Mau 2008

Catalina Holdings (Bermuda) Ltd acquires Quanta Capital Holdings Ltd
for $197 million in cash

Catalina Holdings (Bermuda) Ltd acquires Quanta Capital Holdings Ltd for $197 million in Cash

Catalina Holdings (Bermuda) Ltd ("Catalina") and its wholly owned subsidiary Catalina Alpha Ltd entered into a definitive amalgamation agreement on May 30, 2008 to acquire Quanta Capital Holdings Ltd ("Quanta"). Quanta is a Bermuda holding company, listed on NASDAQ, with interests in specialty insurance and reinsurance that it is actively running off. Catalina will maintain Quanta's offices in Bermuda, Ireland and the United States.

Pursuant to the amalgamation agreement, Catalina agreed to acquire Quanta in a transaction valued at approximately $197 million, representing $2.80 per share in cash for Quanta's common shareholders, which in turn represents a 55% premium to the volume-weighted average sale price per share over the 30 calendar days ending May 29, 2008.

July 2007- Catalina Holdings (Bermuda) Ltd raises over $340 million of committed equity capital from four institutional investors- Royal Bank of Scotland, Nomura International, Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec and Century Capital - and from its executive management team.

Thinking of selling?

If you are thinking of selling your run-off, contact Mayur Patel, Head of M&A or Chris Fagan, Chief Executive.
T: +44 207 265 5059
E: mayurpatel@catalinare.com

T: +1 441 294 6355
E: chrisfagan@catalinare.com

Use Catalina to generate value
through run-off

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

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