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Nephila’s new syndicate funded via Lloyd’s London Bridge Risk ILS structure

Nephila Capital's new specialty lines focused Syndicate 2358 at Lloyd's was funded via the market's insurance-linked securities (ILS) structure, London Bridge Risk PCC. The new specialty syndicate launch was announced by the world's largest ILS investment manager Nephila Capital earlier this morning. As we explained at the time, our sources had said read the full article →

Nephila launching specialty ILS Syndicate 2358 at Lloyd’s for Jan 1st

Nephila Capital, the largest investment manager focused on insurance and reinsurance as well as climate risk, has announced the launch of Syndicate 2358 at Lloyd's, which will have a specialty lines focus. The company said that Syndicate 2358 will allow Nephila Capital's investor-base to access the specialty insurance market via business read the full article →

Nephila Capital targets further growth for Syndicate 2357 at Lloyd’s

Nephila Capital, the largest dedicated investment manager in the insurance-linked securities (ILS), weather and catastrophe reinsurance space, is targeting further growth for its flagship Lloyd's of London Syndicate 2357 in 2021, with its stamp capacity lifted to almost $672 million this year. Nephila Capital has made Syndciate 2357 an integral part read the full article →

Nephila delays launch of new specialty Lloyd’s syndicate 2358

Nephila Capital, the largest dedicated manager of insurance-linked securities (ILS) and reinsurance linked investment funds, told us it is delaying the launch of its new specialty line focused Lloyd's syndicate 2358. Sources had told us the launch was likely to slip, as Nephila Capital lined up all of the necessary capital read the full article →

Nephila to name AXIS’ Louden as specialty syndicate active underwriter

Nephila Capital, the largest dedicated specialist insurance and reinsurance linked investment fund manager, is to appoint an active underwriter for its new specialty lines focused Syndicate 2358 at Lloyd’s. Ross Louden will join the company to take on this role later this year, the company confirmed, after a period of gardening read the full article →

Nephila Capital launching specialty focused Syndicate 2358 at Lloyd’s

Nephila Capital, the world's largest insurance and reinsurance linked investment fund manager, is expanding its activities in the key Lloyd's of London marketplace with the launch of a new syndicate that will follow selected specialty lines underwriters performance. Syndicate 2358 at Lloyd's is being launched by Nephila Capital through its dedicated read the full article →

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 →