The Green Fields II Capital Ltd. (Series 2013-1) catastrophe bond which completed, was rated and listed in Ireland recently, now holds the title for being the largest European windstorm focused catastrophe bond issuance in the history of the market. At €280m in size Green Fields II Capital just beats 2010's read the full article →
French insurer Groupama’s latest catastrophe bond deal, Green Fields II Capital Ltd. (Series 2013-1), has now completed successfully, received its credit rating from S&P and the issued have been admitted for listing in Ireland. The cat bond is actually sponsored by Swiss Re, but the protection ultimately is for Groupama.With read the full article →
French insurer Groupama's latest catastrophe bond transaction Green Fields II Capital Ltd. (Series 2013-1) has been the recipient of strong investor demand, almost doubling in size while marketing to €280m in size. At the same time the price guidance has been lowered right at the bottom end of the originally read the full article →
We now have further details for you on the recently launched Green Fields II Capital Ltd. (Series 2013-1) catastrophe transaction. The Green Fields II Capital cat bond sees French insurer Groupama looking to utilise the capital markets to source an expanded and extended source of French windstorm reinsurance coverage.Ratings agency read the full article →
French insurance and banking group Groupama is seeking to extend the cover it receives from the capital markets through catastrophe bond issuances with a new transaction, Green Fields II Capital Ltd. (Series 2013-1). The transaction will give the French insurer an expanded and extended source of French windstorm reinsurance coverage.As read the full article →
Swiss Re places €75m of French windstorm risk on behalf of Groupama through Green Fields Capital Ltd.
Swiss Re have issued a press release about the recently completed Green Fields Capital Ltd. catastrophe bond transaction which they arranged and issued on behalf of Groupama. The deal provides Swiss Re with cover for reinsurance they provide to Groupama. The press release follows below.Swiss Re places EUR 75 million read the full article →