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Oxbridge Re’s sidecar shrinks to $216k for 2020 renewal

Cayman Islands based reinsurance firm Oxbridge Re Ltd. has renewed its fully-collateralised reinsurance sidecar vehicle Oxbridge Re NS Ltd. for 2020 at a downsized amount of just $216,000. Oxbridge Re first entered the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market with a quota share retrocessional reinsurance sidecar arrangement in June 2018, with a $2 read the full article →

Oxbridge Re wants sidecar upsize, investors still on track for ~36% returns

Cayman Islands based reinsurance company Oxbridge Re Ltd. is aiming to upsize its fully collateralized reinsurance sidecar vehicle Oxbridge Re NS Ltd. for the coming underwriting year from June 1st. The sidecar's current risk period that ends this month has been loss free it seems, with the investors backing the vehicle read the full article →

Oxbridge Re’s sidecar on track to deliver ~40% returns to investors

Investors in Oxbridge Re NS Ltd., the fully collateralized reinsurance sidecar vehicle sponsored by Cayman Islands based reinsurance firm Oxbridge Re Ltd., are currently on track to earn a very healthy roughly 40% return for the current underwriting year. As we explained towards the end of 2019, the Oxbridge Re NS read the full article →

Oxbridge Re’s sidecar avoids impact from 2019 catastrophes so far

The Oxbridge Re NS Ltd. fully collateralized reinsurance sidecar vehicle sponsored by Cayman Islands based reinsurance firm Oxbridge Re Ltd. has avoided losses from all of the recent global catastrophe loss events. The Oxbridge Re NS quota share reinsurance sidecar has managed to avoid any impact from events including the Japanese read the full article →

Oxbridge Re’s 2019 reinsurance sidecar renewal was only $600k

The size of Cayman Islands based reinsurance firm Oxbridge Re Ltd's latest collateralized sidecar issuance has now been revealed, with the firm reporting that its Oxbridge Re NS Ltd. vehicle issued $600,000 of notes at the June 2019 renewals. We'd already reported that Oxbridge Re had successfully renewed its collateralized reinsurance read the full article →

Oxbridge Re renews reinsurance sidecar for 2019 despite losses of prior year

Cayman Islands based reinsurance firm Oxbridge Re Ltd. has successfully placed a new series of notes from its collateralized reinsurance sidecar vehicle Oxbridge Re NS Ltd. as part of its 2019 reinsurance renewal. The sidecar note issuance has been successfully placed with investors despite the fact the sidecar faced a total read the full article →

Oxbridge Re’s reinsurance sidecar wiped out by wildfire losses

The collateralized reinsurance sidecar vehicle of reinsurer Oxbridge Re Ltd. has been completely wiped out by catastrophe loss events from 2018, with the California wildfires tipping it over the edge. The firm's Oxbridge NS Re sidecar was licensed around the middle of 2018 and then successfully issued a $2 million tranche read the full article →

Oxbridge Re expects sidecar support for wildfire & Michael losses in Q4

Cayman Islands based reinsurance firm Oxbridge Re Ltd. said that its fully collateralized reinsurance sidecar vehicle Oxbridge Re NS Ltd. will support the firms losses from both hurricane Michael and the California wildfires in Q4 2018. Oxbridge Re said that it now expects to suffer a $6 million impact from catastrophe read the full article →

Sidecar diversifies revenue streams for Oxbridge Re: CEO Madhu

The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of collateralised reinsurer Oxbridge Re Ltd., Jay Madhu, explained that the firm’s recently launched sidecar vehicle diversifies its revenue streams and risk. Oxbridge Re announced plans for its sidecar vehicle, Oxbridge Re NS Ltd., in late 2017 after registering the company in the Cayman read the full article →

Oxbridge Re’s sidecar faces 55% loss of principal from hurricane Michael

Cayman Islands domiciled reinsurance firm Oxbridge Re Ltd. has said that its fully collateralized reinsurance sidecar vehicle Oxbridge Re NS Ltd. is likely to take a portion of the firms losses from recent hurricane Michael, which could amount to a roughly 55% loss of principal. In announcing its quarterly results yesterday, read the full article →