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Claims experience benefits Aetna’s Vitality Re medical benefit ILS deals

Ratings agency Standard & Poor's has upgraded or affirmed the ratings on a number of the medial benefit ratio insurance-linked securities (ILS) transactions sponsored by health insurer Aetna after receiving the annual reset results.S&P received updated modelled reset results from Milliman Inc., who provide risk modelling and calculation services for read the full article →

S&P upgrades Vitality Re and Vitality Re II on positive claims trends

A few weeks ago in January we wrote that ratings agency Standard & Poor's had placed the notes issued by Vitality Re Ltd. and Vitality Re II Ltd. on CreditWatch with positive implications. The two medical benefit ratio insurance-linked securities deals sponsored by Aetna had experienced positive claims trends and read the full article →

Improved claims experience leads S&P to be positive on Vitality Re and Vitality Re II

Hot on the heels of the launch of a third Vitality Re transaction which we covered here earlier, the two previous Vitality Re transactions issued by Aetna to cover health insurance risks linked to medical benefit claims ratios have both been placed on CreditWatch with positive implications by ratings agency read the full article →

S&P comment on rating methodology for medical benefit linked securitizations

Standard & Poor's has issued a press release which provides commentary on their approach to rating medical benefit linked securitization transactions such as the Vitality Re Ltd. and Vitality Re II Ltd. deals which were issued on behalf of insurer Aetna. The commentary provides some information on the factors that read the full article →

Aetna completes Vitality Re II Ltd. transaction, upsizes it to $150m

Aetna have completed their latest insurance-linked security transaction with a successful issuance under their Vitality Re II Ltd. Cayman Islands SPV. They've secured $150m of catastrophe bond type cover for their Health Re Inc. subsidiary making this their second medical benefit insurance-linked security transaction.Vitality Re II Ltd. Series 2011-1 began read the full article →

Vitality Re II Ltd. Series 2011-1 medical benefit linked securitization now marketing

After the success of their first medical benefit insurance-linked security transaction Vitality Re which came to market in December last year, Aetna are seeking to secure additional catastrophe bond type cover for their Health Re Inc. subsidiary through a second transaction.Vitality Re II Ltd. is a Cayman Islands domiciled SPV read the full article →