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Liberty Mutual Insurance Reports First Quarter 2018 Results

May 3, 2018 – Liberty Mutual Holding Company Inc. and its subsidiaries (collectively “LMHC”) reported net income attributable to LMHC of $648 million for the three months ended March 31, 2018, an increase of $297 million over the same period in 2017. Including $1 million of net income attributable to non-controlling interest, consolidated net income for the three months ended March 31, 2018 was $649 million.

“Net income from continuing operations for the quarter was $590 million, an increase of almost $300 million over the prior year, driven by a milder catastrophe quarter, and continued strong investment results,” said David H. Long, Liberty Mutual Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “Growth remains robust, as net written premium increased 7% excluding the impact of foreign exchange.”

“On May 1st we finalized the sale of Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston. The transaction will provide us an opportunity to fully focus on property and casualty insurance going forward.”

For more information please contact Investor Relations at (857) 224-6655 or e-mail investor_relations@libertymutual.com.

 

Liberty Mutual Insurance Finalizes Sale of Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston to Lincoln Financial Group

On May 1, 2018, Liberty Mutual closed on the sale of Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston to Lincoln Financial Group. The transaction included reinsuring Liberty's Individual Life and Annuity business to Protective Life Insurance Company.​

Please refer to the Lincoln Financial Group Investor Relations website​​ for the official press release and company information​.

 

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2018 First Quarter

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Liberty Mutual Insurance Realigns Businesses to Expand Domestic and Global Property & Casualty Operations
On January 19, 2018, Liberty Mutual Insurance announced the realignment of its businesses to enhance the company’s ability to meet the changing needs of consumer and business customers.
Liberty Mutual’s realignment will feature the following three businesses:
  • Global Risk Solutions (GRS) which will bring together Liberty’s Global Specialty, Ironshore, National Insurance and the Global Reinsurance Strategy Group into a single business. Dennis Langwell, currently Liberty Mutual’s Chief Financial Officer, will lead GRS.
  • Global Retail Markets (GRM) will combine Global Consumer Markets with Business Insurance and Accident and Health organizations formerly in Commercial insurance. Tim Sweeney, currently President of Global Consumer Markets, will lead GRM.
  • Liberty Mutual Investments (LMI), which will continue to be a critical component of Liberty Mutual’s future strategy and a third avenue for Liberty Mutual to deploy and generate capital. Neeti Bhalla Johnson, current President of LMI, will continue to lead the business.
Chris Peirce, currently President of Global Specialty has been appointed Liberty Mutual’s Chief Financial Officer.
Liberty Mutual Group Signs Agreement to Sell Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston to Lincoln Financial Group
January 19, 2018 – Liberty Mutual Group has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell Liberty Life Assurance Company of Boston to Lincoln Financial Group (NYSE: LNC) for approximately $3.3 billion. Upon completion of the transaction, Lincoln Financial will retain Liberty’s Group Benefits business and reinsure Liberty’s Individual Life and Annuity business to Protective Life Insurance Company.
 
“For Liberty, the transaction is an integral part of our overall strategy to focus on our property and casualty business,” said David H. Long, Liberty Mutual Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
 
The acquisition is expected to be completed by the end of the second quarter of 2018, pending regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions. (see full press release)
Liberty Mutual Insurance Completes Acquisition of Ironshore Inc. from Fosun International Limited
On ​May 1, 2017, Liberty Mutual Insurance announced it had completed its acquisition of 100 percent ownership interest in Ironshore Inc., a premier global specialty company, from Fosun International Limited following receipt of regulatory approvals and satisfaction of customary closing conditions. Liberty’s purchase price equates to $2.935 billion and is subject to post-closing adjustments. Liberty Mutual announced a definitive agreement to acquire Ironshore on December 5, 2016.
 
​Barclays Capital Inc. acted as financial advisor and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP provided legal advice to Liberty Mutual Insurance in the transaction. (see full posting)
Noteholder Information
Redesignation of Covered Debt for LMGI’s Series A & B Junior Subordinated Notes
​As described in the press release dated December 19, 2016, and pursuant to the replacement capital covenant dated March 7, 2007 (the “Covenant”), a Redesignation Date (as defined in the Covenant) has occurred. LMGI’s Series A Junior Subordinated Notes (the “Series A Notes”) became the Covered Debt (as defined in the Covenant) for the benefit of the holders of its Series B Junior Subordinated Notes (the “Series B Notes”) for purposes of the Covenant. The Series B Notes became the Covered Debt (as defined in the Covenant) for the benefit of the holders of the Series A Notes for purposes of the Covenant.

