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Mbia Inc   (MBI)
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Price: $5.5900 $-0.01 -0.179%
Day's High: $5.71 Week Perf: -4.93 %
Day's Low: $ 5.55 30 Day Perf: -11.69 %
Volume (M): 270 52 Wk High: $ 14.37
Volume (M$): $ 1,509 52 Wk Avg: $7.45
Open: $5.63 52 Wk Low: $5.21



 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 263
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 47
 Employees 252
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 95
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -407
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -49
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 0

Mbia Inc

MBIA Inc. was incorporated as a business corporation under the laws of the state of Connecticut in 1986. The Company is engaged in providing financial guarantee insurance, investment management services and municipal and other services to public finance and structured finance clients on a global basis. Financial guarantee insurance provides an unconditional and irrevocable guarantee of the payment of the principal of, and interest or other amounts owing on, insured obligations when due. The Company conducts its financial guarantee business through its wholly-owned subsidiary, MBIA Insurance Corporation ('MBIA Corp.'). MBIA Corp. is the successor to the business of the Municipal Bond Insurance Association (the 'Association') which began writing financial guarantees for municipal bonds in 1974. MBIA Corp. is the parent of MBIA Insurance Corp. of Illinois ('MBIA Illinois') and Capital Markets Assurance Corporation ('CapMAC'), both financial guarantee companies that were acquired by MBIA Corp. MBIA Corp. also owns MBIA Assurance S.A. ('MBIA Assurance), a French insurance company, which writes financial guarantee insurance in the member countries of the European Union. Generally, throughout the text, references to MBIA Corp. include the activities of its subsidiaries, MBIA Illinois, MBIA Assurance and CapMAC.

MBIA Corp. primarily insures financial obligations which are sold in the new issue and secondary markets. It also provides financial guarantees for debt service reserve funds. As a result of the Triple-A ratings assigned to insured obligations, the principal economic value of financial guarantee insurance is the lower interest cost of an insured obligation relative to the same obligation on an uninsured basis. In addition, for complex financings and for obligations of issuers that are not well-known by investors, insured obligations receive greater market acceptance than uninsured obligations.

MBIA Corp. issues financial guarantees for municipal bonds, asset-backed and mortgage-backed securities, investor-owned utility bonds, bonds backed by publicly or privately funded public purpose projects, bonds issued by sovereign and sub-sovereign entities and obligations collateralized by diverse pools of corporate loans and credit default swaps, and also pools of corporate and asset-backed bonds, both in the new issue and secondary markets. The municipal obligations that MBIA Corp. insures include tax-exempt and taxable indebtedness of states, counties, cities, utility districts and other political subdivisions, as well as airports, higher education and health care facilities and similar authorities and obligations issued by private entities that finance projects that serve a substantial public purpose. The asset-backed and structured finance obligations insured by MBIA Corp. typically consist of securities that are payable from or which are tied to the performance of a specified pool of assets that in most cases have a defined cash flow, such as residential and commercial mortgages, a variety of consumer loans, corporate loans and bonds, trade and export receivables, equipment and real property leases, and infrastructure projects.

MBIA Corp. also insures privately issued bonds used for the financing of public purpose projects which are primarily located overseas and include toll roads, bridges, airports, public transportation facilities and other types of infrastructure projects that serve a substantial public purpose. While in the United States projects of this nature are financed through the issuance of tax-exempt bonds by special purpose, government sponsored tax-exempt entities, the general absence of tax-advantaged financing, among other reasons, has led to the transfer of the operation of many such public purpose projects to the private sector. Generally, the private entities operate under a concession agreement with the sponsoring government agency, which maintains a level of regulatory oversight and control over the project.

The worldwide insurance operations of MBIA Corp. are conducted through the Global Public Finance Division, the Global Structured Finance Division, the Risk Management Division and the Insured Portfolio Management Division. Public Finance and Structured Finance operations outside of the United States are conducted in coordination with the International Division.

