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Universal Insurance Holdings's Suppliers Performance

UVE's Supply Chain

 
UVE Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Universal Insurance Holdings's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 30.72 % year on year in Q1 2019, sequentially sales grew by 236.06 %, while their net profit margin fell to 5.74 % year on year, compare to previous quarter UVE's Suppliers had lower net margin at 236.06 %,

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Universal Insurance Holdings's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 30.72 % year on year in Q1 2019, sequentially sales grew by 236.06 %, while their net profit margin fell to 5.74 % year on year, compare to previous quarter UVE's Suppliers had lower net margin at 236.06 %,

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Universal Insurance Holdings's Comment on Supply Chain


Developing and implementing our reinsurance strategy to adequately protect us in the event of one or more catastrophes while maintaining efficient reinsurance costs has been a key focus for our leadership team. In recent years, the property and casualty insurance market has experienced a substantial increase in the availability of property catastrophe reinsurance resulting from the increased supply of capital from non-traditional reinsurance providers, including private capital and hedge funds. This increased capital supply, coupled with a lack of recent significant catastrophic activity in Florida and elsewhere around the world, and underwriting improvements, such as Florida’s wind mitigation efforts to strengthen homes subject to wind events, has reduced the cost of property catastrophe reinsurance, directly benefitting significant reinsurance buyers, such as us.


In order to limit our potential exposure to catastrophic events, we purchase significant reinsurance from third-party reinsurers. We rely on third-party reinsurers and the FHCF and do not have any captive or affiliated reinsurance arrangements in place. The FLOIR requires us and all insurance companies doing business in Florida to have a certain amount of capital and reinsurance coverage in order to cover losses upon the occurrence of a single catastrophic event and a series of catastrophic events occurring in the same hurricane season. Our 2015-2016 reinsurance program meets and provides reinsurance in excess of the FLOIR’s requirements, which are based on, among other things, the probable maximum loss that we would incur from an individual catastrophic event estimated to occur once in every 100 years based on our portfolio of insured risks and a series of stress test catastrophe loss scenarios based on past historical events. As respects the single catastrophic event, the nature, severity and location of the event giving rise to such a probable maximum loss differs for each insurer depending on the insurer’s portfolio of insured risks, including, among other things, the geographic concentration of insured value within the insurer’s portfolio. Accordingly, a particular catastrophic event could be a one-in-100 year loss event for one insurance company while having a greater or lesser probability of occurrence for another insurance company.


Universal Insurance Holdings's Comment on Supply Chain


Developing and implementing our reinsurance strategy to adequately protect us in the event of one or more catastrophes while maintaining efficient reinsurance costs has been a key focus for our leadership team. In recent years, the property and casualty insurance market has experienced a substantial increase in the availability of property catastrophe reinsurance resulting from the increased supply of capital from non-traditional reinsurance providers, including private capital and hedge funds. This increased capital supply, coupled with a lack of recent significant catastrophic activity in Florida and elsewhere around the world, and underwriting improvements, such as Florida’s wind mitigation efforts to strengthen homes subject to wind events, has reduced the cost of property catastrophe reinsurance, directly benefitting significant reinsurance buyers, such as us.


In order to limit our potential exposure to catastrophic events, we purchase significant reinsurance from third-party reinsurers. We rely on third-party reinsurers and the FHCF and do not have any captive or affiliated reinsurance arrangements in place. The FLOIR requires us and all insurance companies doing business in Florida to have a certain amount of capital and reinsurance coverage in order to cover losses upon the occurrence of a single catastrophic event and a series of catastrophic events occurring in the same hurricane season. Our 2015-2016 reinsurance program meets and provides reinsurance in excess of the FLOIR’s requirements, which are based on, among other things, the probable maximum loss that we would incur from an individual catastrophic event estimated to occur once in every 100 years based on our portfolio of insured risks and a series of stress test catastrophe loss scenarios based on past historical events. As respects the single catastrophic event, the nature, severity and location of the event giving rise to such a probable maximum loss differs for each insurer depending on the insurer’s portfolio of insured risks, including, among other things, the geographic concentration of insured value within the insurer’s portfolio. Accordingly, a particular catastrophic event could be a one-in-100 year loss event for one insurance company while having a greater or lesser probability of occurrence for another insurance company.



