RenaissanceRe Reports Net Income of $41.7 Million for the Fourth Quarter of 2012 or $0.87 Per Diluted Common Share; Quarterly

  RenaissanceRe Reports Net Income of $41.7 Million for the Fourth Quarter of
  2012 or $0.87 Per Diluted Common Share; Quarterly Operating Income of $31.0
  Million or $0.65 Per Diluted Common Share

  Annual Net Income of $566.0 Million for 2012 or $11.23 Per Diluted Common
 Share; Annual Operating Income of $402.4 Million or $7.93 Per Diluted Common
                                    Share

Business Wire

PEMBROKE, Bermuda -- February 6, 2013

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: RNR) today reported net income available to
RenaissanceRe common shareholders of $41.7 million or $0.87 per diluted common
share in the fourth quarter of 2012, compared to $81.8 million or $1.58 per
diluted common share in the fourth quarter of 2011. Operating income available
to RenaissanceRe common shareholders was $31.0 million or $0.65 per diluted
common share for the fourth quarter of 2012, compared to $58.0 million and
$1.11, respectively, in the fourth quarter of 2011. The Company reported an
annualized return on average common equity of 5.2% and an annualized operating
return on average common equity of 3.9% in the fourth quarter of 2012,
compared to 10.8% and 7.7%, respectively, in the fourth quarter of 2011. Book
value per common share decreased $0.06, or 0.1%, in the fourth quarter of 2012
to $68.14, compared to a 2.4% increase in the fourth quarter of 2011. Tangible
book value per common share plus accumulated dividends increased $0.20, or
0.3%, in the fourth quarter of 2012 to $79.28, compared to a 3.1% increase in
the fourth quarter of 2011. During the fourth quarter of 2012, the Company
repurchased 2.8 million common shares in open market transactions and a
privately negotiated transaction at an aggregate cost of $222.5 million and at
an average share price of $80.03.

For the year ended December 31, 2012, the Company reported net income
available to RenaissanceRe common shareholders of $566.0 million or $11.23 per
diluted common share, compared to a net loss attributable to RenaissanceRe
common shareholders of $92.2 million or $1.84 per diluted common share in
2011. Operating income available to RenaissanceRe common shareholders was
$402.4 million or $7.93 per diluted common share for 2012, compared to an
operating loss attributable to RenaissanceRe common shareholders of $162.4
million or $3.22 per diluted common share in 2011. The Company reported a
return on average common equity of 17.7% and an operating return on average
common equity of 12.6% in 2012, compared to negative 3.0% and negative 5.3%,
respectively, in 2011. Book value per common share increased $8.87, or 15.0%,
in 2012 to $68.14, compared to a 5.3% decrease in the 2011. Tangible book
value per common share plus accumulated dividends increased $9.91, or 17.0%,
in 2012 to $79.28, compared to a 1.8% decrease in 2011. During 2012, the
Company repurchased 6.4 million common shares in open market transactions and
a privately negotiated transaction at an aggregate cost of $494.4 million and
at an average share price of $77.26.

See Comments on Regulation G for a reconciliation of non-GAAP measures.

Neill A. Currie, CEO, commented: "I am pleased to report $41.7 million of net
income in the fourth quarter, despite incurring $127.0 million of net negative
impact from Sandy. For the year, we generated $566.0 million of net income, a
12.6% operating ROE and 17.0% growth in tangible book value per share
excluding dividends."

Mr. Currie added: "Our performance in 2012 reflected the value of our "Three
Superiors" - superior customer relationships, superior risk selection and
superior capital management. As we enter our twentieth year of operation, we
remain focused on perpetuating these strengths along with the discipline that
has served our clients, joint venture partners and shareholders so well over
the long-term."

FOURTH QUARTER 2012 HIGHLIGHTS ^ (1)

  *Underwriting income of $4.3 million and a combined ratio of 98.5%,
    compared to $127.1 million and 36.2%, respectively. These results were
    primarily driven by storm Sandy which negatively impacted the Company's
    underwriting results by $127.0 million and added 60.7 percentage points to
    the combined ratio.
  *Total investment income of $50.3 million, which includes the sum of net
    investment income, net realized and unrealized gains on investments and
    net other-than-temporary impairments, compared to $76.8 million. The
    decrease was driven by lower total returns in the Company's fixed maturity
    investment portfolio as a result of lower investment yields across most
    sectors during the quarter compared to the prior year, combined with
    weaker returns in the Company's portfolio of other investments,
    principally as a result of lower returns for the Company's private equity
    investments.
  *Equity in earnings from other ventures of $6.6 million, improved $29.3
    million from a loss of $22.7 million, primarily driven by equity in
    earnings in Top Layer Re of $6.0 million, compared to a loss of $22.6
    million, due to the absence of losses during the quarter compared to net
    losses related to the Tohoku earthquake in the comparative quarter.
  *Net income attributable to redeemable noncontrolling interests of $9.7
    million decreased from $25.4 million, primarily impacted by a decrease in
    profitability of DaVinciRe as a result of storm Sandy and partially offset
    by a decrease in the Company's ownership percentage in DaVinciRe from
    42.8% at December31, 2011 to 30.8% at December31, 2012.

Storm Sandy

The following is supplemental financial data regarding the net financial
statement impact on the Company's segment underwriting results and
consolidated results for the fourth quarter of 2012 due to storm Sandy:

                                                              
                                     Storm Sandy
  Quarter ended December 31, 2012    Reinsurance    Lloyd's       Consolidated
  (in thousands, except percentages)
  Net claims and claim expenses      $ (169,477 )   $ (18,467 )   $ (187,944 )
  incurred
  Reinstatement premiums earned      36,030         1,407         37,437
  Ceded reinstatement premiums       (385       )   —             (385       )
  earned
  Lost profit commissions            1,771         —            1,771      
  Net negative impact on             $ (132,061 )   $ (17,060 )   (149,121   )
  underwriting result
  Redeemable noncontrolling interest                              22,160     
  - DaVinciRe
  Net negative impact ^(2)                                        $ (126,961 )
  Percentage point impact on         63.9           55.6          60.7
  consolidated combined ratio

Underwriting Results by Segment ^(1)

Reinsurance Segment

Gross premiums written in the Reinsurance segment were $57.7 million, an
increase of $38.4 million. Excluding the impact of $36.5 million of
reinstatement premiums written during the fourth quarter of 2012, including
$36.0 million from storm Sandy, and $5.3 million of reinstatement premiums
written in the fourth quarter of 2011 from large losses, gross premiums
written increased $7.2 million, reflecting relatively flat market conditions.

