Compre is a leading global specialty reinsurance business, with over 30 years of experience. We provide capital and liability solutions, giving certainty to our clients on their portfolios.

We provide a differentiating experience through disciplined underwriting and our one team approach, making us your partner of choice.

Our vision

To be a leading global specialty reinsurer that provides capital and liability solutions, giving certainty to our clients on their portfolios, through a disciplined and collaborative approach.


Our business


  • Strong roots in the European legacy market
  • Managing and acquiring business in Europe for over 30 years with positive regulatory and client relationships
  • Bothnia International Insurance Company Limited (Finland) with a regulated branch in Hamburg (Germany) 
  • More than ten company acquisitions in Germany, Finland, Switzerland and more than 25 portfolio transfers

Our business

  • Legacy Syndicate approved in early 2021
  • Signed two RITC transactions with Apollo Syndicate 1969 and Axa Syndicate 3330
  • In partnership with Apollo
  • Innovative mid-market player with strong client focus

Our business

North America


  • Extensive experience in US direct and reinsurance claims across several longtail classes of business
  • Pallas Reinsurance Company Ltd, Class 3B reinsurer is our intragroup reinsurer and primary counterparty for US collateralised retrospective reinsurance transactions
  • Headquartered in Bermuda with extensive operations in the US, supporting growth ambitions across our Centers of Excellence

We will take care of you.

Our one team approach delivers a smooth transaction experience.

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Through a collaborative and transparent approach between your team and ours, we deliver an outcome that exceeds expectations.

We enable you to build a better future, without the weight of the past.

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We provide exit solutions that provide operational and capital optimisation attached to non-core and prior year liabilities and deliver economic and legal finality.

We are privately owned by top-tier investors

Our core values

We value each other

We are empowered and accountable

We are progressive and innovative

We are collaborative and inclusive

We are authentic

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Key facts

Our team

  • Operations in Bermuda, Finland, Germany, London, Malta, Switzerland and the United States
    where we operate
  • We are multi-lingual, multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural, we pride ourselves on being “global yet local”
  • We have positive relationships with regulators in multiple jurisdictions developed over the years and our close collaborations in the various markets in which we operate


  • Compre has transacted with major financial institutions including Allianz, Axa, Generali, Gjensidige, Hannover Re, HSBC, QBE, Swiss Re, and SiriusPoint
  • Over 30 years of experience
  • Completed transactions in Europe involving 12 different regulators

Company acquisition


Patria Re (Finland)

ST International (Finland)

Bothnia (Finland)

Moorgate (UK)

WI Insurance (Wasa) (Sweden) 

Stockholm Re (Sweden) 

London & Leith (UK) 

Hamburger Internationale Rückversicherung AG

DubliMont DAC (Ireland) 

Apollo RITC (S1969) (UK) 

Axa RITC (S3330) (UK)

Portfolio acquisition

If P&C (Finland)

Tryg Vesta (Denmark)

LF (8 portfolios) (Sweden)

Sparebank 1 (2 portfolios

Unison (3 portfolios) (Norway)

Gjensidige (2 portfolios) (Norway)

Wüstenrot & Württembergische RFP (Germany)

Swiss Re International SE Gibbon (Luxembourg)

Atlantic Mutual (2 portfolios) (UK)

LVM (Germany)

QBE (2 portfolios) (UK)

Allianz IARD RFP (France)

AG Insurance UK Branch (Belgium)

Axa Insurance Gibbon (Switzerland)

Allianz  Deutschland (Germany) Generali (2 portfolios) (Italy)

Hannover Re / E+S Re (3 Portfolios) (Germany)

Basler Versicherung Gibbon (Switzerland)

Helvetia Swiss Gibbon (Switzerland)

AG Insurance (Belgium)

Partner Re (Ireland)

Confidential (2 portfolios) (Portugal and US)

SiriusPoint (USA)

Covéa (Irish)


European casualty and motor liabilities (Undisclosed)