 
Notice is provided below pursuant to Section 3(c) of the Covenant. A copy of the Covenant is below and will also be made available on the Investor Screen (as defined in the Covenant) pursuant to the terms and conditions of the Covenant. (RCC Notice to Series A Holder) (RCC Notice to Series B Holder) (Replacement Capital Covenant )
Notice to Holders of LMGI’s Series C Junior Subordinated Notes
​As a result of the repurchase of principal of LMGI’s 10.75% Series C Junior Subordinated Notes, due 2088 (the “Series C Notes”) as described in the press release dated December 19, 2016, and pursuant to the replacement capital covenant dated March 7, 2007 (the “Covenant”), you are hereby notified that a Redesignation Date (as defined in the Covenant) occurred under the Covenant, and the Series C Notes ceased to be the Covered Debt (as defined in the Covenant) for purposes of the Covenant.

 
Notice is provided below pursuant to Section 3(c) of the Covenant. A copy of the Covenant is below and will also be made available on the Investor Screen (as defined in the Covenant) pursuant to the terms and conditions of the Covenant. (RCC Notice to Series C Holder)​ (Replacement Capital Covenant)
Liberty Mutual Group Inc. Discloses Over $108 million in Debt Repurchases
On December 19, 2016, Liberty Mutual Group Inc. ("LMGI") disclosed that from September 30, 2016 through December 19, 2016, LMGI repurchased $108,681,000 in principal of its 10.75% Series C Junior Subordinated Notes, due 2088 ("Series C Notes").  As of December 19, 2016, $67,766,000 in principal of the Series C Notes remained outstanding.

 
As a consequence of such repurchases, a Redesignation Date has occurred under that certain replacement capital covenant dated March 7, 2007 (the "Covenant") by LMGI in favor of and for the benefit of the Covered Debtholders (as defined in the Covenant) for the LMGI's Series A Junior Subordinated Notes (the "Series A Notes") and its Series B Junior Subordinated Notes (the "Series B Notes") issued under that certain indenture dated as of March 7, 2007 among LMGI, the guarantors named therein, and The Bank of New York Trust Company, N.A., as trustee. For purposes of the Covenant as of such Redesignation Date, (i) the Series A Notes are now the Covered Debt (as defined in the Covenant) for the Series B Notes and (ii) the Series B Notes are now the Covered Debt for the Series A Notes. (see press release)

Liberty Mutual Group Inc. Discloses Over $164 Million in Debt Repurchases
​​On September 27, 2013, Liberty Mutual Group Inc. (“LMGI”) disclosed that from June 30, 2013 until September 27, 2013, the company repurchased $151,893,000 in principal of its 10.75% Series C Junior Subordinated Notes, due 2088 (“Notes”). As of September 27, 2013, $364,353,000 in principal of the Notes remained outstanding. Further, LMGI has agreed to purchase an additional $12,725,000 in principal of the Notes subject to settlement. This information is being disclosed in connection with a potential private transaction (see press release).
 
Series C Junior Subordinated Notes - The Series C Junior Subordinated Notes have been provided the benefit of the Replacement Capital Covenant entered into by the Company on March 7, 2007 in connection with the issuance of $700,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the Company's Series A Junior Subordinated Notes and $300,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the Series B Junior Subordinated Notes. Please click here for additional information.

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​Financial Strength Ratings:
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* Moody's → 'A2' (Good)
* Standard & Poor's → 'A' (Strong)

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* Moody's → 'A2' (Good)
* Standard & Poor's → 'A' (Strong)

Contact Us

​​​Investor Contact:
Edward Peña
Director, Investor Relations
Liberty Mutual Insurance
175 Berkeley St. M/S M04D
Boston, MA 02116
(857) 224-6655

Contact Investor Relations

Media Contact:
Richard Angevine
Public Relations Consultant
Liberty Mutual Insurance
175 Berkeley St. M/S M09G
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 574-6638

Solvency and Financial Condition Report:
Please be advised that the Liberty International European Holdings S.L.U. Solvency and Financial Condition Reports may be requested here​.

​​​Investor Contact:
Edward Peña
Director, Investor Relations
Liberty Mutual Insurance
175 Berkeley St. M/S M04D
Boston, MA 02116
(857) 224-6655

Contact Investor Relations

Media Contact:
Richard Angevine
Public Relations Consultant
Liberty Mutual Insurance
175 Berkeley St. M/S M09G
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 574-6638

Solvency and Financial Condition Report:
Please be advised that the Liberty International European Holdings S.L.U. Solvency and Financial Condition Reports may be requested here​.

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