Managed catastrophe premiums totaled $27.1 million, an increase of $26.3
million; however, excluding the impact of reinstatement premiums written of
$37.9 million during the fourth quarter of 2012 and $5.5 million of net
reinstatement premiums written in the fourth quarter of 2011 from large
losses, managed catastrophe premiums of negative $10.8 million were down $6.2
million primarily as a result of $9.2 million of net negative premium
adjustments during the quarter. The Company's managed catastrophe premiums are
prone to significant volatility due to the timing of contract inception and
also due to the business being characterized by a relatively small number of
relatively large transactions. In addition, gross premiums written in the
specialty unit were $34.1 million, an increase of $13.0 million, or 61.5%, due
to the inception of several new quota share contracts.

The Reinsurance segment generated underwriting income of $24.4 million and a
combined ratio of 90.2%, compared to $135.3 million and 23.2%, respectively,
primarily as a result of a $164.6 million increase in net claims and claim
expenses principally due to $169.5 million related to storm Sandy, and
partially offset by a $71.8 million increase in net premiums earned due to an
increase in gross premiums written, as discussed above. Storm Sandy had a net
negative impact on the Reinsurance segment's underwriting result of $132.1
million and increased its combined ratio by 63.9 percentage points.

The Reinsurance segment experienced $39.3 million of favorable development on
prior year reserves, compared to $32.0 million, including $24.5 million and
$14.9 million of favorable development in the catastrophe and specialty units,
respectively. Favorable development within the catastrophe unit is primarily
due to reductions in estimated ultimate losses on the 2010 Chilean earthquake
of $24.6 million and on a number of other catastrophes of $13.9 million,
partially offset by adverse development related to the 2010 and 2011 New
Zealand earthquakes of $13.9 million. The specialty unit experienced prior
accident years favorable development of $14.9 million principally due to
better than expected loss emergence on a number of relatively small events.

Lloyd's Segment

Gross premiums written in the Lloyd's segment were $26.2 million, an increase
of $2.4 million, or 10.3%, primarily due to continued growth within the
segment. The Lloyd's segment incurred an underwriting loss of $14.5 million
and a combined ratio of 140.9%, compared to $11.1 million and 149.0%,
respectively. Included in net claims and claim expenses of $30.0 million is
$18.5 million due to storm Sandy. Storm Sandy had a net negative impact on the
Lloyd's segment's underwriting result of $17.1 million and increased its
combined ratio by 55.6 percentage points.

Other Items ^(1)

  *On October 1, 2012, the Company entered into a loss portfolio transfer in
    respect of its contractor's liability book of business within Glencoe
    Insurance Ltd., whereby the Company transferred net liabilities of $29.1
    million, resulting in a loss of $7.4 million which was recorded as prior
    accident years net claims and claims expenses in the Company's Other
    segment in the fourth quarter of 2012.
  *The Company's weather and energy risk management operations generated
    pre-tax income of $8.6 million, compared to a pre-tax loss of $41.3
    million, primarily due to positive trading results driven by winter
    positions in the United Kingdom combined with the absence of the losses
    which were experienced during the fourth quarter of 2011 as a result of
    unusually warm weather experienced in the United Kingdom and certain parts
    of the United States during late 2011.
  *On November27, 2012, the Company announced a mandatory partial redemption
    of 6.0 million of its outstanding Series D Preference Shares at a
    redemption price of $25.00 per Series D Preference Share. The partial
    redemption was allocated by random lottery in accordance with the
    Depository Trust Company's rules and procedures and on December 27, 2012
    the Company redeemed the 6.0 million Series D Preference Shares called for
    redemption for $150.0 million plus accrued and unpaid dividends thereon.
    Following this transaction, 6.0 million Series D Preference Shares remain
    outstanding.
  *During the fourth quarter of 2012, the Company repurchased 2.8 million
    common shares in open market transactions and a privately negotiated
    transaction at an aggregate cost of $222.5 million and at an average share
    price of $80.03.
  *Subsequent to December31, 2012 and through the period ending February 5,
    2013, the Company repurchased 1.4 million common shares in open market
    transactions at an aggregate cost of $111.3 million and at an average
    share price of $81.29.

FULL YEAR 2012 HIGHLIGHTS  ^(3)

  *Gross premiums written increased $116.6 million, or 8.1% for the year, to
    $1,551.6 million. Excluding the impact of $20.1 million and $160.3 million
    of net reinstatement premiums written from large losses in 2012 and 2011,
    respectively, gross premiums written increased $256.8 million, or 20.1%
    for the year, due to a combination of improved pricing during the 2012
    renewals within the Company's core markets, and continued growth across
    most lines of business within the Company's specialty unit and Lloyd's
    segment.
  *Underwriting income of $451.3 million and a combined ratio of 57.8%,
    compared to an underwriting loss of $177.2 million and a combined ratio of
    118.6%, was positively impacted by a decrease in net claims and claim
    expenses of $536.0 million due to significantly lower insured losses in
    respect of large events. Included in underwriting income for 2012 was
    $149.1 million and $26.3 million of underwriting losses related to storm
    Sandy and hurricane Isaac, respectively, which added a total of 19.0
    percentage points to the combined ratio. In 2011 a number of large losses
    (namely the 2011 New Zealand and Tohoku earthquakes, the large U.S.
    tornadoes, the Australian floods, losses arising from aggregate contracts,
    hurricane Irene and the Thailand floods (collectively referred to as the
    “2011 Large Losses”)) resulted in $725.2 million of underwriting losses
    and added 85.4 percentage points to the Company's combined ratio.
    Favorable development on prior accident years was $158.0 million, compared
    to $132.0 million, as discussed in more detail below.
  *Total investment income of $331.6 million, which includes the sum of net
    investment income, net realized and unrealized gains on investments and
    net other-than-temporary impairments, compared to $180.1 million. The
    increase in investment income was primarily due to higher total returns on
    the Company's fixed maturity investment portfolio as a result of the
    significant tightening of credit spreads and declining interest rates
    combined with higher average invested assets and an increase in net
    investment income of $38.4 million from the Company's other investments
    which was principally related to improved returns from the Company's
    portfolio of senior secured bank loan funds.
  *Other loss deteriorated $22.2 million to a loss of $22.9 million,
    primarily as a result of the Company's ceded reinsurance contracts
    accounted for at fair value which incurred a loss of $4.6 million,
    compared to income of $37.4 million, principally as a result of net
    recoverables from the Tohoku earthquake which did not reoccur in 2012, and
    partially offset by lower pre-tax trading losses of $20.8 million,
    compared to $45.0 million, within the Company's weather and energy risk
    management operations.
  *Equity in earnings of other ventures of $23.2 million compared to a loss
    of $36.5 million, primarily due to equity in earnings of Top Layer Re of
    $20.8 million, compared to a loss of $37.5 million, as a result of the
    absence of net claims and claim expenses in Top Layer Re during the year,
    compared to net claims and claim expenses related to the 2011 New Zealand
    and Tohoku earthquakes.
  *Net income attributable to redeemable noncontrolling interests of $148.0
    million, compared to a net loss attributable to redeemable noncontrolling
    interests of $33.2 million, primarily due to increased profits at
    DaVinciRe as a result of significantly lower net claims and claim expenses
    in respect of large events and improved investment results and partially
    offset by a decrease in the Company's ownership percentage in DaVinciRe
    from 42.8% at December31, 2011 to 30.8% at December31, 2012.

