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Hexagon Re shows lower attaching Euro cat bonds are possible: Willis

The succesful execution and placement of French mutual insurance society Covéa Group's first catastrophe bond, the €90 million Hexagon Reinsurance DAC (Series 2017-1), demonstrates that it is possible to issue transactions covering lower attachment points for European perils.The lower attaching layers of reinsurance programs covering European windstorm risks have often been read the full article →

Covéa hails Hexagon Re as first aggregate Euro windstorm cat bond

French mutual insurance society Covéa Group has successfully sponsored its first catastrophe bond, the €90 million Hexagon Reinsurance DAC (Series 2017-1) transaction and this morning hailed it as the first to be exposed to French windstorm risks on an indemnity and aggregate basis.The Hexagon Re catastrophe bond will provide Covéa Group read the full article →

Hexagon Re cat bond coupon settles at bottom of reduced guidance

The coupon spread for the €90 million Hexagon Reinsurance DAC (Series 2017-1) catastrophe bond issuance, sponsored by French mutual insurance society Covéa Group, has now been fixed at the bottom end of the already reduced price guidance range, according to sources.The Hexagon Reinsurance catastrophe bond will provide mutual insurance society Covéa read the full article →

Hexagon Re cat bond pricing falls below initial guidance

Providing a useful indicator of the appetite of insurance-linked securities (ILS) and catastrophe bond investors, the €90 million Hexagon Reinsurance DAC (Series 2017-1) catastrophe bond issuance, sponsored by French mutual insurance society Covéa Group, has seen its pricing drop to below the initial guidance range.The fact pricing has dropped to below read the full article →

Hexagon Reinsurance Euro wind cat bond launched for Covea Group

A European windstorm catastrophe bond has been launched to the market in the form of a Hexagon Reinsurance DAC (Series 2017-1) issuance, a €90 million transaction which will be the first time that French mutual insurance society Covéa Group has tapped the cat bond market as a source of collateralized read the full article →