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Price: $0.0060 $0.00 200.000%
Day's High: $0.006 Week Perf: -99.08 %
Day's Low: $ 0.01 30 Day Perf: -99.2 %
Volume (M): 2 52 Wk High: $ 6.32
Volume (M$): $ 0 52 Wk Avg: $2.34
Open: $0.01 52 Wk Low: $0.00



 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 0
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 1
 Employees 411
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 166
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -80
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -52
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 1

Hallmark Financial Services Inc

We are a diversified property/casualty insurance group that serves businesses and individuals in specialty and niche markets.

We offer standard commercial insurance, specialty commercial insurance and personal insurance in selected market subcategories that are characteristically low-severity and predominately short-tailed risks. We focus on marketing, distributing, underwriting and servicing property/casualty insurance products that require specialized underwriting expertise or market knowledge. We believe this approach provides us the best opportunity to achieve favorable policy terms and pricing. The insurance policies we produce are written by our six insurance company subsidiaries as well as unaffiliated insurers.

We market, distribute, underwrite and service our property/casualty insurance products primarily through subsidiaries whose operations are organized into product-specific operating units that are supported by our insurance company subsidiaries. Our Standard Commercial P&C operating unit offers industry-specific commercial insurance products and services in the standard market. Our Workers Compensation operating unit specializes in small and middle market workers compensation business. Effective July 1, 2015, this operating unit no longer markets or retains any risk on new or renewal policies. Our MGA Commercial Products operating unit offers commercial insurance products and services in the excess and surplus lines market. Our Specialty Commercial operating unit offers general aviation and satellite launch insurance products and services, low and middle market commercial umbrella and primary/excess liability insurance, medical professional liability insurance products and services, and primary/excess commercial property coverages for both catastrophe and non-catastrophe exposures. Our Specialty Personal Lines operating unit offers non-standard personal automobile and renters insurance products and services.

Each operating unit has its own management team with significant experience in distributing products to its target markets and proven success in achieving underwriting profitability and providing efficient claims management. Each operating unit is responsible for marketing, distribution, underwriting and claims management while we provide capital management, reinsurance, actuarial, investment, financial reporting, technology and legal services and other administrative support at the parent level. We believe this approach optimizes our operating results by allowing us to effectively penetrate our selected specialty and niche markets while maintaining operational controls, managing risks, controlling overhead and efficiently allocating our capital across operating units. We expect future growth to be derived from organic growth in the premium production of our existing operating units and selected opportunistic acquisitions that meet our criteria.

We market commercial and personal lines property/casualty insurance products which are tailored to the risks and coverages required by the insured. We believe that most of our target markets are underserved by larger property/casualty insurers because of the specialized nature of the underwriting required. We are able to offer these products profitably as a result of the expertise of our experienced underwriters. We also believe our long-standing relationships with independent general agencies and retail agents and the service we provide differentiate us from larger property/casualty insurers.

Our Standard Commercial P&C operating unit primarily underwrites low-severity, short-tailed commercial property/casualty insurance products in the standard market. These products have historically produced stable loss results and include general liability, commercial automobile, commercial property and umbrella coverages. Our Standard Commercial P&C operating unit currently markets its products through a network of 347 independent agents primarily serving businesses in the non-urban areas of Texas, New Mexico, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Washington, Utah, Wyoming, Arkansas, Hawaii and Missouri. In addition, our Standard Commercial P&C operating unit offers occupational accident coverage in Texas through an underwriting agency that specializes in the occupational accident insurance market.

Our MGA Commercial Products operating unit primarily offers commercial property/casualty insurance products in the excess and surplus lines market. Excess and surplus lines insurance provides coverage for difficult to place risks that do not fit the underwriting criteria of insurers operating in the standard market. Our MGA Commercial Products operating unit focuses on middle market commercial risks that do not meet the underwriting requirements of standard insurers due to factors such as loss history, number of years in business, minimum premium size and types of business operation. Our MGA Commercial Products operating unit primarily writes commercial automobile, general liability, commercial property and excess casualty. Our MGA Commercial Products operating unit markets its products in 27 states through 9 wholesale brokers, a program underwriter and 89 general agency offices, as well as 110 independent retail agents in Texas and Oregon.


