CINCINNATI, Oct. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cincinnati Monetary Company(Nasdaq: CINF) immediately introduced that its consolidated third-quarter outcomes are anticipated to incorporate pretax disaster losses of roughly $252 million – representing an impression on the third-quarter 2022 mixed ratio of roughly 13.9 share factors, based mostly on estimated property casualty earned premiums. The corporate’s 5‑12 months historic common contribution of disaster losses to the mixed ratio is 11.6 share factors for the third quarter.

The disaster loss estimate consists of $220 million from Hurricane Ian, excluding any results of reinstatement premiums assumed or ceded, along with much less extreme storms. Losses estimated for Hurricane Ian as of September 30, 2022, didn’t attain a stage relevant to Cincinnati Insurance coverage’s property disaster treaty or Cincinnati Re’s property disaster extra of loss protection as each reinsurance preparations embody retention of the primary $100 million of any loss. The estimate for complete third-quarter 2022 disaster losses incurred consists of roughly $46 million for the industrial traces insurance coverage section; $69 million for the non-public traces insurance coverage section; $112 million for Cincinnati Re® and $25 million for Cincinnati World Underwriting Ltdsm.

Steven J. Johnston, chairman and CEO, commented: “Our hearts exit to all those that discovered themselves within the path of Hurricane Ian. We have now deployed storm groups – made up of our personal associates who volunteer to serve additional throughout catastrophes in order that we are able to shortly start the restoration course of for our policyholders. That is when our claims associates shine, delivering quick, honest and empathetic service.

“Up to now this 12 months we have seen a wide range of challenges – inflation, declining inventory and bond markets and a Class 4 hurricane – reinforcing our perception within the significance of sustaining our long-term focus. Our stable monetary place ensures our capability to proceed executing on our strategic initiatives, rising our company plant, introducing diversifying merchandise and investing in our gifted associates.”

Estimated losses and bills from catastrophe-related claims are anticipated to convey the corporate’s third-quarter 2022 property casualty mixed ratio to roughly 104%. The mixed ratio earlier than disaster losses continues to mirror elevated uncertainty of estimated final losses, due partially to elevated paid losses reflecting financial or different types of inflation. Web written premium development is estimated to be roughly 14% for the quarter.

Declining inventory markets drove third-quarter 2022 earnings to a web loss estimated to be between $2.61 and $2.67 per share, with non-GAAP working earnings starting from $0.70 to $0.76 on a per share foundation. To reconcile web earnings to working earnings, web funding positive factors and losses on an after-tax foundation is eliminated.

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The unaudited loss estimates and different information offered on this launch is preliminary, based mostly upon administration estimates and topic to the completion of the corporate’s procedures for the preparation of its quarterly monetary statements. Consequently, additional changes could also be made between now and the time monetary outcomes for the quarter are finalized. 

Cincinnati Monetary plans to report closing outcomes for third-quarter 2022 on Monday, October 31, after the shut of normal buying and selling on the Nasdaq Inventory Market. A convention name to debate the outcomes can be held at 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday, November 1, with a dwell, audio-only web broadcast obtainable at

About Cincinnati Monetary

Cincinnati Monetary Company provides primarily enterprise, residence and auto insurance coverage by way of The Cincinnati Insurance coverage Firm and its two customary market property casualty corporations. The identical native impartial insurance coverage businesses that market these insurance policies might supply merchandise of our different subsidiaries, together with life insurance coverage, mounted annuities and surplus traces property and casualty insurance coverage. For extra details about the corporate, please go to

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Protected Harbor Assertion

That is our “Protected Harbor” assertion beneath the Personal Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Our enterprise is topic to sure dangers and uncertainties which will trigger precise outcomes to vary materially from these urged by the forward-looking statements on this report. A few of these dangers and uncertainties are mentioned in our 2021 Annual Report on Type 10-Okay, Merchandise 1A, Danger Components, Web page 32.

Components that would trigger or contribute to such variations embody, however will not be restricted to:

