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Bermuda Bourse Wants More Cat-Bond Listings

The collapsed causeway which connects Hamilton, Bermuda with the international airport after Hurricane Fabian in 2003 (AP Photo/David Skinner, The Royal Gazette)
The collapsed causeway which connects Hamilton, Bermuda with the international airport after Hurricane Fabian in 2003 (AP Photo/David Skinner, The Royal Gazette)

LONDON, April 23 (Reuters) - The Bermuda Stock Exchange aims to attract more listings of catastrophe bonds and other insurance-linked securities, taking market share away from its biggest rival, the Cayman Islands bourse, its Chief Executive said on Monday.

"I do know that our exchange is a bit deeper in terms of the services it provides," Greg Wojciechowski told Reuters.

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