Our Specialty Commercial operating unit offers small and middle market commercial excess liability, umbrella and general liability insurance on both an admitted and non-admitted basis; general aviation property/casualty insurance primarily for private and small commercial aircraft and airports; satellite launch property/casualty insurance products; medical professional liability insurance on an excess and surplus lines basis; and primary/excess commercial property coverages on an excess and surplus lines basis for both catastrophe and non-catastrophe exposures. The principal focus of the excess & umbrella insurance products offered is transportation (trucking for hire and specialty automobile coverage). The Specialty Commercial operating unit also provides excess liability coverage for small to midsize businesses in class categories such as contracting, manufacturing, hospitality and service (non-transportation). Typical risks range from one power unit to fleets of up to 200 power units and up to $75M in receipts (non-construction) or $30M in receipts (construction) from operations. Our Specialty Commercial operating unit markets these excess & umbrella products through 132 wholesale brokers in 50 states. The aircraft liability and hull insurance products underwritten by our Specialty Commercial operating unit are targeted to transitional or non-standard pilots who may have difficulty obtaining insurance from a standard carrier. Airport liability insurance is marketed to smaller, regional airports. Our Specialty Commercial operating unit markets these general aviation insurance products through 182 independent specialty brokers in 48 states. The satellite launch property/casualty policies produced by our Specialty Commercial operating unit are marketed through underwriting agencies with technical knowledge of space insurance. We can retain up to $2.0 million per risk for satellite launches and in-orbit coverage for up to 12 months. The medical professional liability insurance underwritten on an excess and surplus basis by our Specialty Commercial operating unit focuses on healthcare professionals that do not meet the underwriting requirements of standard insurers due to factors such as loss history, number of years in business, minimum premium size and types of business operation. Our Specialty Commercial operating unit markets these medical professional liability insurance products through 23 wholesale brokers in 49 states. The primary/excess commercial property coverages underwritten by our Specialty Commercial operating unit specializes in shared and layered accounts on a non-admitted basis which target regional and national property programs. Our Specialty Commercial operating unit markets these products through 60 wholesale brokers in 42 states.

Our Specialty Personal Lines operating unit offers non-standard personal automobile policies, which generally provide the minimum limits of liability coverage mandated by state law to drivers who find it difficult to obtain insurance from standard carriers due to various factors including age, driving record, claims history or limited financial resources. Our Specialty Personal Lines operating unit also provides a renters insurance product that complements our non-standard auto offering and fits well in our distribution channel. During the fourth quarter of 2014, our Specialty Personal Lines operating unit discontinued the low value dwelling/homeowner’s and manufactured homes insurance products it previously offered. Our Specialty Personal Lines operating unit markets these policies through 3,702 independent retail agents in 14 states.

Our insurance company subsidiaries are American Hallmark Insurance Company of Texas (“AHIC”), Hallmark Insurance Company (“HIC”), Hallmark Specialty Insurance Company (“HSIC”), Hallmark County Mutual Insurance Company (“HCM”), Hallmark National Insurance Company (“HNIC”) and Texas Builders Insurance Company (“TBIC”). AHIC, HIC, HSIC and HNIC have entered into a pooling arrangement, pursuant to which AHIC retains 34% of the net premiums written by any of them, HIC retains 32% of the net premiums written by any of them, HSIC retains 24% of the net premiums written by any of them and HNIC retains 10% of the net premiums written by any of them. A.M. Best Company (“A.M. Best”), a nationally recognized insurance industry rating service and publisher, has pooled its ratings of these four insurance company subsidiaries and assigned a financial strength rating of “A–” (Excellent) and an issuer credit rating of “a-” to each of these individual insurance company subsidiaries and to the pool formed by these four insurance company subsidiaries. Also, A.M. Best has assigned a financial strength rating of “A–” (Excellent) and an issuer credit rating of “a-” to HCM. A.M. Best does not assign a financial strength rating or an issuer credit rating to TBIC.



   Company Address: 5420 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway, Suite 1100 Dallas 75240 TX
   Company Phone Number: 348-1600   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ HALL
   


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Hallmark Financial Services Inc's Revenue Climbs, But So Does Its Deficit in 2023

Hallmark Financial Services Inc, a Property & Casualty Insurance company, has recently released its third quarter earnings report for 2023. Despite experiencing a significant increase in revenue of 9.591% to $41.90 million, the company has also reported a larger loss per share when compared to the same period last year. The loss per share has extended to $-11.83 from $-1.55.
While the revenue growth seems promising, Hallmark Financial Services Inc has fallen behind its industry peers in terms of business growth. The company's business surge has only reached an average of 15.47% relative to the third quarter of 2022. This indicates that other players in the Property & Casualty Insurance industry have experienced higher growth rates during this period.

Hallmark Financial Services Inc

Hallmark Financial Services Inc Faces Mounting Deficit Crisis Amidst Challenging Period



Hallmark Financial Services Inc, a Property & Casualty Insurance company, recently released its financial results for the fiscal period ending June 30, 2023. The results indicate a widening deficit per share compared to the previous year, although there has been an improvement in income per share. These figures come amidst a challenging period for the company, reflected in the drop in share value and a decline in revenue.
Financial Results:
1. Deficit Widens: Hallmark Financial Services Inc's deficit per share for the fiscal period ending June 30, 2023, has widened to $-6.55, compared to $-3.82 a year prior. This suggests financial struggles and potential challenges the company is facing.

Hallmark Financial Services Inc

Revenue Plunges by 53.508% and Net Deficit Soars to -$21.53

In a recent announcement, the Property & Casualty Insurance company revealed a disastrous financial period ending on March 31, 2023. The company's revenue has plummeted by an alarming 53.508 percent to $39.83 million, and the net deficit per share has widened to -$21.53, a staggering difference from the same quarter a year ago where the per-share deficit was $-72.61. However, there is still a glimmer of hope as revenue turned positive relative to the last quarter from -$44,500.00 million.
Hallmark Financial Services Inc, during the most recent fiscal period, has realized a net shortfall of $-39.142 million, which is more than 12 times the shortfall from a year ago. Operating earnings of the company fell by 53.22 percent to $10.067 million, squeezing its operating margin to 25.27 percent from 25.12 percent in the first quarter of 2022.






 

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