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Hannover Re’s at-risk $50m Seaside Re 2017-3 cat bond extended again

The $50 million Seaside Re 2017-3 private catastrophe bond transaction, that was issued by German reinsurance firm Hannover Re’s segregated accounts vehicle, Kaith Re Ltd. on behalf of a client, has had its maturity date extended again as uncertainty over the impact of 2017 losses continues.The private cat bond transaction read the full article →

Further extension for at-risk $50m Seaside Re 2017-3 private cat bond

There has been a further extension to the maturity date for the $50 million Seaside Re 2017-3 transaction, a private catastrophe bond issued by German reinsurance firm Hannover Re’s segregated accounts vehicle, Kaith Re Ltd., suggesting it remains at-risk of losses from the 2017 hurricanes and catastrophes.The further maturity extension read the full article →

Seaside Re 2017-3 private cat bond maturity extended again

The maturity date has been extended again for the $50 million Seaside Re 2017-3 transaction, which is a private catastrophe bond issued using German reinsurance firm Hannover Re’s segregated accounts vehicle, Kaith Re Ltd., likely to allow for loss development to continue.This $50 million Seaside Re 2017-3 private cat bond read the full article →

Private LI Re 2016-2 cat bond, from Hannover Re vehicle, matured early

A $10 million LI Re (Series 2016-2) private catastrophe bond that was issued by German reinsurance firm Hannover Re's segregated accounts vehicle Kaith Re Ltd., has been matured early and its notes have been delisted as a result.The $10 million of LI Re (Series 2016-2) notes were issued by Kaith read the full article →

$50m Seaside Re 2017-3 private cat bond maturity extended

A private catastrophe bond issued through German reinsurance firm Hannover Re's segregated accounts vehicle, Kaith Re Ltd. has had its maturity extended. The $50 million Seaside Re 2017-3 cat bond was due to mature this week, but maturity for the full tranche has been pushed to February 8th, suggesting it read the full article →

$50m Seaside Re 2018-2 private cat bond issued by Kaith Re

A third private catastrophe bond transaction has now been issued through German reinsurance firm Hannover Re's Kaith Re Ltd. Bermuda domiciled segregated accounts vehicle in December, with a $50 million Seaside Re (Series 2018-2) offering, exposed to U.S. property catastrophe risks.This $50 million Seaside Re (Series 2018-2) private catastrophe bond, read the full article →

$10m LI Re 2017-1 private cat bond issued from Hannover Re vehicle

German reinsurance giant Hannover Re has facilitated another private catastrophe bond transaction, with the issuance of a $10 million LI Re (Series 2017-1) deal that securitises California earthquake reinsurance risk for an unknown cedent and certain ILS investors.Hannover Re's Bermuda domiciled segregated accounts vehicle Kaith Re Ltd. has been involved read the full article →

Hannover Re facilitates $27m Seaside Re 2018-3 private cat bond

German reinsurance firm Hannover Re has facilitated a second private catastrophe bond this month with the completion of a $27 million Seaside Re (Series 2018-3) transaction, the second series of cat bond notes to be issued through its Kaith Re Ltd. Bermuda domiciled segregated accounts vehicle in recent days.Just over read the full article →

Hannover Re assists on new $20m Seaside Re 2018 private cat bond

A new private catastrophe bond transaction has been completed with the assistance of German reinsurance giant Hannover Re. The $20 million Seaside Re (Series 2018-1) private cat bond, or cat bond lite as they are often termed, was issued using Hannover's Kaith Re Ltd. Bermuda domiciled segregated accounts vehicle.Hannover Re read the full article →

$86.5m Seaside Re private cat bond issued by Hannover Re’s Kaith Re

A new $86.5 million Seaside Re (Series 2017-1) private catastrophe bond, or cat bond lite, transaction, has been issued by German reinsurance firm Hannover Re's segregated accounts vehicle, Kaith Re Ltd.Hannover Re has been regularly helping ceding companies to access capital markets capacity, and ILS investors or funds to transact read the full article →