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Swiss Re’s latest Matterhorn Re cat bond to settle at $240m

Global reinsurance company Swiss Re has now successfully secured $240 million of retrocession from its latest Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-4)  catastrophe bond transaction, taking the firm's total cat bond coverage under the program to $1.31 billion. Swiss Re returned to the catastrophe bond market earlier in June, aiming to secure read the full article →

Swiss Re lifts upper target for Matterhorn Re cat bond to $275m

Global reinsurance firm Swiss Re has raised the upper-end target for its latest catastrophe bond, with the Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-4)  transaction now aiming to secure as much as $275 million of capital markets backed retrocession for the sponsor. Swiss Re returned to the catastrophe bond market recently for what read the full article →

Swiss Re targets $200m of hurricane retro with fifth Matterhorn Re cat bond

Global reinsurance company Swiss Re has again returned to the catastrophe bond market for what will be its fifth time in just around one-year, this time bringing a targeted $200 million Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-4) with which it hopes to secure retrocessional protection against hurricane losses. Having shied away from read the full article →

Swiss Re well-hedged for hurricanes, thanks to alternative capital: CUO Schmid

With natural catastrophe reinsurance premiums underwritten having jumped at Swiss Re in the last year, the company has continued to make use of insurance-linked securities (ILS) investor appetite to help it prepare its portfolio for the coming hurricane season. Swiss Re's target for natural catastrophe premiums underwritten in the group's property read the full article →

Swiss Re’s new Matterhorn Re 2020-3 cat bond upsized to $215m

The latest catastrophe bond to be sponsored by reinsurance firm Swiss Re has been successfully upsized 7.5% at pricing, we can reveal, with the Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-3) transaction now set to secure the company $215 million of U.S. named storm retrocession. At the same time, the pricing for the read the full article →

Swiss Re seeks $200m named storm retro with Matterhorn Re 2020-3 cat bond

Global reinsurance company Swiss Re is back with what will be its fourth catastrophe bond in less than one year, as it seeks another $200 million or greater of U.S. named storm retrocessional support from the capital markets with Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-3). Having been away from the catastrophe bond read the full article →

Swiss Re gets $255m hurricane & mortality Matterhorn Re cat bond

Reinsurance firm Swiss Re has now successfully secured $255 million of hurricane and mortality risk retrocessional protection with its latest Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-2) catastrophe bond transaction. This transaction was launched recently to investors and settled yesterday, as Swiss Re continues to put third-party capital at the heart of its read the full article →

Swiss Re targets $275m of hurricane & mortality cat bond cover

Reinsurance giant Swiss Re is back with a second catastrophe bond for 2020, seeking up to $275 million of retrocessional protection with a Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-2) transaction that will cover it against certain losses from U.S. named storms and hurricanes, as well as extreme mortality exposures. This will be read the full article →

Swiss Re’s Matterhorn Re 2020 cat bond doubles in size to $350m

The latest catastrophe bond from global reinsurance firm Swiss Re has been well-received by the ILS investor base, helping the Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-1) cat bond double in size while marketing to become a $350 million issuance. The new cat bond for 2020 will be the largest from Swiss Re read the full article →

Swiss Re back with $175m Matterhorn Re 2020 named storm cat bond

Global reinsurance giant Swiss Re has returned to the catastrophe bond market and is seeking to sponsor its second Matterhorn Re catastrophe bond in six months, as it looks to secure at least $175 million of retrocession against U.S. named storm losses. The twin tranche Matterhorn Re Ltd. (Series 2020-1) catastrophe read the full article →