Bermuda-based specialty re/insurer Lancashire Holdings has decided against paying a special dividend in 2017 and instead to deploy the capital in a hardening market but analysts commented that the company also faces higher retrocession rates, according to a Bernstein note.
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Lancashire Holdings, Results, Rates, Insurance, Reinsurance, Retrocession, Natural Catastrophe, North America, Bermuda