UVE's Suppliers Net profit fell by UVE's Suppliers Net margin fell in Q1 to
-19.93 % 5.74 %


Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc.'s Suppliers Sales Growth in Q1 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Construction & Mining Machinery Industry -4.67 %   
Suppliers in Construction Services Industry      7.49 %
Suppliers in Diversified Industry -3.52 %   
Suppliers in Auto & Truck Manufacturers Industry -2.09 %   
Suppliers in Insurance Brokerage Industry      1.69 %
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      11.81 %
Suppliers in Professional Services Industry      3.84 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      13.89 %
Suppliers in Electric Utilities Industry -1.09 %   
Suppliers in Department & Discount Retail Industry      0.48 %
     
• UVE Suppliers Valuation • UVE Segment Rev. Growth • UVE Segment Inc. Growth • UVE Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





UVE's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. UVE 989 824 117 392
Aon Plc AON 48,006 10,823 1,240 69,000
Marsh & Mclennan Companies, Inc. MMC 52,388 15,062 1,701 57,000
Qwest Corp CTX 0 8,418 1,772 0
Ford Motor Co F 41,335 158,721 3,133 187,000
General Motors Company GM 56,535 148,965 14,458 216,000
Kb Home KBH 2,468 4,407 262 1,590
Paccar Inc PCAR 25,629 29,649 1,877 23,000
Pultegroup Inc PHM 9,579 9,983 862 4,149
Safeco Corporation SAFC 0 0 0 0
Horton D R Inc DHI 17,172 16,588 1,564 5,621
Hartford Financial Services Group Inc HIG 21,085 18,955 1,801 17,500
Lennar Corp LEN 15,823 19,012 1,077 6,825
Dillards, Inc. DDS 1,776 6,464 168 40,000
Tesla, Inc. TSLA 43,661 22,594 -946 10,161
Accenture Plc ACN 125,879 42,802 4,749 275,000
Lgi Homes, Inc. LGIH 1,858 1,513 146 390
Cnh Industrial N.v. CNHI 14,149 50,894 2,002 69,207
William Lyon Homes WLH 751 2,170 118 585
New Home Co Inc. NWHM 90 663 -16 234
Meritage Homes Corp MTH 2,119 14 209 1,409
Nvr Inc NVR 13,645 7,319 820 4,300
Covanta Holding Corp CVA 2,291 1,863 274 0
Beazer Homes Usa Inc BZH 324 2,103 -20 1,063
Mdc Holdings Inc MDC 2,343 3,043 213 905
M I Homes Inc MHO 824 2,330 107 1,008
Skyline Champion Corp SKY 1,711 1,360 -58 1,200
Cavco Industries Inc. CVCO 1,441 963 69 3,700
Hovnanian Enterprises Inc HOV 52 1,893 12 2,078
Toll Brothers, Inc. TOL 5,395 7,448 746 3,900
Av Homes, Inc. AVHI 455 855 -24 214
Taylor Morrison Home Corp TMHC 2,387 4,390 480 113
Tri Pointe Group, Inc. TPH 1,768 3,117 229 1,036
Ucp, Inc. UCP -181 412 16 173
Wci Communities, Inc. WCIC 0 0 0 689
Century Communities, Inc. CCS 830 2,279 94 510
Green Brick Partners, Inc. BIOF 0 664 63 200
Calatlantic Group, Inc. CAA 6,611 2,451 172 2,850
Deer Valley Corp DVLY 0 0 0 200
Ryland Group Inc RYL 0 2,141 379 1,502
Vanjia Corp VNJA 0 0 0 1
Nobility Homes Inc NOBH 85 48 6 129
Crawford & Co CRDA 329 1,089 23 8,941
Corvel Corp CRVL 1,682 596 47 3,508
Amerisafe Inc AMSF 1,257 379 75 449
Employers Holdings, Inc. EIG 1,437 833 168 716
Navistar International Corp NAV 3,374 10,250 368 14,400
Spartan Motors Inc SPAR 349 817 15 1,900
Toyota Motor Corp TM 374,905 281,696 18,505 348,877
Zap ZAAP 14 11 -34 400
Honda Motor Co Ltd HMC 46,816 146,994 6,257 0
Guidewire Software, Inc. GWRE 8,285 752 74 1,893
Imperva Inc IMPV 1,921 315 9 1,020
Luxoft Holding, Inc LXFT 2,020 907 57 12,800
Majesco MJCO 372 127 -4 2,054
Qualys, Inc. QLYS 3,765 289 61 869
Rapid7, Inc. RPD 3,016 263 -51 1,079
Fireeye, Inc. FEYE 2,987 831 -243 0
Secureworks Corp SCWX 1,057 525 -34 2,555
Sapiens International Corp N V SPNS 807 290 14 2,376
Varonis Systems Inc VRNS 2,000 273 -36 1,251
SUBTOTAL 976,674 1,059,610 65,024 1,415,530


             
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