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China Re & Singapore discuss ILS and cat bond cooperation

The Chairman of Chinese reinsurance firm China Re visited Singapore recently where he discussed issues related to the reinsurers work in the Singapore re/insurance market, including discussions on the potential for cooperation between China Re and Singapore in the area of catastrophe bonds. China Re is no stranger to catastrophe bonds, read the full article →

GC Securities structures & places first Chinese cat bond, Panda Re

GC Securities, the investment banking and insurance-linked securities (ILS) specialist arm of reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter, has successfully structured and placed the first catastrophe bond covering Chinese risks, Panda Re Ltd. (Series 2015-1). The $50m Panda Re cat bond provides sponsor China Property & Casualty Reinsurance Company Ltd. and China Reinsurance read the full article →

Panda Re cat bond an “important breakthrough” for China Re

China Property & Casualty Reinsurance Company (China Re P&C) sees the recently completed $50m Panda Re Ltd. (Series 2015-1) catastrophe bond as a "successful first-step" into alternative risk transfer and the capital markets for the re/insurer. “Panda Re has been a very successful first-step into using alternative risk transfer mechanisms to read the full article →

First China cat bond, Panda Re 2015-1, raises $50m for China Re

The first catastrophe bond covering risks in China, Panda Re Ltd. (Series 2015-1), has now completed successfully, raising $50m for the sponsor state-owned reinsurance firm China Re, which was the lower end of the sponsors target size for the deal. The Panda Re 2015-1 cat bond only came to light recently read the full article →

Panda Re Ltd. 2015-1, the first cat bond covering Chinese perils

Another milestone has been reached for the catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, with the introduction of the first cat bond covering Chinese perils. The Panda Re Ltd. (Series 2015-1) deal covers Chinese quake risks on an indemnity basis. Details on the transaction are limited due to this being a read the full article →