Nephila AuM dips $200mn in Q1 to $8.6bn
Nephila posted a $200mn dip in assets under management (AuM) to reach $8.6bn at the end of Q1, but still managed to report consistent operating revenues for parent Markel.
Nephila AuM: The Bermuda platform’s AuM was down by $900mn year-on-year, much of which was shed in 2021. It had been $8.8bn
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