The Global Public Finance Division has underwriting authority with respect to certain categories of business up to pre-determined par amounts based on a risk-ranking system. In order to ensure that the guidelines are followed, Risk Management monitors and periodically reviews underwriting decisions made by the Global Public Finance Division and also participates in many transactions depending on the risk ranking. With respect to larger, complex, or unique transactions, underwriting is performed by a division-level committee consisting of senior representatives of Global Public Finance, the Risk Management Division, the Insured Portfolio Management Division, the Company's Finance Division and the Legal Division. Select public finance transactions may alternatively be approved at MBIA Corp.'s most senior level, the Executive Risk Committee ('ERC'), which consists of the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Risk Officer, the Chief Financial Officer and the heads of the Public Finance, Structured Finance and International new business divisions and the Insured Portfolio Management Division and the head credit officer in Public and Structured Finance.

For all transactions done by the Global Structured Finance Division, MBIA Corp.'s review and approval procedure has two stages. The first stage consists of screening, credit review and structuring by the appropriate business unit, in consultation with Risk Management officers. The second stage, consisting of the final review and approval of credit and structure, is performed by an underwriting committee consisting of the head of the applicable business unit, one officer from Risk Management and a third officer from either the Risk Management Division or the Insured Portfolio Management Division. Certain transactions, based on size, complexity, or other factors, must also be approved by a division-level committee consisting of senior representatives drawn from Global Structured Finance, the Risk Management Division, the Insured Portfolio Management Division, the Legal Division and the Company's Finance Division. As in Public Finance, select structured finance transactions are approved by the Executive Risk Committee.

Premium rates for the both the Global Public and Global Structured Finance Divisions are established by a Pricing Committee with representation from the relevant business unit and from the Business Analysis Group, which provides pricing and other analysis.

Competition

The financial guarantee insurance business is highly competitive. Several other monoline insurance companies compete directly against MBIA Corp. in writing financial guarantee insurance, all of which, like MBIA Corp., have Triple-A financial strength ratings from Moody's and S&P. In addition there are several other monoline insurance companies which compete with MBIA Corp. in writing financial guarantee insurance as a primary which have lower ratings. MBIA Corp. also competes with composite (multi-line) insurers.



   Company Address: 1 Manhattanville Road, Suite 301 Purchase 10577 NY
   Company Phone Number: 273-4545   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE MBI
   


Customers Net Income fell by MBI's Customers Net Profit Margin grew to

-1.76 %

15.18 %

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MBIA Inc. Declares Substantial Cash Dividend Amidst Strong Financial Performance

Published Thu, Dec 7 2023 9:37 PM UTC



MBIA Inc., a leading financial services company, has recently announced an extraordinary cash dividend of $8.00 per share for its shareholders on record as of December 18. With a total of 51.1 million shares outstanding, this dividend amounts to an impressive $409 million payout. This move reflects MBIA's commitment to maximizing shareholder value while also highli...

Mbia Inc

Severe Hit: Mbia Inc Reports Disappointing Financial Results, Faces Uphill Battle in Property & Casualty Insurance Sector

Mbia Inc is a Property & Casualty Insurance company that recently reported disappointing financial results for the fiscal three months ending September 30, 2023. The company experienced a significant decline in revenue, with a decrease of -52.941% to $8.00 million compared to the corresponding reporting period a year ago. Additionally, the net deficit per share widened to $-3.94, showcasing the challenges faced by the company.
In contrast to the struggles of Mbia Inc, the remainder of the Property & Casualty Insurance sector saw a positive growth trend, with a revenue increase of 8.59% relative to the corresponding period from the previous year. This contrast highlights the difficulties that Mbia Inc is currently facing compared to its industry peers.

Mbia Inc

MBI Reports Alarming Shortfall In Second Quarter of 2023, Markedly Bigger Than Previous Year

Over the course of the last five trading days, Mbia Inc stock has experienced a decline of -1.54%. This negative movement adds to the year to date performance, which now stands at -33.78%. Furthermore, the stock is currently trading 13.6% above its 52-week low.
These recent developments in Mbia Inc's stock can be attributed to weak orders, which have resulted in increased losses for the fiscal three months ending June 30, 2023. During this period, the company's net deficit per share rose from $-0.72 to $-1.46. Additionally, the revenue for this quarter fell by -30% to $28.00 million, down from $40.00 million in the previous year.






 

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