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Allianz’s upsized $125m Blue Halo cat bond priced below guidance

Allianz Risk Transfer's (ART) latest catastrophe bond, the Blue Halo Re Ltd. (Series 2022-1) issuance, has now been achieved its upsized $125 million target, while both tranches of notes have priced below guidance in a vote of confidence for the sponsor and the subject business, which is suspected to include read the full article →

Allianz’s Blue Halo 2022 cat bond grows to $125m as pricing drops

The latest catastrophe bond from Allianz Risk Transfer (ART), Blue Halo Re Ltd. (Series 2022-1), appears to have been well-received by investors, as Artemis has learned that the issuance is set to upsize by 25% to $125 million, while the price guidance has been lowered for both tranches of notes. Allianz read the full article →

Allianz ART seeks $100m+ Blue Halo Re 2022 aggregate index cat bond

Allianz Risk Transfer (ART), the specialist and alternative risk focused unit of the Allianz global insurance and reinsurance group, is back in the catastrophe bond market seeking at least $100 million of annual aggregate and industry loss index based protection with a Blue Halo Re 2022 cat bond issuance. With this read the full article →

New Titania cat bond shows Ariel Re’s commitment to delivering value: CEO Mather

The recently completed $175 million Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-2)  catastrophe bond issuance is an example of Ariel Re showing its "commitment to delivering value" to all parties, according to the reinsurance firm's CEO Ryan Mather. As our readers will be aware, Ariel Re recently closed on the successful second issuance read the full article →

Ariel Re gets upsized $175m Titania Re cat bond at below-guidance pricing

Global reinsurance firm Ariel Re has successfully upsized its latest catastrophe bond issuance and also secured attractive pricing for it, as the coupon for the $175 million of notes to be issued by Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-2) has now settled below the initial guidance. Ariel Re returned to the cat read the full article →

Ariel Re looks to upsize its Titania Re 2021-2 cat bond to $175m

Global reinsurance firm Ariel Re is aiming to upsize on its latest catastrophe bond issuance to benefit its Lloyd’s of London Syndicate 1910, with the target for its Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-2) retro industry loss cat bond deal now increased to $175 million. Ariel Re returned to the cat bond read the full article →

Ariel Re sponsors its second cat bond, a $150m Titania Re 2021-2

Global reinsurance firm Ariel Re is back in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market seeking another catastrophe bond to benefit its Lloyd’s of London Syndicate 1910, with a $150 million Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-2) retro industry loss deal. Ariel Re secured its first catastrophe bond cover earlier this year, when it read the full article →

PCS launches industry loss index & estimates for Global Aviation

In the latest new product roll-out to its specialty insurance and reinsurance lines loss reporting services, Property Claim Services (PCS) will now provide data on worldwide aviation loss events. The new PCS Global Aviation service launches officially today and historical insured loss event information will already be available to subscribers, while read the full article →

Cat bond & ILW activity help drive PERILS-based transaction limit higher

An increase in use of PERILS industry loss triggers in industry-loss warranty (ILW) transactions focused on European windstorm risk, plus the buoyant catastrophe bond market, have helped to drive PERILS-based limits at risk up 11% to US $3.2 billion, as of the end of August. PERILS AG, the Zurich-headquartered provide of read the full article →

Titania Re cat bond an important part of Ariel Re’s strategy: CEO Mather

The recently completed $150 million Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-1) catastrophe bond is an important part of Ariel Re's strategy, according to the reinsurance firm's CEO Ryan Mather, who also said that partnership with ILS investors is beneficial to the company,  its clients and its owners. Ariel Re entered the catastrophe read the full article →