East Lane Re VI Ltd. (Series 2014-1)

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Chubb CFO hails lowest priced hurricane cat bond ever, East Lane Re VI

During the first-quarter earnings call of U.S. primary insurance group Chubb the insurers CFO Richard Spiro discussed Chubb's recently completed East Lane Re VI Ltd. catastrophe bond, hailing it as the lowest pricing ever achieved on a U.S. hurricane cat bond.Chubb, a regular sponsor of catastrophe bonds with six cat read the full article →

East Lane Re VI cat bond upsizes to $270m for Chubb, prices at low-end

The East Lane Re VI Ltd. (Series 2014-1) catastrophe bond, sponsored by U.S. primary insurance group Chubb, has now completed at the increased size of $270m with pricing at the low-end of the previously reduced range.As Artemis reported last week the East Lane Re VI cat bond, which is Chubb's read the full article →

Chubb’s East Lane Re VI cat bond likely to upsize, price down

U.S. primary insurance group Chubb’s sixth catastrophe bond transaction, East Lane Re VI Ltd. (Series 2014-1), looks set to increase in size to somewhere between the original $225m and $270m, while the price guidance has been lowered.East Lane Re VI looks set to become another catastrophe bond to upsize and read the full article →

Chubb’s East Lane Re VI cat bond continues unmodelled risk trend

More information has become available on U.S. primary insurance group Chubb's sixth catastrophe bond transaction, East Lane Re VI Ltd. (Series 2014-1), which continues a recent trend for inclusion of unmodelled risks cat bond transactions.Over the last year or two, new catastrophe bond transactions have increasingly included coverage for some read the full article →

Chubb returns with East Lane Re VI multi-peril cat bond

U.S. primary insurance group Chubb is returning to the catastrophe bond market for reinsurance cover for the first time in two years, with its sixth cat bond transaction, named East Lane Re VI Ltd. (Series 2014-1), a four-year multi-peril deal.Chubb has been a regular issuer of cat bonds, using them read the full article →