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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 →

Hannover Re gains Lloyd’s investment business in Argenta acquisition

German reinsurance giant Hannover Re has gained an interesting new business arm with the completion of its acquisition of Lloyd's of London focused player Argenta Holdings today, as it now takes ownership of Argenta Private Capital which helps investors to access the returns of Lloyd's underwriting business.When the acquisition of 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 →

Verto Syndicate 2689 aims to ease private capital access to Lloyd’s

Verto Syndicate 2689, a newly approved "in principle" Lloyd's of London syndicate, aims to ease access to the returns of Lloyd's underwriting business for private capital investors through proportional quota share reinsurance of other syndicates.Private capital consists of high-net worth, family office and some institutional investors and has been accessing the read the full article →

Nephila syndicate among top performers at Lloyd’s: S&P

Nephila Syndicate 2357, the first Lloyd’s of London syndicate backed by an insurance-linked securities (ILS) manager, was among the top performers of all Lloyd’s syndicates in 2015, according to ratings agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P).In a recent report, S&P explores the performance of Lloyd’s syndicates that operated in both 2014 read the full article →

Nephila’s Syndicate 2357 doubles profit, ups capacity by 68% for 2016

Lloyd’s of London Syndicate 2357, backed by the largest manager of catastrophe and weather insurance or reinsurance linked assets, Nephila Capital, more than doubled its full-year profit in 2015 and has increased its stamp capacity for 2016 by 68% to $178.9m.Syndicate 2357 at Lloyd’s is 100% backed ILS investment manager read the full article →

Argo expands use of third-party capital in its Lloyd’s Syndicate 1200

International specialty insurance and reinsurance firm Argo Group is deepening its relationship with third-party capital investors by expanding the use of investor money, alongside its own, in its Lloyd's of London Syndicate 1200.Argo is no stranger to third-party capital and letting capital market investors work alongside its to share in read the full article →