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Swiss Re: Covid not a big event for sidecar, aims to expand ILS activity

Global reinsurance firm Swiss Re expects that while it seems that some losses from the Covid-19 pandemic could fall to its quota share sidecar investors, the amount won't be significant. Speaking this morning during the companies first-half earnings call, CFO of Swiss Re John Dacey said that the pandemic won't prove read the full article →

PGGM and Swiss Re deepen Viaduct Re sidecar relationship to $500m+

PGGM, the Dutch pension fund administrator and investment manager that has become the largest single source of assets in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, has expanded and deepened its private quota share sidecar relationship with reinsurance firm Swiss Re. In total, the Viaduct Re Ltd. private reinsurance sidecar arrangements between PGGM read the full article →

PGGM added an ILS relationship with PartnerRe in 2019

PGGM, the Dutch pension fund administrator and investment manager and the largest single source of assets in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, added a relationship with global reinsurance firm PartnerRe in 2019, as it expanded its ILS partner roster to ten. PGGM, which invests in the ILS and reinsurance market on read the full article →

Swiss Re well-hedged for hurricanes, thanks to alternative capital: CUO Schmid

With natural catastrophe reinsurance premiums underwritten having jumped at Swiss Re in the last year, the company has continued to make use of insurance-linked securities (ILS) investor appetite to help it prepare its portfolio for the coming hurricane season. Swiss Re's target for natural catastrophe premiums underwritten in the group's property read the full article →

PGGM adds private quota share with Swiss Re through Viaduct Re Ltd.

PGGM, the Dutch pension fund administrator and investment manager that has become the largest single source of assets in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, added a private quota share arrangement with reinsurance giant Swiss Re in 2019, using a special purpose insurer (SPI) named Viaduct Re Ltd. Last month we reported read the full article →