Why Mexico’s cat bond won’t pay out yet
The devastating earthquake that hit Mexico this week could well mean a pay-out from a World Bank catastrophe bond issued in early August that provided the country with insurance protection against such a disaster. But Mexico’s chosen structure for the bond means that any cash payment is unlikely to be made for at least 30 days, while more data is collected.
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