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Nephila’s Syndicate 2357 lifts capacity target for 2020 to $554m

Nephila Capital, the largest insurance and reinsurance linked investment manager in the market, has again slightly lifted its stamp capacity target for the coming year to $554 million for 2020 for its syndicate at Lloyd's.In 2019, Nephila's syndicate suffered a loss of of almost $84.4 million, which was around 50% read the full article →

Nephila a reinsurer to Boost-backed cyber risk insurtech Cowbell

Nephila Capital, the largest manager of mainly catastrophe and weather insurance linked securities and reinsurance linked assets, has lined up as one of the reinsurers supporting a technology-led cyber insurance company named Cowbell Cyber, signalling a step in the direction of specialty lines underwriting.Cowbell Cyber is an insurtech that leverages read the full article →

Nephila using Phinsys tech to support Lloyd’s managing agency efficiency

Nephila Capital, the largest investment manager of insurance and reinsurance linked securities (ILS) and weather risk assets, is working with financial technology software and service provider Phinsys on the launch of its Lloyd's managing agency.Nephila, through its recently approved and soon to launch independent Lloyd’s managing agency Nephila Syndicate Management read the full article →

Nephila could expand capacity for January if price improvements continue

In a sign that reinsurance market pricing has returned to more rational levels, the largest manager of catastrophe and weather insurance linked assets, Nephila Capital, could seek to expand its capacity for the January renewals if price improvements seen continued.That's according to analysts from Morgan Stanley who met with one read the full article →

Nephila’s independent Lloyd’s managing agency ready for launch

Nephila Capital, the largest investment manager of insurance and reinsurance linked securities (ILS) and weather risk assets, is nearing launch of its own independent Lloyd’s managing agency.Assisted by Lloyd's servicer and third party managing agent Asta, Nephila Capital is ready to launch its Nephila Syndicate Management Ltd. managing agency at read the full article →

Nephila’s $500m stamp target for syndicate 2357 looks easily in reach

Nephila Capital looks to be well on-track to reach its ambitious full-year stamp capacity target of $500 million for its Lloyd's syndicate 2357, as premiums ceded from fronted U.S. catastrophe exposed property risk are already building.Nephila Capital, the largest investment manager of catastrophe and weather insurance or reinsurance linked assets, read the full article →

Nephila’s Syndicate 2357 premium near doubles, stamp to reach $500m in 2019

Nephila Capital, the largest insurance and reinsurance linked investment manager, nearly doubled the amount of premiums underwritten through its Lloyd's of London Syndicate 2357 in full-year 2018.Nephila, the largest investment manager of catastrophe and weather insurance or reinsurance linked assets, has been leveraging the Syndicate 2357 vehicle at Lloyd’s of read the full article →

Nephila approved for managing agency at Lloyd’s, announces new hires

Nephila Capital, the largest manager of catastrophe and weather insurance and reinsurance linked investment funds, has had its application to transition to operating its own managing agency at Lloyd's approved by the market Board and has announced a number of hires.Nephila Capital has been operating Lloyd's of London Syndicate 2357 read the full article →

Catastrophes hit results of Nephila’s Syndicate 2357

While the major catastrophe losses of 2017 took their toll on the results of ILS fund manager Nephila Capital's Syndicate 2357 vehicle at Lloyd’s of London, driving the syndicate to a loss for the year, the manager is looking to expand on the use of the vehicle and as a read the full article →

Nephila almost doubles Syndicate 2357 capacity to $283.2m

Nephila Capital, the largest manager of catastrophe and weather insurance or reinsurance linked assets, has added a significant amount of capacity to its Syndicate 2357 vehicle at Lloyd’s of London, while the business mix written by the syndicate has changed as it supports the ILS manager's growing U.S. MGA activities.For read the full article →