Kilimanjaro III Re Ltd Series 2019-1


Alternative capital helps Everest Re “dust off” Purple, grow retro 25%

Everest Re took advantage of market conditions around the January renewals to build a significantly larger book of retrocession business, leveraging its access to alternative reinsurance capital and use of catastrophe bonds to allow it to deploy capital into its Purple pillared retro product. Everest Re has repeatedly demonstrated an ability read the full article →

Everest Re gets $850m cover from new Kilimanjaro Re catastrophe bonds

Everest Re has now secured an $850 million slice of retrocessional reinsurance protection from the capital markets with its latest dual issuance of two series of notes from its Kilimanjaro Re Ltd. cat bond issuance vehicle. Everest Re returned to the cat bond market in November with its first issuance since read the full article →

Everest Re aims for up to $800m from Kilimanjaro III Re cat bonds

Global insurance and reinsurance firm Everest Re has lifted its targets for its latest catastrophe bond issuances, with the company now hoping to secure between $500 million and $800 million of retrocessional reinsurance from the Kilimanjaro Re III transactions. At the same time as lifting the target for the cat bonds, read the full article →

Everest Re returns for $375m+ Kilimanjaro III Re catastrophe bond issues

Global insurance and reinsurance firm Everest Re has returned to the catastrophe bond market for its first issuance since April 2018, as it seeks to add at least $375 million of fully collateralized reinsurance protection by sponsoring a Kilimanjaro III Re Ltd. cat bond issuance. As in previous Kilimanjaro catastrophe bond read the full article →