Underwriting Results by Segment ^(3)

Reinsurance Segment

Gross premiums written in the Reinsurance segment were $1,392.1 million, an
increase of $68.9 million, or 5.2%. Excluding the impact of $18.7 million and
$159.8 million of net reinstatement premiums written from large losses in 2012
and 2011, respectively, gross premiums written increased $210.0 million, or
18.1%, primarily due to improved market conditions in the Company's core
markets during the 2012 renewals. Included in net reinstatement premiums
written of $18.7 million in 2012 is $36.0 million related to storm Sandy, and
$8.9 million related to hurricane Isaac, partially offset by $16.3 million and
$9.9 million of negative reinstatement premiums written related to the 2011
New Zealand earthquake and Tohoku, respectively. Gross premiums written in the
specialty unit for 2012 were $209.9 million, an increase of $64.0 million, or
43.9%, compared to 2011, due to the inception of several new quota share
contracts.

For 2012, managed catastrophe premiums totaled $1,291.7 million, an increase
of $172.8 million, or 15.7%, compared to 2011, excluding the impact of $18.5
million and $160.3 million of net reinstatement premiums written from large
losses in 2012 and 2011, respectively. The Company's managed catastrophe
premiums are prone to significant volatility due to the timing of contract
inception and also due to the business being characterized by a relatively
small number of relatively large transactions.

The Reinsurance segment generated underwriting income of $481.0 million and a
combined ratio of 49.2%, compared to incurring an underwriting loss of $124.8
million and 114.3%, respectively. The $605.8 million improvement in the
underwriting result and 65.1 percentage point decrease in the combined ratio
was principally due to a $533.9 million decrease in current accident year
losses combined with an increase of $73.3 million in net premiums earned.
Hurricane Isaac and storm Sandy negatively impacted the Reinsurance segment's
underwriting result by $157.9 million, compared to 2011 which was negatively
impacted by $695.5 million related to the 2011 Large Losses.

The Reinsurance segment experienced favorable development on prior years
reserves of $144.7 million, including $110.6 million and $34.1 million from
the catastrophe and specialty units, respectively. Favorable development
within the catastrophe unit is primarily due to reductions in estimated
ultimate losses on the 2010 Chilean earthquake of $24.6 million, the 2008
hurricanes of $17.5 million, the June 2007 U.K. floods of $17.3 million, the
2005 hurricanes of $6.4 million, hurricane Irene of $4.6 million, the Tohoku
earthquake of $3.9 million, a number of other catastrophes totaling $57.7
million and partially offset by adverse development related to the 2010 and
2011 New Zealand earthquakes of $21.5 million primarily due to an increase in
estimated ultimate losses. Favorable development within the specialty unit
included $14.4 million associated with actuarial assumption changes,
principally in the Company's casualty and medical malpractice lines of
business, and primarily as a result of revised initial expected claims ratios
and claim development factors due to actual experience coming in better than
expected, and $19.7 million related to actual reported loss activity coming in
better than expected.

Lloyd's Segment

For 2012, gross premiums written in the Lloyd's segment were $160.0 million,
an increase of $48.4 million, or 43.4%, primarily as a result of continued
growth across all lines of business within the segment. The Lloyd's segment
incurred an underwriting loss of $25.8 million and a combined ratio of 121.0%,
compared to $47.6 million and 162.4%, respectively. The Lloyd's segment was
negatively impacted by storm Sandy in 2012 which resulted in $17.1 million of
underwriting losses and increased the combined ratio by 16.2 percentage
points, compared to 2011 which was negatively impacted by the 2011 Large
Losses and resulted in $29.7 million of underwriting losses.

Other Items ^(3)

  *During 2012, the Company repurchased 6.4 million common shares in open
    market transactions and a privately negotiated transaction at an aggregate
    cost of $494.4 million and at an average share price of $77.26.
  *During January 2013, DaVinciRe redeemed shares from certain DaVinciRe
    shareholders, including the Company, while certain other existing
    DaVinciRe shareholders purchased additional shares in DaVinciRe. The net
    redemption as a result of these transactions was $150.0 million. The
    Company's ownership in DaVinciRe was 30.8% at December31, 2012 and
    subsequent to the above transactions, its ownership in DaVinciRe increased
    to 32.9% effective January 1, 2013.

This Press Release includes certain non-GAAP financial measures including
“operating income (loss) available (attributable) to RenaissanceRe common
shareholders”, “operating income (loss) available (attributable) to
RenaissanceRe common shareholders per common share - diluted”, “operating
return on average common equity - annualized”, “managed catastrophe premiums”,
"tangible book value per common share" and "tangible book value per common
share plus accumulated dividends." A reconciliation of such measures to the
most comparable GAAP figures in accordance with Regulation G is presented in
the attached supplemental financial data.

