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Mt. Logan Re sees some investor churn, but asset growth continues

Executives of insurance and reinsurance firm Everest Re said that some churn was seen in the investor-base for its Mt. Logan Re fully collateralized reinsurance sidecar and segregated accounts vehicle, but asset growth continued year-on-year.As we reported yesterday, the Mt. Logan Re sidecar and segregated accounts vehicle entered 2019 with read the full article →

Mt. Logan Re expands remit with retroactive casualty reserve deal

It appears the remit of Mt. Logan Re Ltd., the collateralized reinsurance, sidecar-like investment vehicle of Everest Re, has expanded in recent months, with the structure entering into a retroactive casualty reserve reinsurance transaction with its parent, signalling a broadening of the Mt. Logan Re underwriting appetite.We can't be sure read the full article →

Whiting promoted at Mt. Logan Re as Pagnani set to depart

Global insurance and reinsurance firm Everest Re has announced some changes in the leadership of the firms collateralized reinsurance, sidecar-like investment vehicle, Mt. Logan Re Ltd., with David Whiting promoted to President as CEO Rick Pagnani is set to leave the firm.Rick Pagnani has been instrumental in the set-up and read the full article →

Mt. Logan Re premiums written up 50% in Q1

Mt. Logan Re Ltd., the collateralized reinsurance, sidecar-like investment vehicle of Everest Re which constitutes the reinsurers main third-party capital management strategy, underwrote 50% more premiums in the first-quarter of 2018 compared to the prior year.Mt. Logan Re began 2018 with $1.028 billion of assets under management in time for read the full article →

Everest Re’s losses from California wildfires creep up

Bermudian reinsurance firm and third-party capital manager Everest Re has reported an increase in its losses from the California wildfires of late 2017, which the company says it will book in the first-quarter.Industry loss estimates for the California wildfires have risen since the end of 2017, which has led to read the full article →