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Ariel Re sponsors its second cat bond, a $150m Titania Re 2021-2

Global reinsurance firm Ariel Re is back in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market seeking another catastrophe bond to benefit its Lloyd’s of London Syndicate 1910, with a $150 million Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-2) retro industry loss deal. Ariel Re secured its first catastrophe bond cover earlier this year, when it read the full article →

Titania Re cat bond an important part of Ariel Re’s strategy: CEO Mather

The recently completed $150 million Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-1) catastrophe bond is an important part of Ariel Re's strategy, according to the reinsurance firm's CEO Ryan Mather, who also said that partnership with ILS investors is beneficial to the company,  its clients and its owners. Ariel Re entered the catastrophe read the full article →

Ariel Re secures $150m Titania Re cat bond at 14% drop in price

Global reinsurance firm Ariel Re has now finalised its first catastrophe bond to benefit its Lloyd’s of London Syndicate 1910 with a price drop of roughly 14%, as the coupon was fixed at the low-end of reduced guidance for its $150 million Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-1) retro cat bond. Ariel read the full article →

Titania Re cat bond pricing looks set to fall roughly 10% for Ariel Re

The first catastrophe bond that will benefit reinsurance firm Ariel Re’s Lloyd’s of London Syndicate 1910 looks set to see its pricing fall by roughly 10%, as the marketed spreads dropped on the Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-1) retro cat bond. Ariel Re entered the catastrophe bond market with its first read the full article →

Ariel Re’s Syndicate 1910 seeks first cat bond with $150m Titania Re

Another new sponsor has entered the catastrophe bond market, with Ariel Re's Lloyd's of London Syndicate 1910 set to benefit from a targeted $150 million of retro protection from a Titania Re Ltd. (Series 2021-1) cat bond issuance, according to sources. Syndicate 1910 is the underwriting vehicle that private equity backed read the full article →