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Further extension for some Hannover Re Seaside Re private cat bonds

The maturity dates have been extended again for some of the Seaside Re private catastrophe bond transactions that were issued by German reinsurance firm Hannover Re’s segregated accounts vehicle, Kaith Re Ltd., while two series of previously extended notes have now been allowed to mature. There were just under $110 million read the full article →

Maturity extended for $110m of Hannover Re’s Seaside Re private cat bonds

Almost $110 million of Seaside Re private catastrophe bond transactions have had their maturity dates extended, suggesting that these privately placed ILS deals, that were issued by German reinsurance firm Hannover Re’s segregated accounts vehicle, Kaith Re Ltd., might be considered at-risk of loss. Typically, a catastrophe bond or other insurance-linked read the full article →

Hannover Re brings $84.5m of Seaside Re private catastrophe bonds

Global reinsurance giant Hannover Re has facilitated the issuance of another $84.5 million of Seaside Re private catastrophe bonds for 2022, with another eight issuances from its Kaith Re transformer vehicle coming to light. Already in 2022, we've tracked $39 million of private catastrophe bonds in which Hannover Re has helped read the full article →

Hannover Re’s vehicle Kaith Re issues $39m of private cat bonds

German reinsurance company Hannover Re has facilitated issuance of two new private catastrophe bond transactions, a $15 million California quake focused LI Re (Series 2022-1) and $24 million Seaside Re (Series 2022-1) covering unknown U.S. property catastrophe risks. Hannover Re continues to help investors to access reinsurance related risk and return read the full article →

Hannover Re lifts Seaside Re catastrophe bonds to $136.4m for 2021

Hannover Re, the German headquartered global reinsurance firm, has facilitated another three Seaside Re private catastrophe bond transactions around this January 2021 renewals, taking the total seen to $136.4 million across ten transactions. As we explained yesterday, we had seen the first seven of these transactions, as Hannover Re's Bermuda based read the full article →

Hannover Re’s vehicle Kaith Re issues $76.4m of Seaside Re cat bond lites

Global reinsurance company Hannover Re has facilitated more private catastrophe bond transactions around this Janaury 2021 renewals, with the firms Kaith Re transformer having issued $76.4 million of Seaside Re cat bond lite notes, across seven transactions. These are the first Seaside Re private cat bond issuances to come to light read the full article →

Hannover Re adds nearly $75m more Seaside Re cat bond lites

Global reinsurance firm Hannover Re has added another almost $75 million of risk capital to its Seaside Re private catastrophe bond issues for 2020 through another seven transactions, taking the total issued around this January renewal season to $151.5 million. It's around the same amount of risk capital issued using the read the full article →

Hannover Re brings $27m Seaside Re private cat bonds to investors

Hannover Re, the top-four global reinsurance firm, has facilitated issuance of another $27 million of private catastrophe bonds under the Seaside Re program, as it continues to help ceding companies and investors transact ILS deals in securitised note form. Hannover Re plays an important role in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, read the full article →

Hannover Re supports $50m Seaside Re 2020-51 private cat bond issuance

Germany headquartered global reinsurance company Hannover Re has brought another private catastrophe bond transaction to market, with a $50 million Seaside Re (Series 2020-51) transaction now completed. The first Seaside Re private cat bond for 2020 comes on the heels of a $10 million LI Re private insurance-linked securities (ILS) transaction read the full article →

Hannover Re cat bond vehicle renews $10m California quake deal

Hannover Re, the German reinsurance company, has facilitated a renewal of a $10 million private catastrophe bond exposed to California earthquake risks, using its Kaith Re segregated accounts vehicle. The $10 million LI Re (Series 2019-1) private cat bond or cat bond lite transaction was completed last week and the issued read the full article →