Please refer to the “Investor Information - Financial Reports - Financial
Supplements” section of the Company's website at www.renre.com for a copy of
the Financial Supplement which includes additional information on the
Company's financial performance.

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd. will host a conference call on Thursday, February
7, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. (ET) to discuss this release. Live broadcast of the
conference call will be available through the “Investor Information - Company
Webcasts” section of RenaissanceRe's website at www.renre.com.

As of December 31, 2012, the Company undertook a review of its reportable
segments and concluded that its former Insurance segment no longer warranted
separate disclosure as a reportable segment. As such, the results of
operations of the former Insurance segment have been included in the Company's
Other category, and all prior periods presented herein have been reclassified
to conform with the current year presentation.

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd. is a global provider of reinsurance and insurance.
The Company's business consists of two reportable segments: (i) Reinsurance,
which includes catastrophe reinsurance, specialty reinsurance and certain
property catastrophe and specialty joint ventures managed by the Company's
ventures unit, and (ii) Lloyd's, which includes reinsurance and insurance
business written through Syndicate 1458.

Cautionary Statement under “Safe Harbor” Provisions of the Private Securities
Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Statements made in this earnings release
contain information about the Company's future business prospects. These
statements may be considered “forward-looking.” These statements are subject
to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ
materially from those set forth in or implied by such forward-looking
statements. For further information regarding cautionary statements and
factors affecting future results, please refer to RenaissanceRe Holdings
Ltd.'s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its
Annual Reports on Form 10-K and its Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q.

(1)  All comparisons are with the fourth quarter of 2011 unless specifically
      stated.
      Net negative impact includes the sum of estimates of net claims and
      claim expenses incurred, earned reinstatement premiums assumed and
      ceded, lost profit commissions and redeemable noncontrolling interest -
      DaVinci Re. The Company's estimates are based on a review of its
      potential exposures, preliminary discussions with certain counterparties
      and catastrophe modeling techniques. Given the magnitude and recent
      occurrence of these events, delays in receiving claims data, the
(2)   contingent nature of business interruption and other exposures,
      potential uncertainties relating to reinsurance recoveries, the unusual
      complexity of the coverage and legal issues relating to these events and
      other uncertainties inherent in loss estimation, meaningful uncertainty
      remains regarding losses from these events. Accordingly, the Company's
      actual net impact from these events will vary from these preliminary
      estimates, perhaps materially so. Changes in these estimates will be
      recorded in the period in which they occur.
(3)   All comparisons are with the full year 2011 unless specifically stated.

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Summary Consolidated Statements of Operations
(in thousands of United States Dollars, except per share amounts and
percentages)
(Unaudited)
                      Three months ended       Twelve months ended
                       December     December     December 31,    December 31,
                       31,         31,          2012           2011
                       2012         2011
Revenues
Gross premiums         $ 83,745    $ 42,970    $ 1,551,591    $ 1,434,976 
written
Net premiums written   $ 77,417     $ 29,193     $ 1,102,657     $ 1,012,773
Decrease (increase)    206,234     169,916     (33,302     )   (61,724     )
in unearned premiums
Net premiums earned    283,651      199,109      1,069,355       951,049
Net investment         40,497       52,331       167,375         118,000
income
Net foreign exchange   1,272        (400     )   5,223           (6,911      )
gains (losses)
Equity in earnings
(losses) of other      6,612        (22,702  )   23,238          (36,533     )
ventures
Other income (loss)    5,781        (43,648  )   (22,905     )   (685        )
Net realized and
unrealized gains on    10,617       23,920       163,991         70,668
fixed maturity
investments
Total
other-than-temporary   —            (132     )   (395        )   (630        )
impairments
Portion recognized
in                     —           29          52             78          
other-than-temporary
impairments
Net
other-than-temporary   —           (103     )   (343        )   (552        )
impairments
Total revenues         348,430     208,507     1,405,934      1,095,036   
Expenses
Net claims and claim   186,893      3,551        325,211         861,179
expenses incurred
Acquisition expenses   39,385       25,101       113,542         97,376
Operational expenses   53,121       43,368       179,301         169,666
Corporate expenses     3,964        8,607        16,692          18,264
Interest expense       5,772       5,721       23,097         23,368      
Total expenses         289,135     86,348      657,843        1,169,853   
Income (loss) from
continuing             59,295       122,159      748,091         (74,817     )
operations before
taxes
Income tax (expense)   (424     )   (2,945   )   (1,429      )   315         
benefit
Income (loss) from
continuing             58,871       119,214      746,662         (74,502     )
operations
Income (loss) from
discontinued           1,121       (3,305   )   2,287          (15,890     )
operations
Net income (loss)      59,992       115,909      748,949         (90,392     )
Net (income) loss
attributable to        (9,692   )   (25,388  )   (148,040    )   33,157      
noncontrolling
interests
Net income (loss)
available              50,300       90,521       600,909         (57,235     )
(attributable) to
RenaissanceRe
Dividends on           (8,645   )   (8,750   )   (34,895     )   (35,000     )
preference shares
Net income (loss)
available
(attributable) to      $ 41,655    $ 81,771    $ 566,014      $ (92,235   )
RenaissanceRe
common shareholders
                                                                 
Income (loss) from
continuing
operations available
(attributable) to      $ 0.86       $ 1.66       $ 11.35         $ (1.53     )
RenaissanceRe common
shareholders per
common share - basic
Income (loss) from
discontinued
operations available
(attributable) to      0.02        (0.07    )   0.05           (0.31       )
RenaissanceRe common
shareholders per
common share - basic
Net income (loss)
available
(attributable) to      $ 0.88      $ 1.59      $ 11.40        $ (1.84     )
RenaissanceRe common
shareholders per
common share - basic
Income (loss) from
continuing
operations available
(attributable) to      $ 0.85       $ 1.64       $ 11.18         $ (1.53     )
RenaissanceRe common
shareholders per
common share -
diluted
Income (loss) from
discontinued
operations available
(attributable) to      0.02        (0.06    )   0.05           (0.31       )
RenaissanceRe common
shareholders per
common share -
diluted
Net income (loss)
available
(attributable) to
RenaissanceRe common   $ 0.87      $ 1.58      $ 11.23        $ (1.84     )
shareholders per
common share -
diluted
                                                                 
