Gross written premiums grew steadily at Greenlight Capital Re in the first quarter as its CEO said he was pleased with the January renewals. But the company’s profits plummeted largely as a result of higher expenses.
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Greenlight Capital Re, Cayman Islands, First quarter 2017 results, Leonard Goldberg, North America