Reinsurance

OCIL is a reinsurer that supports aggregate stop loss, quota share, excess of loss and industry loss warranty structures.

Examples of reinsurance transactions written:

  • Excess of loss treaty covering excess liability exposures for North American utilities and pipelines
  • Excess of loss treaty reinsurance covering D&O, employment practices, fiduciary and excess liability exposures of North American utilities and Midstream Energy Co.
  • Aggregate excess of loss treaty covering aggregate liability losses for a U.S. reinsured
  • Reinsurance behind a segregated cell captive insurance company covering wildfire related liabilities of an energy company
  • Quota share reinsurance treaty covering liability for a specialty book of predominantly energy clients written by a Lloyd’s syndicate
  • Quota share reinsurance treaty covering property exposures associated with North American Utilities
  • Quota share treaty covering liability, OEE, and property/BI for E&P operators in Canada
  • Onshore property quota share treaty for midstream and downstream energy companies
  • Upstream property quota share treaty covering international risks
  • Offshore energy property damage quota share