Average shares         46,442       50,501       48,873          50,747
outstanding - basic
Average shares
outstanding -          47,297       50,860       49,603          50,747
diluted
                                                                 
Net claims and claim   65.9     %   1.8      %   30.4        %   90.6        %
expense ratio
Expense ratio          32.6     %   34.4     %   27.4        %   28.0        %
Combined ratio         98.5     %   36.2     %   57.8        %   118.6       %
Operating income
(loss) available
(attributable) to
RenaissanceRe          $ 0.65       $ 1.11       $ 7.93          $ (3.22     )
common shareholders
per common share -
diluted (1)
Operating return on
average common         3.9      %   7.7      %   12.6        %   (5.3        )%
equity - annualized
(1)

(1)  See Comments on Regulation G for a reconciliation of non-GAAP financial
      measures.

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Summary Consolidated Balance Sheets
(in thousands of United States Dollars, except per share amounts)
                                                               
                                                  December 31,    December 31,
                                                  2012            2011
Assets
Fixed maturity investments trading, at fair       $ 4,665,421     $  4,291,465
value
Fixed maturity investments available for sale,    83,442         142,052
at fair value
Total fixed maturity investments, at fair value   4,748,863       4,433,517
Short term investments, at fair value             821,163         905,477
Equity investments trading, at fair value         58,186          50,560
Other investments, at fair value                  644,711         748,984
Investments in other ventures, under equity       87,724         70,714
method
Total investments                                 6,360,647       6,209,252
Cash and cash equivalents                         325,358         216,984
Premiums receivable                               491,365         471,878
Prepaid reinsurance premiums                      77,082          58,522
Reinsurance recoverable                           192,512         404,029
Accrued investment income                         33,478          33,523
Deferred acquisition costs                        52,622          43,721
Receivable for investments sold                   168,673         117,117
Other assets                                      218,405         180,992
Goodwill and other intangibles                    8,486          8,894
Total assets                                      $ 7,928,628    $  7,744,912
Liabilities, Noncontrolling Interests and
Shareholders' Equity
Liabilities
Reserve for claims and claim expenses             $ 1,879,377     $  1,992,354
Unearned premiums                                 399,517         347,655
Debt                                              351,775         353,620
Reinsurance balances payable                      290,419         256,883
Payable for investments purchased                 278,787         303,264
Other liabilities                                 253,438         211,369
Liabilities of discontinued operations held for   —              13,507
sale
Total liabilities                                 3,453,313      3,478,652
Redeemable noncontrolling interest - DaVinciRe    968,259         657,727
Shareholders' Equity
Preference shares                                 400,000         550,000
Common shares                                     45,542          51,543
Accumulated other comprehensive income            13,622          11,760
Retained earnings                                 3,043,901      2,991,890
Total shareholders' equity attributable to        3,503,065       3,605,193
RenaissanceRe
Noncontrolling interest                           3,991          3,340
Total shareholders' equity                        3,507,056      3,608,533
Total liabilities, noncontrolling interests and   $ 7,928,628    $  7,744,912
shareholders' equity
                                                                  
Book value per common share                       $ 68.14        $  59.27

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Supplemental Financial Data - Segment Information
(in thousands of United States Dollars, except percentages)
(Unaudited)
                                                                            
                       Three months ended December 31, 2012
                       Reinsurance    Lloyd’s        Other         Eliminations   Total
Gross premiums         $ 57,656      $ 26,151      $ —          $   (62   )    $ 83,745  
written
Net premiums written   $ 51,416      $ 25,702      $ 299                       $ 77,417  
Net premiums earned    $ 247,950      $ 35,402       $ 299                        $ 283,651
Net claims and claim   151,130        29,950         5,813                        186,893
expenses incurred
Acquisition expenses   32,749         6,635          1                            39,385
Operational expenses   39,689        13,285        147                         53,121    
Underwriting income    $ 24,382      $ (14,468 )    $ (5,662 )                   4,252
(loss)
Net investment                                       40,497                       40,497
income
Net foreign exchange                                 1,272                        1,272
gains
Equity in earnings                                   6,612                        6,612
of other ventures
Other income                                         5,781                        5,781
Net realized and
unrealized gains on                                  10,617                       10,617
investments
Corporate expenses                                   (3,964   )                   (3,964    )
Interest expense                                     (5,772   )                   (5,772    )
Income from
continuing                                                                        59,295
operations before
taxes
Income tax expense                                   (424     )                   (424      )
Income from
discontinued                                         1,121                        1,121
operations
Net income
attributable to                                      (9,692   )                   (9,692    )
noncontrolling
interests
Dividends on                                         (8,645   )                   (8,645    )
preference shares
Net income available
to RenaissanceRe                                                                  $ 41,655  
common shareholders
                                                                                  
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ 190,473      $ 32,747       $ —                          $ 223,220
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    (39,343   )    (2,797    )    5,813                       (36,327   )
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ 151,130     $ 29,950      $ 5,813                     $ 186,893 
total
                                                                                  
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        76.8      %    92.5      %    —                            78.7      %
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        (15.8     )%   (7.9      )%   1,944.1  %                   (12.8     )%
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        61.0      %    84.6      %    1,944.1  %                   65.9      %
calendar year
Underwriting expense   29.2      %    56.3      %    49.5     %                   32.6      %
ratio
Combined ratio         90.2      %    140.9     %    1,993.6  %                   98.5      %
                                                                                  
