Markel Corporation posted a solid set of underwriting results in 2015 despite what its executive chairman described as challenging market conditions. But its gross written premiums shrank slightly and its comprehensive income to shareholders was hit hard by a big decrease in net unrealized gains on investments.
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Markel, Full Year 2015 Results, Alan Kirshner, North America