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  1. XOL balance accumulates through December 2022.
  2. Radnor Re 2020-2 ended in August 2022.

* Pricing has not been publicly disclosed for XOL deals


* Pricing has not been publicly disclosed for XOL deals.


  1. Insurance Linked Note (ILN) transactions are with Radnor Re (RMIR) entities.
    • The Radnor Re entities are Bermuda special purpose insurers and are not subsidiaries or affiliates of Essent Group Ltd.
  2. Stop-loss (XOL) agreements are entered into with panels of WE & global reinsurers.
  3. Radnor Re 2020-2 ended in August 2022.

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