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Munich Re: Queen Street X Re 2015 cat bond “well received”

Global reinsurance giant Munich Re has announced the completion of its latest catastrophe bond transaction, Queen Street X Re Limited (2015), which remained at its $100m launch size and was well received by investors, the reinsurer said.The deal, which is comparable to the reinsurers previous Queen Street bonds, launched roughly read the full article →

Queen Street X Re 2015 cat bond prices at mid-point of guidance

Global reinsurance firm Munich Re looks set to be successful with its latest catastrophe bond issue, as the still $100m Queen Street X Re Limited (2015) cat bond has been priced at the mid-point of initial guidance.This cat bond is Munich Re's second attempt to secure a source of retrocessional read the full article →

Munich Re tries again with $100m Queen Street X Re 2015 cat bond

The world's largest reinsurance firm Munich Re is returning to the catastrophe bond market, trying again to issue a $100m Queen Street X Re Limited (2015) catastrophe bond to provide it with retrocessional protection for U.S. hurricane and Australian cyclone risks.The reinsurer tried to issue a very similar deal last year, read the full article →

Munich Re’s Queen Street X Re cat bond withdrawn

The world's largest reinsurance company Munich Re has withdrawn the issuance of its latest catastrophe bond, Queen Street X Re Limited, as investor appetite was likely not strong enough to get the transaction completed at the size and pricing desired.Sources suggest that the insurance linked investor community did not have read the full article →

Munich Re’s Queen Street X Re cat bond to price at top end of guidance

The latest catastrophe bond from the world’s largest reinsurance company Munich Re, Queen Street X Re Limited, is set to price at the top end of guidance, another indication that insurance-linked securities (ILS) investors have established a floor for cat bond pricing.According to sources, the pricing on Queen Street X Re, read the full article →

Queen Street X Re cat bond brings more Australian risk from Munich Re

The world's largest reinsurance company Munich Re is back with its tenth catastrophe bond under the Queen Street naming convention, Queen Street X Re Limited, its third cat bond to include Australia cyclone risk alongside U.S. hurricanes.Munich Re often brings a new Queen Street cat bond issuance to market around read the full article →