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Queen Street XII shows Munich Re’s desire to cultivate ILS relationships

The successful and efficient execution of the $190m Queen Street XII Re dac 2016 catastrophe bond transaction showed global reinsurance firm Munich Re's desire to build stronger relationships with the ILS investor community, according to broker Guy Carpenter.David Priebe, Vice Chairman of reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter and Head of its read the full article →

Munich Re’s Queen Street XII cat bond to be its largest at $190m

Global reinsurance firm Munich Re is set to sponsor its largest catastrophe bond ever, as the Queen Street XII Re dac 2016 transaction is now set to complete at $190m in size, securing the reinsurer its largest slice of cat bond investor backed retrocession.This Queen Street XII Re cat bond read the full article →

Munich Re’s Queen Street XII Re cat bond could be its biggest ever

Reinsurance firm Munich Re's Queen Street XII Re dac 2016 catastrophe bond transaction could as much as double in size, with the company raising its target to $150m to $200m for the bond, while at the same time price guidance has been lowered.The Queen Street XII Re 2016 cat bond read the full article →

Munich Re returns with Queen Street XII Re 2016 cat bond

Global reinsurance company Munich Re is returning to the capital markets with a new issuance, as it seeks to expand its capital markets sources of retrocession through a (currently) $100m Queen Street XII Re dac 2016 catastrophe bond transaction.We understand that the reinsurer will use Queen Street XII Re dac, read the full article →