K Cession


Hannover Re grows its K-Cession placement to $600m for 2018

Global reinsurance firm Hannover Re has increased the size of its regular K-Cession capital markets retrocession placement to $600 million for 2018, as the reinsurer continued to leverage ILS funding as a source of protection and to augment its own capacity. A year ago Hannover Re's K-Cession placement, which sees the read the full article →

Hannover Re taps capital market investors for retrocession capacity

German reinsurer Hannover Re have again utilised the capital markets for their retrocession renewal through their proportional retrocession programme which they call K Cession. Previously called K6, Hannover Re have been bringing retrocessional risks to capital markets investors since as far back as 1995. The retro renewal process has not been read the full article →