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First pure wildfire cat bond in two years upsized & priced within guidance

The first California wildfire catastrophe bond transaction to be issued since the severe California season of 2018 has successfully been upsized, with utility Sempra Energy's SD Re Ltd. (Series 2020-1) deal now set for $90 million. Not only has the first pure wildfire cat bond in almost two years increased in read the full article →

Sempra Energy’s SD Re 2020-1 wildfire cat bond may upsize to $90m

Electrical utility Sempra Energy is seeking to upsize its second catastrophe bond, with the SD Re Ltd. (Series 2020-1) transaction now targeting a $90 million source of California wildfire insurance protection from the capital markets for the company. Sempra Energy returned to the catastrophe bond market in June, with an SD read the full article →

Sempra Energy seeks $75m SD Re 2020-1 cat bond to top up wildfire insurance

Electrical utility Sempra Energy has returned to the catastrophe bond market with a $75 million SD Re Ltd. (Series 2020-1) transaction, as it seeks to extend the California wildfire insurance protection it receives from capital markets investors. This is the second wildfire catastrophe bond to be issued for Sempra Energy, following read the full article →

SD Re Ltd. California wildfire cat bond to price at middle of guidance

The SD Re Ltd. (Series 2018-1) catastrophe bond transaction, which will be the second California wildfire cat bond covering third-party liability costs, has not grown in size while being marketed, remaining at $125 million while the pricing is expected to settle today at the middle of initial guidance. The SD Re read the full article →

Sempra Energy to benefit from new California wildfire cat bond, SD Re Ltd.

A new catastrophe bond transaction has been launched to the market and the SD Re Ltd. (Series 2018-1) transaction is set to become the second California wildfire cat bond covering third-party liability costs, benefiting utility firm Sempra Energy and subsidiaries. The transaction is very similar to the recent Cal Phoenix Re read the full article →