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Gator Re extension notice filed for up to $35m loss

An extension notice has been filed for the stricken Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction that suggests a partial repayment event and retention of $35 million, which is higher than the figure anticipated after the November loss report was released, providing a buffer for further development.Last week Artemis broke the read the full article →

Gator Re investors face loss as claims exceed attachment point

Qualifying reported claims covered by the Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction have now passed the attachment point, Artemis has learned, with the latest loss report for the cat bond revealing an impact of over $195 million at the end of November.The attachment point for the Gator Re cat bond, read the full article →

Gator Re losses near trigger, now over 94% of attachment point

Once again the latest loss report for the Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction shows that qualifying losses have risen further, almost reaching the entire way through the cat bond's aggregate retention layer, now over 94% of the way to the trigger attachment point.With two months of the year and read the full article →

Gator Re cat bond secondary price rises despite rising loss estimate

Despite the fact that qualifying losses have further eroded the aggregate retention layer beneath the trigger point of the Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction, the latest secondary market trading price has risen this week.Artemis reported on Monday 5th September that estimated losses have now reached almost 85% of the read the full article →

Gator Re cat bond qualifying losses now 85% of way to trigger

The Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction is once again getting closer to attaching, as the latest loss report to the end of July shows that the aggregate retention layer beneath the cat bond’s trigger has been almost 85% eroded by severe thunderstorm losses.The aggregate reinsurance protection 'section b' layer read the full article →

Gator Re cat bond secondary pricing recovers some ground

The Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction, issued for ceding Florida primary insurance firm American Strategic Insurance in 2014, which has again seen its aggregate retention partially eroded due to qualifying losses from severe thunderstorms has recovered some of its lost ground in the secondary market.Investors said recently that qualifying read the full article →

Gator Re risk rising, as cat bond retention eroded again by storms

Once again, Florida primary insurance firm American Strategic Insurance’s Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction is becoming more risky, as the aggregate retention layer beneath the cat bond's trigger has been partially eroded due to qualifying losses from severe thunderstorms.Insurance-linked securities (ILS) investors will be feeling as if they've been read the full article →

Gator Re cat bond trades, but threat may grow with new thunderstorms

Florida primary insurer American Strategic Insurance’s Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond saw some trading activity earlier this month despite the threat of losses, but a recent thunderstorm and tornado system may produce additional qualifying losses.Investors at first reported that qualifying aggregate losses had reached an estimated level of $113m, around read the full article →

Gator Re situation worsens, offers to buy at-risk cat bond still emerge

The ongoing situation surrounding Florida primary insurer American Strategic Insurance’s Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond has deteriorated further, as mounting catastrophe losses have risen further towards the cat bond's attachment point.According to investors the latest update on qualifying losses suffered by American Strategic Insurance shows that a further rise is read the full article →

Gator Re cat bond secondary price drops on eroded retention layer

According to broker pricing sheets, the secondary pricing mark for Florida primary insurer American Strategic Insurance's Gator Re Ltd. catastrophe bond has declined, as the market absorbs the fact that as much as 75% of the retention beneath the trigger is eroded.When we covered the fact that the aggregate ‘section read the full article →