RenaissanceRe Holdings' Management Presents At Barclays Global Financial Services Conference (Transcript)

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd. (RNR)

Barclays Global Financial Services Conference Call

September 10, 2012 2:45 pm ET


Jeffrey D. Kelly – Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer


Jay H. Gelb – Barclays Capital, Inc.


Jay H. Gelb – Barclays Capital, Inc.

Hi, everyone. I am Jay Gelb from Barclays. We’re very pleased to have with us today RenaissanceRe. Renaissance is a leading global provider of property catastrophe and specialty reinsurance coverage with a notable and superior long-term track record of book value growth. We’re very pleased to have with us today RenaissanceRe’s Chief Financial Officer, Jeff Kelly. So with that, I'll turn it over to Jeff.

Jeffrey D. Kelly

Thanks Jay, and good afternoon everybody. I will apologize in advance, as I was just telling Jay in addition to living in a climate prone to moles and other allergies, I managed to get a headcold over the weekend from which I am recovering, so hopefully that won't cause me too much unpleasantness here.

So as Jay said, I am the Chief Financial Officer of RenaissanceRe and I have the distinct pleasure of talking to you today about what I think is a really unique company with a really unique history, and I can tell you that, it is an incredibly interesting, intense and fun place to work, in addition to not being in a bad location in Bermuda.

So before I get started, let me call your attention to the Safe Harbor statement on the screen covering forward-looking statements, as well as the fact that I'll be using some non-GAAP measures and financial performance in the presentation.

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