Insurance capital is finding unexpected favour even as most other European debt markets are stopped in their tracks. With insurers rushing to take in fresh subordinated debt ahead of new EU regulations next month, and investors increasingly receptive to higher yielding instruments from a less volatile sector than banks, more than €2.3bn ($2.85bn) of deals emerged this week. And as Nathan Collins and Graham Bippart report, more could emerge in the coming days.
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