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Multiple positives from QBE’s first cat bond VenTerra: Jim Fiore

Education, timing and the ability to adequately cover separate perils across the globe were key reasons QBE Insurance Group (QBE) issued its first catastrophe bond at the end of 2013, and the firm’s Chief Reinsurance Officer, Jim Fiore, feels the experience was a good one. In late December 2013 QBE launched read the full article →

QBE ‘very happy’ with first Australian indemnity cat bond, VenTerra Re

Australian insurer QBE Insurance Group is 'very happy' with the successful completion of what is the first ever catastrophe bond to provide reinsurance cover for Australian perils on an indemnity basis, the $250m VenTerra Re Ltd. (Series 2013-1). The VenTerra Re catastrophe bond completed just before the New Year, adding its read the full article →

QBE’s VenTerra Re Ltd. cat bond grows to $250m, prices down

The first catastrophe bond transaction sponsored by Australian insurer QBE Insurance Group, VenTerra Re Ltd. (Series 2013-1), has will further lift the 2013 catastrophe bond issuance total as it has grown by $50m to now offer $250m of notes to investors. The VenTerra Re cat bond offers insurance-linked securities (ILS) investors some read the full article →

More details on QBE’s VenTerra Re Ltd. catastrophe bond

Some more details have become available on QBE Insurance Group's first catastrophe bond transaction, VenTerra Re Ltd. (Series 2013-1), which sees the insurer seeking reinsurance coverage from the capital markets for a number of perils including Australian risks. With the VenTerra Re cat bond QBE Insurance Group Ltd. is making its first read the full article →

VenTerra Re Ltd. cat bond brings Australian perils to market for QBE

According to sources an interesting catastrophe bond transaction has been launched for QBE insurance Group Ltd. The cat bond VenTerra Re Ltd. (Series 2013-1) will bring some welcome diversification to ILS investors through the inclusion of Australian perils. VenTerra Re Ltd., a Bermuda domiciled SPI, will seek to issue a single tranche read the full article →