Insurers are contemplating a return to the securitization market to fund what they consider to be excessive reserve requirements for certain life policies. 

Doing so would free up capital to put to what they consider to be more productive use. But the modest, albeit safe, returns offered by such transactions, which are structured similarly to higher-yielding catastrophe bonds, could pose a challenge to attracting investors.

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