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Artex SAC issues $100m Bricolage private catastrophe bond

Artex Risk Solutions' segregated account reinsurance transformer platform, Artex SAC Limited, has completed another new private catastrophe bond issuance, with a $100 million Artex SAC Limited – Bricolage Notes transaction placed privately with qualified investors. This latest first private catastrophe bond arrangement of 2022 takes issuance of these more privately offered read the full article →

$250m Aquarelle private cat bond gets variable reset at cedent request

Two tranches of privately placed catastrophe bond notes from the $250 million Artex SAC Limited – Aquarelle Notes transaction that came to market in 2021 and was thought to be the largest private cat bond ever, have been through a variable reset process at the request of the ceding insurer. When read the full article →

Toa Re Europe sponsored the $25m Silver Crane private cat bond

We can now report that it was Toa Re Europe, the Switzerland-based European reinsurance arm of Japanese group Toa Reinsurance Company Ltd., that sponsored the recent $25 million Artex SAC Limited – Silver Crane Notes private catastrophe bond transaction, as it looks to expand its relationships with ILS investor markets. Toa read the full article →

Artex SAC issues $25m Silver Crane private catastrophe bond

The Artex Risk Solutions owned segregated account reinsurance transformer platform, Artex SAC Limited, has completed issuance of a new private catastrophe bond, with a $25 million Artex SAC Limited – Silver Crane Notes transaction coming to market. This is the first private catastrophe bond arrangement of 2022 that we've seen, following read the full article →

$250m Aquarelle deal could be largest private cat bond ever

A new issuance of privately placed catastrophe bond notes, named after their segregated account as Aquarelle, is likely to be, at $250 million in size, the largest private cat bond or insurance-linked securities (ILS) placement ever issued. At least, this new $250 million Artex SAC Limited – Aquarelle Notes transaction is read the full article →

Artex vehicle issues $30m Tenby private cat bond transaction

The Artex Risk Solutions owned segregated account reinsurance transformer platform, Artex SAC Limited, has completed issuance of the first private catastrophe bond seen from the vehicle in 2020, with a $30 million Artex SAC Limited – Tenby Notes transaction. Issuance of this private cat bond, or private insurance-linked securities (ILS) arrangement, read the full article →

Artex private cat bond vehicle completes $50.26m issuance

Private catastrophe bond issuance continues apace in time for the January 2020 reinsurance renewals, with a new $50.26 million cat bond lite issuance taking the 2019 total for these more privately placed deals just over $900 million, according to Artemis data. A $50.26 million Artex SAC Limited – Series IX Notes read the full article →

$50.22m Artex SAC Series HX private catastrophe bond issued

Another private catastrophe bond, or cat bond lite, has been issued in time for the upcoming reinsurance renewal, the first from the Artex Risk Solutions owned segregated account reinsurance transformer platform in a year, a $50.22 million Artex SAC Limited - Series HX Notes transaction. This private cat bond transaction has read the full article →

Artex SAC platform issues $50.228m of Series GX private cat bond notes

The Artex Risk Solutions owned segregated account reinsurance transformer platform has issued a new private catastrophe bond, with $50.228 million of notes issued in an Artex SAC Limited - Series GX Notes deal. The private cat bond transaction has been completed, issued and listed in Bermuda using the Artex SAC read the full article →

New $8.3m private cat bond launched on Artex SAC platform

Another new private catastrophe bond, or cat bond lite, transaction has been completed, issued and listed in Bermuda using the Artex SAC Limited ILS Note Program II, in the form of $8.311 million of Artex SAC Limited - Series EX Notes. It's only the second of these transactions facilitated by read the full article →