                                                                                  
                       Three months ended December 31, 2011
                       Reinsurance    Lloyd’s        Other         Eliminations   Total
Gross premiums         $ 19,290      $ 23,711      $ (31    )    $   —         $ 42,970  
written
Net premiums written   $ 7,332       $ 21,671      $ 190                       $ 29,193  
Net premiums earned    $ 176,124      $ 22,682       $ 303                        $ 199,109
Net claims and claim   (13,484   )    19,976         (2,941   )                   3,551
expenses incurred
Acquisition expenses   20,791         4,252          58                           25,101
Operational expenses   33,525        9,565         278                         43,368    
Underwriting income    $ 135,292     $ (11,111 )    $ 2,908                     127,089
(loss)
Net investment                                       52,331                       52,331
income
Net foreign exchange                                 (400     )                   (400      )
losses
Equity in losses of                                  (22,702  )                   (22,702   )
other ventures
Other loss                                           (43,648  )                   (43,648   )
Net realized and
unrealized gains on                                  23,920                       23,920
investments
Net
other-than-temporary                                 (103     )                   (103      )
impairments
Corporate expenses                                   (8,607   )                   (8,607    )
Interest expense                                     (5,721   )                   (5,721    )
Income from
continuing                                                                        122,159
operations before
taxes
Income tax expense                                   (2,945   )                   (2,945    )
Loss from
discontinued                                         (3,305   )                   (3,305    )
operations
Net income
attributable to                                      (25,388  )                   (25,388   )
noncontrolling
interests
Dividends on                                         (8,750   )                   (8,750    )
preference shares
Net income available
to RenaissanceRe                                                                  $ 81,771  
common shareholders
                                                                                  
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ 18,484       $ 19,754       $ (129   )                   $ 38,109
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    (31,968   )    222           (2,812   )                   (34,558   )
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ (13,484 )    $ 19,976      $ (2,941 )                   $ 3,551   
total
                                                                                  
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        10.5      %    87.1      %    (42.6    )%                  19.1      %
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        (18.2     )%   1.0       %    (928.0   )%                  (17.3     )%
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        (7.7      )%   88.1      %    (970.6   )%                  1.8       %
calendar year
Underwriting expense   30.9      %    60.9      %    110.9    %                   34.4      %
ratio
Combined ratio         23.2      %    149.0     %    (859.7   )%                  36.2      %

      Represents $0.1 million of gross premiums ceded from the Reinsurance
(1)  segment to the Lloyd's segment for the three months ended December 31,
      2012 (2011 - $Nil).

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Supplemental Financial Data - Segment Information
(in thousands of United States Dollars, except percentages)
(Unaudited)
                                                   
                       Twelve months ended December 31, 2012
                       Reinsurance      Lloyd’s        Other         Eliminations  Total
Gross premiums         $ 1,392,094     $ 159,987     $  —          $   (490  )    $ 1,551,591 
written
Net premiums written   $ 967,587       $ 135,131     $  (61    )                   $ 1,102,657 
Net premiums earned    $ 946,423        $ 122,968      $  (36    )                   $ 1,069,355
Net claims and claim   242,022          80,242         2,947                         325,211
expenses incurred
Acquisition expenses   90,491           22,864         187                           113,542
Operational expenses   132,935         45,680        686                          179,301     
Underwriting income    $ 480,975       $ (25,818 )    $  (3,856 )                   451,301
(loss)
Net investment                                         167,375                       167,375
income
Net foreign exchange                                   5,223                         5,223
gains
Equity in earnings                                     23,238                        23,238
of other ventures
Other loss                                             (22,905   )                   (22,905     )
Net realized and
unrealized gains on                                    163,991                       163,991
investments
Net
other-than-temporary                                   (343      )                   (343        )
impairments
Corporate expenses                                     (16,692   )                   (16,692     )
Interest expense                                       (23,097   )                   (23,097     )
Income from
continuing                                                                           748,091
operations before
taxes
Income tax expense                                     (1,429    )                   (1,429      )
Income from
discontinued                                           2,287                         2,287
operations
Net income
attributable to                                        (148,040  )                   (148,040    )
noncontrolling
interests
Dividends on                                           (34,895   )                   (34,895     )
preference shares
Net income available
to RenaissanceRe                                                                     $ 566,014   
common shareholders
                                                                                     
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ 386,736        $ 96,444       $  —                          $ 483,180
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    (144,714    )    (16,202   )    2,947                        (157,969    )
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ 242,022       $ 80,242      $  2,947                     $ 325,211   
total
                                                                                     
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        40.9        %    78.4      %    —                             45.2        %
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        (15.3       )%   (13.1     )%   (8,186.1  )%                  (14.8       )%
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        25.6        %    65.3      %    (8,186.1  )%                  30.4        %
calendar year
Underwriting expense   23.6        %    55.7      %    (2,425.0  )%                  27.4        %
ratio
Combined ratio         49.2        %    121.0     %    (10,611.1 )%                  57.8        %
                                                                                     
                       Twelve months ended December 31, 2011
                       Reinsurance      Lloyd’s        Other          Eliminations   Total
Gross premiums         $ 1,323,187     $ 111,584     $  282        $   (77   )    $ 1,434,976 
written
Net premiums written   $ 913,499       $ 98,617      $  657                       $ 1,012,773 
Net premiums earned    $ 873,088        $ 76,386       $  1,575                      $ 951,049
Net claims and claim   783,704          73,259         4,216                         861,179
expenses incurred
Acquisition expenses   82,978           14,031         367                           97,376
Operational expenses   131,251         36,732        1,683                        169,666     
Underwriting loss      $ (124,845  )    $ (47,636 )    $  (4,691 )                   (177,172    )
Net investment                                         118,000                       118,000
income
Net foreign exchange                                   (6,911    )                   (6,911      )
losses
Equity in losses of                                    (36,533   )                   (36,533     )
other ventures
Other loss                                             (685      )                   (685        )
Net realized and
unrealized gains on                                    70,668                        70,668
investments
Net
other-than-temporary                                   (552      )                   (552        )
impairments
Corporate expenses                                     (18,264   )                   (18,264     )
Interest expense                                       (23,368   )                   (23,368     )
Loss from continuing
operations before                                                                    (74,817     )
taxes
Income tax benefit                                     315                           315
Loss from
discontinued                                           (15,890   )                   (15,890     )
operations
Net loss
attributable to                                        33,157                        33,157
noncontrolling
interests
Dividends on                                           (35,000   )                   (35,000     )
preference shares
Net loss
attributable to                                                                      $ (92,235   )
RenaissanceRe common
shareholders
                                                                                     
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ 920,602        $ 72,781       $  (215   )                   $ 993,168
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    (136,898    )    478           4,431                        (131,989    )
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expenses incurred –    $ 783,704       $ 73,259      $  4,216                     $ 861,179   
total
                                                                                     
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        105.4       %    95.3      %    (13.7     )%                  104.4       %
current accident
year
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        (15.6       )%   0.6       %    281.4     %                   (13.8       )%
prior accident years
Net claims and claim
expense ratio –        89.8        %    95.9      %    267.7     %                   90.6        %
calendar year
Underwriting expense   24.5        %    66.5      %    130.1     %                   28.0        %
ratio
Combined ratio         114.3       %    162.4     %    397.8     %                   118.6       %

      Represents $0.5 million of gross premiums ceded from the Reinsurance
(1)  segment to the Lloyd's segment for the twelve months ended December 31,
      2012 (2011 - $0.1 million).