  • Results of the COVID-19 pandemic that would have an effect on outcomes for causes akin to: 
    • Securities market disruption or volatility and associated results akin to decreased financial exercise and continued provide chain disruptions that have an effect on our funding portfolio and guide worth
    • An unusually excessive stage of claims in our insurance coverage or reinsurance operations that improve litigation-related bills
    • An unusually excessive stage of insurance coverage losses, together with danger of laws or courtroom choices extending enterprise interruption insurance coverage in industrial property protection varieties to cowl claims for pure financial loss associated to the COVID-19 pandemic
    • Decreased premium income and money movement from disruption to our distribution channel of impartial brokers, client self-isolation, journey limitations, enterprise restrictions and decreased financial exercise
    • Lack of ability of our workforce, businesses or distributors to carry out vital enterprise capabilities
  • Ongoing developments regarding enterprise interruption insurance coverage claims and litigation associated to the COVID-19 pandemic that have an effect on our estimates of losses and loss adjustment bills or our capability to moderately estimate such losses, akin to:
    • The persevering with period of the pandemic and governmental actions to restrict the unfold of the virus which will produce extra financial losses
    • The variety of policyholders that can in the end submit claims or file lawsuits
    • The dearth of submitted proofs of loss for allegedly coated claims
    • Judicial rulings in related litigation involving different corporations within the insurance coverage business
    • Variations in state legal guidelines and creating case regulation
    • Litigation tendencies, together with various authorized theories superior by policyholders
    • Whether or not and to what diploma any class of policyholders could also be licensed
    • The inherent unpredictability of litigation
  • Unusually excessive ranges of disaster losses because of danger concentrations, adjustments in climate patterns (whether or not on account of international local weather change or in any other case), environmental occasions, struggle or political unrest, terrorism incidents, cyberattacks, civil unrest or different causes
  • Elevated frequency and/or severity of claims or improvement of claims which are unexpected on the time of coverage issuance, because of inflationary tendencies or different causes
  • Insufficient estimates or assumptions, or reliance on third-party information used for crucial accounting estimates
  • Declines in general inventory market values negatively affecting our fairness portfolio and guide worth
  • Extended low rate of interest atmosphere or different components that restrict our capability to generate development in funding earnings or rate of interest fluctuations that end in declining values of fixed-maturity investments, together with declines in accounts wherein we maintain bank-owned life insurance coverage contract belongings
  • Home and international occasions, akin to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, leading to capital market or credit score market uncertainty, adopted by extended intervals of financial instability or recession, that result in:
    • Vital or extended decline within the honest worth of a specific safety or group of securities and impairment of the asset(s)
    • Vital decline in funding earnings because of diminished or eradicated dividend payouts from a specific safety or group of securities
    • Vital rise in losses from surety or director and officer insurance policies written for monetary establishments or different insured entities
  • Our incapability to handle Cincinnati World or different subsidiaries to supply associated enterprise alternatives and development prospects for our ongoing operations
  • Recession, extended elevated inflation or different financial circumstances leading to decrease demand for insurance coverage merchandise or elevated fee delinquencies
  • Ineffective info know-how techniques or discontinuing to develop and implement enhancements in know-how might impression our success and profitability
  • Difficulties with know-how or information safety breaches, together with cyberattacks, that would negatively have an effect on our or our brokers’ capability to conduct enterprise; disrupt {our relationships} with brokers, policyholders and others; trigger reputational harm, mitigation bills and information loss and expose us to legal responsibility beneath federal and state legal guidelines
  • Difficulties with our operations and know-how which will negatively impression our capability to conduct enterprise, together with cloud-based information info storage, information safety, cyberattacks, distant working capabilities, and/or outsourcing relationships and third-party operations and information safety
  • Disruption of the insurance coverage market attributable to know-how improvements akin to driverless automobiles that would lower client demand for insurance coverage merchandise
  • Delays, insufficient information developed internally or from third events, or efficiency inadequacies from ongoing improvement and implementation of underwriting and pricing strategies, together with telematics and different usage-based insurance coverage strategies, or know-how initiatives and enhancements anticipated to extend our pricing accuracy, underwriting revenue and competitiveness
  • Intense competitors, and the impression of innovation, technological change and altering buyer preferences on the insurance coverage business and the markets wherein we function, may hurt our capability to take care of or improve our capability to take care of or improve our enterprise volumes and profitability
  • Altering client insurance-buying habits and consolidation of impartial insurance coverage businesses may alter our aggressive benefits
  • Lack of ability to acquire enough ceded reinsurance on acceptable phrases, quantity of reinsurance protection bought, monetary power of reinsurers and the potential for nonpayment or delay in fee by reinsurers
  • Lack of ability to defer coverage acquisition prices for any enterprise section if pricing and loss tendencies would lead administration to conclude that section couldn’t obtain sustainable profitability
  • Lack of ability of our subsidiaries to pay dividends in keeping with present or previous ranges
  • Occasions or circumstances that would weaken or hurt {our relationships} with our impartial businesses and hamper alternatives so as to add new businesses, leading to limitations on our alternatives for development, akin to:
    • Downgrades of our monetary power scores
    • Issues that doing enterprise with us is simply too troublesome
    • Perceptions that our stage of service, significantly claims service, is now not a distinguishing attribute within the market
    • Lack of ability or unwillingness to nimbly develop and introduce protection product updates and improvements that our opponents supply and customers anticipate finding within the market
  • Actions of insurance coverage departments, state attorneys common or different regulatory businesses, together with a change to a federal system of regulation from a state-based system, that:
    • Impose new obligations on us that improve our bills or change the assumptions underlying our crucial accounting estimates
    • Place the insurance coverage business beneath better regulatory scrutiny or end in new statutes, guidelines and rules
    • Limit our capability to exit or cut back writings of unprofitable coverages or traces of enterprise
    • Add assessments for warranty funds, different insurance coverage‑associated assessments or obligatory reinsurance preparations; or that impair our capability to recuperate such assessments by way of future surcharges or different price adjustments
    • Improve our provision for federal earnings taxes because of adjustments in tax regulation
    • Improve our different bills
    • Restrict our capability to set honest, enough and cheap charges
    • Place us at a drawback within the market
    • Limit our capability to execute our enterprise mannequin, together with the way in which we compensate brokers
  • Adversarial outcomes from litigation or administrative proceedings, together with results of social inflation on the dimensions of litigation awards
  • Occasions or actions, together with unauthorized intentional circumvention of controls, that cut back our future capability to take care of efficient inner management over monetary reporting beneath the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
  • Unexpected departure of sure govt officers or different key workers because of retirement, well being or different causes that would interrupt progress towards necessary strategic objectives or diminish the effectiveness of sure longstanding relationships with insurance coverage brokers and others
  • Our incapability, or the shortcoming of our impartial brokers, to draw and retain personnel in a aggressive labor market, impacting the client expertise and altering our aggressive benefits
  • Occasions, akin to an epidemic, pure disaster or terrorism, that would hamper our capability to assemble our workforce at our headquarters location or work successfully in a distant atmosphere

Additional, our insurance coverage companies are topic to the consequences of adjusting social, international, financial and regulatory environments. Public and regulatory initiatives have included efforts to adversely affect and limit premium charges, limit the flexibility to cancel insurance policies, impose underwriting requirements and broaden general regulation. We are also topic to public and regulatory initiatives that may have an effect on the market worth for our frequent inventory, akin to measures affecting company monetary reporting and governance. The final adjustments and eventual results, if any, of those initiatives are unsure.

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