From massive flooding in Germany and Italy to earthquakes and wildfires in California, these natural disasters, among others, continue to ravage the globe. But as climate risk concerns grow, investors may be wondering how they can potentially diversify their portfolios. One way could be through the catastrophe bond market, better known as the CAT bond market, which hit record issuance in 2021. But how do these bonds work, and what is intriguing about them from an investment standpoint? On this episode of Disruptive Forces, Cedric Drui and Sophie Ware, Managing Director and Senior Vice President respectively on our Insurance-Linked Securities team, join Anu Rajakumar to share their perspectives on how these complex, fixed income instruments continue to provide uncorrelated, diversification opportunities as catastrophe risk continues to evolve in its many forms.