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Alpina takes over Falcon cat bond funds, transforms them to ESG compliant

Alpina Capital, through its Alpina Fund Management S.A. unit, has taken over the management and distribution of the Falcon Private Bank catastrophe bond funds and is transforming them into ESG compliant strategies under the EU taxonomy. Alpina Capital acquired Falcon Fund Management (Luxembourg) S.A. at the end of 2020, taking over read the full article →

Falcon ILS funds shift to Solidum, new reinsurance funds to launch

Falcon Fund Management (Luxembourg) S.A., an investment management subsidiary of Switzerland-based Falcon Private Bank, is aiming to increase its activities in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) space, partnering with Solidum Partners AG for its ILS fund management. Previously, Falcon's ILS fund strategies were managed by Zurich-headquartered ILS specialist investment manager Twelve Capital read the full article →

Solidum Re Eiger is first private catastrophe bond to list on an exchange

At the end of 2011 we wrote about the private catastrophe bond transaction which saw Swiss based ILS investment firm Solidum Partners AG underwrite $52.5m of the California Earthquake Authority's reinsurance programme for 2012 on a fully collateralized basis. They then transformed this through a special purpose vehicle called Solidum read the full article →

Solidum participates as underwriter in CEA reinsurance program, transforms it to private cat bond

Swiss based ILS investment firm Solidum Partners AG are one of the many participants in the California Earthquake Authority reinsurance program for 2012. They participated as a collateralized reinsurance vehicle to the tune of $52.5m in the program through a special purpose vehicle called Solidum Re Eiger IC Limited, fronting read the full article →

Private catastrophe bond transactions to boost capacity for investors

Everyone involved in the catastrophe bond and insurance-linked securities market is well aware that investor interest in the sector is at an all time high and that the primary market isn't providing sufficient new capacity to allow all these new, eager investors to access the returns the market can offer. read the full article →