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Hurricane Bud strengthens but still minimal threat to MultiCat Mexico catastrophe bond

Hurricane Bud, the first Pacific hurricane of the season to threaten landfall on the Mexican coast has strengthened considerably into a Category 3 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 115mph and a minimum central pressure of 960mb. The forecast path for hurricane Bud has changed since we wrote about the read the full article →

Pacific Hurricane Bud unlikely to threaten Multicat Mexico 2009 catastrophe bond

The first Pacific hurricane of the year to head towards the Mexican coastline will have caught the eye of investors in the MultiCat Mexico 2009 Ltd. catastrophe bond. Hurricane Bud is heading towards the Mexican coastline, aiming very close to one of the MultiCat cat bond trigger zones. Currently hurricane read the full article →

Update on Mexican earthquake and MultiCat Mexico 2009 cat bond

Late yesterday we wrote that a large earthquake which struck Mexico had the potential to be a threat to the parametric MultiCat Mexico 2009 Ltd. catastrophe bond. The location where the earthquake struck was very close to one of the defined zones which a qualifying event must occur within, had read the full article →

Earthquake could threaten Multicat Mexico 2009 catastrophe bond Class A notes

A large earthquake has struck Mexico near the Pacific coast not far from Acapulco and Oaxaca within the last hour or two. The USGS gave the earthquake an initial magnitude of Mw7.6, which they've since reduced to Mw7.4, and the earthquake struck at a depth of 20km. So far there read the full article →

Hurricane Rina unlikely to trigger MultiCat Mexico 2009 catastrophe bond

It isn't often that a single catastrophe bond transaction is threatened by two events in as many weeks, but it's only just over two weeks since the MultiCat Mexico 2009 Ltd. cat bond was threatened by Jova on the Mexican Pacific coast and now the same cat bond is threatened read the full article →

Hurricane Jova unlikely to trigger Multicat Mexico 2009 catastrophe bond

Hurricane Jova is approaching the Pacific coastline of Mexico carrying maximum sustained winds of 115mph. Jova, a major hurricane, has weakened slightly but is still expected to cause significant damage as the storm makes landfall near Manzanillo, both from the strong and damaging winds and torrential rainfall Jova will bring read the full article →

The World Bank launches MultiCat Program to help governments issue cat bonds

The World Bank has published an announcement regarding its involvement in the MultiCat Mexico 2009 Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction. Their International Bank for Reconstruction and Development organisation was involved in helping the deal come to market and now it transpires that this could be just the first deal under a read the full article →

Preliminary ratings unchanged for MultiCat Mexico 2009 cat bond

Standard & Poor's reports that the preliminary ratings it assigned to the MultiCat Mexico 2009 catastrophe bond are to remain the same despite a change to the way AIR Worldwide is modelling the hurricane risk associated with it.Since the preliminary ratings were first assigned AIR Worldwide has corrected its modelling read the full article →

Multicat Mexico 2009 Ltd. – further details

As usual further details on the latest catastrophe bond to be marketed, Multicat Mexico 2009 Ltd., continue to come to light. Through a combination of industry sources and published data we have gleaned more details on the latest cat bond to hit the market this year.Multicat Mexico 2009 Ltd. (utilising read the full article →