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Generali confirms windstorm Bernd won’t trigger Lion III Re cat bond

Italian and global insurance giant Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. has confirmed to investors in its EUR 200 million Lion III Re DAC catastrophe bond that European windstorm Bernd and related floods in July 2021 are not a covered event for noteholders to be concerned about, this publication has learned. The Lion III read the full article →

Green cat bond a “highly successful placement in an extremely active market” – Natixis

The successful placement at low-pricing of the first green catastrophe bond occurred during an extremely active marketplace for cat bonds, noted joint bookrunner and green coordinator French financial services firm Natixis. As we have explained, the EUR 200 million Lion III Re DAC cat bond transaction is the first green cat read the full article →

Generali hails completion of the first green catastrophe bond

Italian and global insurance giant Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. has hailed the successful completion of its first green catastrophe bond issuance, the EUR 200 million Lion III Re DAC transaction. The deal was launched to the cat bond investor community earlier this month, and benefiting from strong investor demand Generali secured it read the full article →

Generali’s green catastrophe bond priced ~18% below guidance

Italian and global insurance giant Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. has now secured its first green catastrophe bond, the EUR 200 million Lion III Re DAC cat bond, with a roughly 18% price drop from the initial mid-point of guidance. It's another example of strong pricing execution in the catastrophe bond market, as read the full article →

Generali targets lower price for first green cat bond, Lion III Re

Italian and global insurance giant Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. is aiming to secure its first green catastrophe bond deal, the EUR 200 million Lion III Re DAC cat bond, at tighter spreads, as price guidance has fallen for the issuance. This is Generali's first catastrophe bond since 2017 and the first we've read the full article →

The only asset class that helps people rebuild after natural disasters

A core reason that insurance-linked securities (ILS), such as catastrophe bonds and other reinsurance linked investments, are considered as socially responsible investments by many allocators is the fact they deploy their capital into natural disaster recovery and rebuilding. While ESG, environment, social and governance factors, are now seen as becoming critical read the full article →

Generali targets EUR200m Lion III Re “green cat bond”

Italian and global insurance giant Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A. is back in the catastrophe bond market with its fourth issuance, a EUR 200 million Lion III Re DAC cat bond through which it is seeking collateralized catastrophe reinsurance while adding "green" features to a cat bond issue. It's Assicurazioni Generali's first cat read the full article →

Parhelion targets $500m capital raise to become sustainable ESG insurer

Parhelion, an energy and climate risk finance focused company specialising in non-traditional risk issues, is targeting a capital raise of $500 million as it seeks to become a "sustainable insurer" focused on ESG aligned underwriting and investment. Launching its capital raise with initial backing from insurance and reinsurance broking group Howden read the full article →

ILS is a growing part of the ESG mosaic, say industry experts

As responsible and sustainable investing continues to gain traction, the insurance-linked securities (ILS) asset class is expected to play an increasing role, but it’s important that the sector tells its own environmental, social and governance (ESG) story. This is according to ILS and reinsurance industry experts speaking recently at the virtually read the full article →

Plenum cat bond & insurance funds classed Article 8 & 9 under EU SFDR

Plenum Investments AG, the Zurich based specialist insurance-linked securities (ILS) and catastrophe bond investment manager, has had its catastrophe bond, insurance private debt and life settlements investment funds all classified as ESG relevant under the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). Plenum has been one of the most proactive insurance-linked securities read the full article →