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Horse Capital ILS to help manage loss ratio volatility: Generali

Assicurazioni Generali sees the successful acquisition of €255 million of fully collateralised reinsurance protection from the capital markets, through the recent Horse Capital I DAC motor third-party liability loss ratio ILS, as an example of capital markets support for its strategic optimisation of its capital allocation.Group Chief Financial Officer Alberto read the full article →

Horse Capital I could open ILS market to new opportunities: Dubinsky, WCMA

Capital market investors were "well placed" to support the recent Horse Capital I DAC motor third-party liability loss ratio ILS, catastrophe bond like transaction, and its successful completion could open the ILS market to new opportunities, according to Bill Dubinsky of WCMA.Willis Capital Markets & Advisory (WCMA), the investment banking read the full article →

Generali’s Horse Capital I motor liability ILS upsizes to €255m

Assicurazioni Generali will secure an upsized €255 million (approx US$266m) of fully collateralised reinsurance cover for motor third-party liability loss ratio deterioration, after its innovative Horse Capital I DAC ILS or catastrophe bond like transaction grew by 42% at pricing.Generali is set to very successfully leverage the catastrophe bond structure read the full article →

Generali targets up to €240m from Horse Capital I motor liability ILS

European insurance giant Assicurazioni Generali is set to upsize its innovative motor third-party liability ILS deal Horse Capital I DAC, as the targeted transaction size has risen from €180m at launch to a new target of between €210m to €240m (US$255m).Generali is seeking to leverage the catastrophe bond structure and read the full article →

Generali in 3rd party motor liability ILS with Horse Capital I DAC

The catastrophe bond and ILS market looks set to see a very rare casualty cat bond type transaction as European insurance giant Assicurazioni Generali seeks a €180m or larger source of motor third-party liability reinsurance protection through a Horse Capital I DAC securitisation.Casualty and liability risks are often discussed by read the full article →