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Supplemental Financial Data - Gross Premiums Written and Managed Premiums
(in thousands of United States Dollars)
(Unaudited)
                                                              
                    Three months ended            Twelve months ended
                    December 31,   December 31,   December 31,    December 31,
                    2012           2011           2012            2011
Reinsurance Segment
Renaissance
catastrophe         $  13,743      $  (652    )   $ 733,963       $  742,236
premiums
Renaissance         34,132        21,117        207,387        144,192
specialty premiums
Total Renaissance   47,875        20,465        941,350        886,428
premiums
DaVinci catastrophe 9,781          (1,193     )   448,244         435,060
premiums
DaVinci specialty   —             18            2,500          1,699
premiums
Total DaVinci       9,781         (1,175     )   450,744        436,759
premiums
Total catastrophe   23,524         (1,845     )   1,182,207       1,177,296
unit premiums
Total specialty     34,132        21,135        209,887        145,891
unit premiums
Total Reinsurance
segment gross       $  57,656     $  19,290     $ 1,392,094    $  1,323,187
premiums written
                                                                  
Lloyd's Segment
Specialty           $  24,390      $  22,570      $ 123,099       $  83,641
Catastrophe         1,761         1,141         36,888         27,943
Total Lloyd's
segment gross       $  26,151     $  23,711     $ 159,987      $  111,584
premiums written
                                                                  
Other
Commercial property $  —          $  (31     )   $ —            $  282
Total Other gross   $  —          $  (31     )   $ —            $  282
premiums written
                                                                  
Managed Premiums
(1)
Total catastrophe
unit gross premiums $  23,524      $  (1,845  )   $ 1,182,207     $  1,177,296
written
Catastrophe
premiums written on
behalf of the       1,781          1,497          72,648          55,483
Company's joint
venture, Top Layer
Re (2)
Catastrophe
premiums written in 1,761         1,141         36,888         27,943
the Lloyd's segment
Total managed
catastrophe         $  27,066     $  793        $ 1,291,743    $  1,260,722
premiums (1)

(1)  See Comments on Regulation G for a reconciliation of non-GAAP financial
      measures.
(2)   Top Layer Re is accounted for under the equity method of accounting.

RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Supplemental Financial Data - Total Investment Result
(in thousands of United States Dollars)
(Unaudited)
                                                              
                        Three months ended           Twelve months ended
                        December 31,   December      December      December
                        2012           31,           31,           31,
                                       2011          2012          2011
Fixed maturity          $  28,922      $  26,084     $ 102,476     $ 89,858
investments
Short term              54             357           1,007         1,666
investments
Equity investments      554            174           1,086         471
trading
Other investments
Hedge funds and
private equity          8,192          21,506        36,635        27,541
investments
Other                   5,902          6,458         37,784        8,458
Cash and cash           51            11           194          163       
equivalents
                        43,675         54,590        179,182       128,157
Investment expenses     (3,178     )   (2,259    )   (11,807   )   (10,157   )
Net investment income   40,497        52,331       167,375      118,000   
                                                                   
Gross realized gains    22,152         15,312        97,787        79,358
Gross realized losses   (3,650     )   (7,787    )   (16,705   )   (30,659   )
Net realized gains on
fixed maturity          18,502         7,525         81,082        48,699
investments
Net unrealized
(losses) gains on       (8,454     )   11,441        75,283        19,404
fixed maturity
investments trading
Net unrealized gains
on equity investments   569           4,954        7,626        2,565     
trading
Net realized and
unrealized gains on     10,617         23,920        163,991       70,668
investments
Total
other-than-temporary    —              (132      )   (395      )   (630      )
impairments
Portion recognized in
other comprehensive     —             29           52           78        
income, before taxes
Net
other-than-temporary    —              (103      )   (343      )   (552      )
impairments
                                                                   
Change in net
unrealized gains on
fixed maturity          (784       )   697          614          (7,985    )
investments
available for sale
                                                                   
Total investment        $  50,330     $  76,845    $ 331,637    $ 180,131 
income

Comments on Regulation G

In addition to the GAAP financial measures set forth in this Press Release,
the Company has included certain non-GAAP financial measures in this Press
Release within the meaning of Regulation G. The Company has provided these
financial measurements in previous investor communications and the Company's
management believes that these measurements are important to investors and
other interested persons, and that investors and such other persons benefit
from having a consistent basis for comparison between quarters and for the
comparison with other companies within the industry. These measures may not,
however, be comparable to similarly titled measures used by companies outside
of the insurance industry. Investors are cautioned not to place undue reliance
on these non-GAAP measures in assessing the Company's overall financial
performance.

