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Lancashire Capital Management grew roughly 20% in 2019

Lancashire Capital Management Limited, the third-party capital collateralised reinsurance underwriting arm of specialty insurance and reinsurance group Lancashire Holdings, grew roughly 20% during 2019, to enter the 2020 renewal season with somewhere north of an estimated $600 million of limit available to deploy.In the current market environment, Lancashire Capital Management's read the full article →

Lancashire Capital Management anticipates mid-teen returns for 2019

Lancashire Capital Management Limited, the third-party capital collateralised reinsurance underwriting arm of specialty insurance and reinsurance group Lancashire Holdings Limited, expects to deliver an impressive mid-teen return to its investors from its investment strategy for 2019.Reflective of a year when rates were increasing and catastrophe losses and large risk losses read the full article →

Lancashire’s third-party capital fees rise as transition to “harder stage of cycle” begins

Specialty insurance and reinsurance group Lancashire Holdings Limited has benefited from higher fees within its now rebranded third-party capital collateralised reinsurance underwriting arm Lancashire Capital Management Limited, a reflection of increasing assets under management.This coincides with the improvement in pricing in the global reinsurance and retrocession market, which CEO of read the full article →

Kinesis, re-engineered at higher attachment points, sees opportunity in 2020

Kinesis, the soon to be re-branded collateralised reinsurance offering of specialty insurance and reinsurance group Lancashire Holdings Limited, has been re-engineered in response to recent catastrophe activity and sees opportunities for 2020 given expectations on market conditions.Lancashire revealed recently that its third-party capital collateralised reinsurance underwriting arm Kinesis Capital Management read the full article →

Lancashire sees continued rate improvements, to rebrand Kinesis at 1/1

Specialty insurance and reinsurance group Lancashire Holdings Limited has continued to seek out profitable growth in a firming market and believes the rate improvements will continue into 2020, as the market shows increasing levels of discipline.The company has also revealed that it will rebrand its third-party capital collateralised reinsurance underwriting read the full article →

Kinesis growth continues, limits deployed up 50% in last year

Kinesis Capital Management, the collateralized retrocessional reinsurance unit of specialty re/insurer Lancashire Holdings Limited, has continued to grow its assets under management, taking advantage of opportunities to deploy more limits in the second-quarter.At the January 1st reinsurance renewals this year, the Kinesis unit stood with assets under management that had read the full article →

Lancashire “encouraged” by improving discipline & pricing: CEO Maloney

Lancashire Holdings is "encouraged" by the evidence of improvements in discipline and pricing across the insurance and reinsurance market, according to its CEO Alex Maloney.The global specialty focused insurance and reinsurance firm reported its results today, along with the CEO giving his view on how the market is responding to read the full article →

Lancashire CFO Whelan to retire in 2020

Elaine Whelan, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Lancashire Group and executive director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lancashire’s Bermuda-based subsidiary, Lancashire Insurance Company Limited, is to retire from the company in 2020.She will continue her roles through the remainder of 2019 and the 2019 financial year-end process, with read the full article →

Kinesis seeing more opportunities as market turns: Lancashire CEO

Kinesis Capital Management, the third-party collateralized reinsurance arm of Lancashire Holdings, is seeing much more in the way of underwriting opportunities in the currently turning market, according to Alex Maloney, CEO of Lancashire.We already knew that Kinesis had grown its assets under management by around 20% at the start of read the full article →

Evidence re/insurance is going through a transition: Lancashire CEO Maloney

There is evidence that the insurance and reinsurance market is going through a transition right now, according to Lancashire Holdings CEO Alex Maloney.After the consecutive years of softening rates across many areas of insurance and reinsurance, followed by two years of challenging catastrophe losses that have hit certain areas of read the full article →