Maiden Holdings, Ltd. has grown its premium income even in tough economic conditions, due to a strategy of writing reinsurance business for regional and specialty insurers in the US and Europe.
Now, with $2.8 billion in assets and an increasingly international platform, Maiden is ready to spread its wings.
Maiden Re executives would be forgiven for dwelling on how far they have come in two years.
In November 2008, Maiden Re was formed when Maiden Holdings (Maiden) bought GMAC Re, the successful reinsurance arm of the then troubled financial services giant GMAC.
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Maiden Holdings, Maiden Re, GMAC Re, Art Raschbaum