The Company uses “operating income (loss) available (attributable) to
RenaissanceRe common shareholders” as a measure to evaluate the underlying
fundamentals of its operations and believes it to be a useful measure of its
corporate performance. “Operating income (loss) available (attributable) to
RenaissanceRe common shareholders” as used herein differs from “net income
(loss) available (attributable) to RenaissanceRe common shareholders,” which
the Company believes is the most directly comparable GAAP measure, by the
exclusion of net realized and unrealized gains and losses on investments from
continuing and discontinued operations and net other-than-temporary
impairments from continuing and discontinued operations. The Company's
management believes that “operating income (loss) available (attributable) to
RenaissanceRe common shareholders” is useful to investors because it more
accurately measures and predicts the Company's results of operations by
removing the variability arising from fluctuations in the Company's fixed
maturity investment portfolio and equity investments trading. The Company also
uses “operating income (loss) available (attributable) to RenaissanceRe common
shareholders” to calculate “operating income (loss) available (attributable)
to RenaissanceRe common shareholders per common share - diluted” and
“operating return on average common equity - annualized”. The following is a
reconciliation of: 1) net income (loss) available (attributable) to
RenaissanceRe common shareholders to operating income (loss) available
(attributable) to RenaissanceRe common shareholders; 2) net income (loss)
available (attributable) to RenaissanceRe common shareholders per common share
- diluted to operating income (loss) available (attributable) to RenaissanceRe
common shareholders per common share - diluted; and 3) return on average
common equity - annualized to operating return on average common equity -
annualized:

                      Three months ended         Twelve months ended
(in thousands of       December      December
United States          31,          31,           December 31,  December 31,
Dollars, except        2012          2011          2012           2011
percentages)
Net income (loss)
available
(attributable) to      $ 41,655      $ 81,771      $ 566,014      $ (92,235  )
RenaissanceRe common
shareholders
Adjustment for net
realized and
unrealized gains on    (10,617  )    (23,920  )    (163,991  )    (70,668    )
investments of
continuing
operations
Adjustment for net
other-than-temporary
impairments of         —             103           343            552
continuing
operations
Adjustment for net
realized and
unrealized gains on
fixed maturity
investments and net    —            —            —             (42        )
other-than-temporary
impairments of
discontinued
operations
Operating income
(loss) available
(attributable) to      $ 31,038     $ 57,954     $ 402,366     $ (162,393 )
RenaissanceRe
common shareholders
                                                                  
Net income (loss)
available
(attributable) to
RenaissanceRe common   $ 0.87        $ 1.58        $ 11.23        $ (1.84    )
shareholders per
common share -
diluted
Adjustment for net
realized and
unrealized gains on    (0.22    )    (0.47    )    (3.31     )    (1.39      )
investments of
continuing
operations
Adjustment for net
other-than-temporary
impairments of         —             —             0.01           0.01
continuing
operations
Adjustment for net
realized and
unrealized gains on
fixed maturity
investments and net    —            —            —             —          
other-than-temporary
impairments of
discontinued
operations
Operating income
(loss) available
(attributable) to
RenaissanceRe          $ 0.65       $ 1.11       $ 7.93        $ (3.22    )
common shareholders
per common share -
diluted
                                                                  
Return on average
common equity -        5.2      %    10.8     %    17.7      %    (3.0       )%
annualized
Adjustment for net
realized and
unrealized gains on    (1.3     )%   (3.1     )%   (5.1      )%   (2.3       )%
investments of
continuing
operations
Adjustment for net
other-than-temporary
impairments of         —             —             —              —
continuing
operations
Adjustment for net
realized and
unrealized gains on
fixed maturity
investments and net    —            —            —             —          
other-than-temporary
impairments of
discontinued
operations
Operating return on
average common         3.9      %    7.7      %    12.6      %    (5.3       )%
equity - annualized

The Company has also included in this Press Release “managed catastrophe
premiums”. “Managed catastrophe premiums” is defined as gross catastrophe
premiums written by Renaissance Reinsurance and its related joint ventures.
“Managed catastrophe premiums” differs from total catastrophe unit gross
premiums written, which the Company believes is the most directly comparable
GAAP measure, due to the inclusion of catastrophe premiums written on behalf
of the Company's joint venture Top Layer Re, which is accounted for under the
equity method of accounting and the inclusion of catastrophe premiums written
on behalf of the Company's Lloyd's segment. The Company's management believes
“managed catastrophe premiums” is useful to investors and other interested
parties because it provides a measure of total catastrophe premiums, as
applicable, assumed by the Company through its consolidated subsidiaries and
related joint ventures.

The Company has also included in this Press Release “tangible book value per
common share” and “tangible book value per common share plus accumulated
dividends”. “Tangible book value per common share” is defined as book value
per common share excluding goodwill and intangible assets per share; “tangible
book value per common share plus accumulated dividends” is defined as book
value per common share excluding goodwill and intangible assets per share,
plus accumulated dividends. “Tangible book value per common share” differs
from book value per common share, which the Company believes is the most
directly comparable GAAP measure, due to the exclusion of goodwill and
intangible assets per share. The Company's management believes “tangible book
value per common share” and “tangible book value per common share plus
accumulated dividends” are useful to investors because they provide a more
accurate measure of the realizable value of shareholder returns, excluding the
impact of goodwill and intangible assets. The following is a reconciliation of
book value per common share to tangible book value per common share and
tangible book value per common share plus accumulated dividends:

              At
               December 31,   September     June 30,    March 31,   December
               2012          30,          2012       2012       31,
                              2012                                  2011
Book value
per common     $  68.14       $  68.20      $ 65.07     $ 62.68     $ 59.27
share
Adjustment
for goodwill
and other      (0.86     )    (0.85     )   (0.83   )   (0.84   )   (0.82   )
intangibles
(1)
Tangible
book value     67.28          67.35         64.24       61.84       58.45
per common
share
Adjustment
for            12.00         11.73        11.46      11.19      10.92   
accumulated
dividends
Tangible
book value
per common
share          $  79.28      $  79.08     $ 75.70    $ 73.03    $ 69.37 
plus
accumulated
dividends
                                                                    
Quarter
change in
book value     (0.1      )%   4.8       %   3.8     %   5.8     %   2.4     %
per
common share
Quarter
change in
tangible
book value
per            0.3       %    5.3       %   4.3     %   6.3     %   3.1     %
common share
plus change
in
accumulated
dividends
Annual
change in
book value     15.0      %                                          (5.3    )%
per common
share
Annual
change in
tangible
book value
per            17.0      %                                          (1.8    )%
common share
plus change
in
accumulated
dividends

      At December 31, 2012, September 30, 2012, June 30, 2012, March 31, 2012
      and December 31, 2011, goodwill and other intangibles included $30.4
(1)  million, $32.2 million, $33.3 million, $34.5 million and $33.5 million,
      respectively, of goodwill and other intangibles included in investments
      in other ventures, under equity method.

Contact:

Investor:
RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.
Rohan Pai
Director of Investor Relations
441-295-4513
or
Media:
Kekst and Company
Peter Hill or Dawn Dover
212-521-4800
 
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