • Leveraging catastrophe bonds: as a mechanism for resilient infrastructure project finance
  • Publication date 2015
  • Author(s) Vajjhala, Shalini; Rhodes, James
  • Number of pages 70 p.

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