MetroCat Re Ltd. Series 2013-1


MetroCat highlights capital markets support for bespoke ILS solutions: GC Securities

The successful issuance of the first storm surge catastrophe bond in the insurance-linked securities markets history, MetroCat Re Ltd. (Series 2013-1), highlights the ability of capital market investors to strongly support bespoke ILS solutions, according to bookrunner, joint structuring agent and lead manager on the deal, GC Securities. Catastrophe bond investors read the full article →

MetroCat Re completes at $200m. MTA pleased, but may have liked more

The MetroCat Re Ltd. (Series 2013-1) catastrophe bond, which is the first cat bond in the markets history to bring storm surge risk alone in a transaction to insurance-linked securities investors, has completed successfully at $200m, received its final rating and the notes and program have listed in Bermuda. The successful read the full article →

Storm surge cat bond MetroCat Re increases in size, prices below guidance

The insurance-linked securities markets first ever storm surge catastrophe bond has been extremely well-received by investors with demand helping the deal to increase in size and enabling the sponsor, First Mutual Transportation Assurance Co. (FMTAC) to secure the fully-collateralized reinsurance protection at attractive pricing terms. The cat bond, MetroCat Re Ltd. read the full article →

Standard & Poor’s on rating the MetroCat Re storm surge catastrophe bond

The MetroCat Re Ltd. catastrophe bond, which launched recently, has been receiving attention from the broader financial press and local New York media outlets. That's no surprise given the unusual nature of the cat bond, as the first storm surge only cat bond and the first time a U.S. transit read the full article →

First storm surge catastrophe bond, MetroCat Re Ltd. 2013-1, launches

The catastrophe bond market in 2013 has seen a number of firsts, as new-found flexibility, reduced pricing and near-record levels of issuance make this year one of the most eventful on record for the cat bond market. Now another new sponsor is coming to market with a new peril, in read the full article →