FOCUSED ON NON-LIFE RUN OFF

Catalina is focused only on non-life insurance and reinsurance
companies and portfolios in run-off.

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PROVEN IN THE INDUSTRY

Catalina has made Twenty-four acquisitions with
total assets of $6.3 billion.

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WELL CAPITALISED

has an equity capital base in excess of $533 million and total capital employed in excess of $1bn
and a highly experienced team.

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REGULATED INTERNATIONALLY

Catalina's businesses are approved by regulators in Bermuda,
USA, UK and Switzerland.

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About Catalina

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Catalina, a Bermuda based group, acquires and manages non-life insurance and reinsurance companies and portfolios in run-off. We offer owners of legacy liabilities finality through outright acquisition. Alternatively, we consider co-venturing, profit sharing or partnership structures.

Generate value through run-off

Selling to Catalina allows businesses to refocus on core activities, unlock capital, reduce costs and achieve a clean exit from liabilities.

Catalina is:

  • focused on non-life run off
  • proven in the industry
  • well established
  • regulated internationally

Acquisitions

Catalina completes acquisition of Hartford Financial Products International Limited and Downlands Liability Management Limited
Total assets acquired by Catalina
US$6.3bn

"HFPI is a large and well diversified business, the majority of which has been in run-off since 1993. It is managed by a professional and experienced team at DLM who will strengthen the breadth and diversity of Catalina’s UK business."

Chris Fagan
Chairman and Chief Executive

Catalina has also acquired AGF, PX Re,Papiro AG,Legacy insurance liabilities of Quinn Insurance Limited,AS Re Bermuda, Residential Loss Control Holdings, Glacier Re, Western General Insurance, Alea UK and Quanta. The original acquisition, Overseas Partners, was renamed Catalina Re Ltd.

Shareholders

Catalina has the backing of major international financial institutions.
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