Acclaimed for an increased insured book, team and deal volume in central and southern Europe
DUBLIN — Oct. 25, 2023 — Arch Insurance (EU) dac, a subsidiary of Arch Capital Group Ltd. (Arch) was awarded Credit Insurer of the Year in Structured Credit Investor’s (SCI) Capital Relief Trades (CRT) Awards 2023. The firm is Arch’s primary mortgage insurance operation in Europe and was recognised because of the recent, substantial growth of its European Significant Risk Transfer (SRT) business.
“SCI’s award is recognition of the investments we have made in building our European SRT team and leveraging our client relationships to take advantage of this growing market,” said Seamus Fearon, CEO, International Mortgage for the Global Mortgage Group at Arch. “The European SRT market allows us to meet our strategic objective of diversifying our global mortgage portfolio and helps our clients manage their credit risk and regulatory capital. We look forward to continued collaboration with our clients and partners.”
The CRT Awards are organized by SCI, a specialist publisher of news and analysis in the structured credit and asset backed securities markets. The awards commend excellence in the global capital relief trades market.
Winners were announced at the London SCI CRT Seminar on 19 October 2023. The full list of honourees can be found here.
About Arch Global Mortgage Group
The Arch Global Mortgage Group, part of Arch Capital Group Ltd., is focused on providing risk management, risk financing and capital optimizing insurance and reinsurance products to the housing sector worldwide. Through its distinct businesses in the United States, Bermuda, Europe and Australia, Arch pairs unparalleled expertise with financial strength to expand mortgage insurance opportunities worldwide.
About Arch Insurance (EU) dac
Arch Insurance (EU) dac is part of Arch Insurance International and provides comprehensive insurance products including: accident & health, cyber and technology, financial institutions, healthcare, professional liability, property and terrorism across multiple business sectors.
The company is based in Dublin with branch offices in the UK and select EU locations. Arch Insurance (EU) dac is a wholly owned subsidiary of Arch Capital Group Ltd. The company was formed and is authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland to write all classes of business (excluding Class 18).
About Arch Capital Group Ltd.
Arch Capital Group Ltd. (Nasdaq: ACGL) is a publicly listed Bermuda exempted company with approximately $17.4 billion in capital at June 30, 2023. Arch, which is part of the S&P 500 Index, provides insurance, reinsurance and mortgage insurance on a worldwide basis through its wholly owned subsidiaries.
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Source: Arch Mortgage Insurance Company