1 I am Nampei Yanagawa of MS&AD Holdings. Thank you for finding the time in your busy schedules to participate in our conference call today.
5 Please look at the first page, Slide 1, of the slides entitled Materials for FY2014 Results Briefing - Conference Call. I will begin with explaining the Group's top line. Thanks to contributions from increased premiums at domestic non-life insurance companies and also overseas subsidiaries, net premiums written increased by billion yen, or 4.7% year-on-year to 2,940.7 billion yen. Meanwhile, life insurance premiums increased by 42.7 billion yen, or 6.3% to billion yen due to sales by MSI Primary Life remaining strong while premiums also increased at MSI Aioi Life.
6 Next, please look at Slide 2. As shown in the top section of the slide, the Group's consolidated ordinary profit increased by 96.8 billion yen year-on-year to 287 billion yen. The main factors behind this included a 69.3 billion yen increase in income at Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance and a 41 billion yen increase in income at Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance. Further, the net income shown in the bottom section increased by 42.7 billion yen year-on-year to billion yen, despite the negative impact of the lowered corporate income tax rate amounting to 25.6 billion yen.
7 Next, please look at Slide 3. Group core profit increased by 60.9 billion yen year-on-year, to billion yen. Furthermore, Group ROE was up 1.4 points year-on-year to 5.9%. Also, as announced on May 7, the year-end cash dividend for FY2014 will be 36 yen. This will bring the dividend payout for the year to 65 yen per share, including the interim dividend of 29 yen that has already been paid, resulting in a year-on-year dividend increase of 9 yen. In addition, as stated in the release entitled "Notice Regarding Repurchase of the Company s Own Shares, issued today along with the Earnings Report, at a Board of Directors meeting held today a resolution was passed approving a repurchase of shares, with an upper limit of 20 billion yen. This will be implemented expeditiously, taking into consideration our results and the current share price level, with the aim of improving capital efficiency. We intend to raise the annual dividend payout for FY2015 to 70 yen per share, which is 5 yen higher than annual dividend in FY2014. I will explain more details later.
8 Next, please look at Slide 4. I will explain the breakdown of the year-on-year change in consolidated ordinary profit. As shown in the graph on the right, a 63 billion yen gains on sales of securities was made in the domestic non-life insurance companies in response to the additional provision for price fluctuation reserves in FY2014. However, the impact of natural catastrophes, including the heavy snowfalls of February 2014 in Japan and the floods in Thailand in 2011, improved by 69 billion yen, and the underwriting profit of domestic non-life insurance companies after excluding the impact of these natural catastrophes and catastrophe reserves improved by 30.2 billion yen, boosting consolidated ordinary profit. Overseas subsidiaries also made a positive contribution of 14.9 billion yen. Meanwhile, negative factors include the impact of catastrophe reserves in domestic non-life insurance companies totaling 34.3 billion yen, investment profit and other excluding equivalent amount of the price fluctuation reserve for domestic non-life insurance totaling 17.5 billion yen, and 23.6 billion yen at domestic life insurance subsidiaries.
9 Next I will provide an overview of the simple-sum performance of the two core domestic non-life insurance companies. Please look at Slide 5. First of all, net premiums written for the two companies increased by 77.5 billion yen or 3.1% year-on-year, mainly due to increased premiums in automobile insurance and compulsory automobile liability insurance in both companies stemming from the effect of a revision in premiums, as well as strong growth in fire insurance. Next, incurred losses for the simple sum of the two companies decreased by 68.4 billion yen year-on-year. This was due mainly to a significant decrease in the impact of natural catastrophes, including the heavy snowfalls of the preceding fiscal year, which reduced losses by 69 billion yen. Other factors include a low level of accidents in automobile insurance, leading to lower losses on the one hand, and on the other hand an increase in losses due to major claims and an increase in IBNR reserves, mainly in Japan. As a result, the combined underwriting profit for the two companies improved substantially by 64.9 billion yen, to 28.7 billion yen.
10 Next, please look at Slide 6. The sum of investment profit and other ordinary profit improved by 45.4 billion yen year-on-year to billion yen, primarily due to gains on sales of securities for an additional provision for price fluctuation reserves. The two companies sold a total of 91 billion yen in strategic equity holdings. As a result, ordinary profit for the two core domestic non-life insurance companies increased billion yen year-on-year to billion yen, and net income increased by 57.4 billion yen year-on-year to billion yen. The combined extraordinary loss of the two companies amounted to 36.9 billion yen, including an additional provision for price fluctuation reserves totaling 63 billion yen. This also includes 27.4 billion yen in extraordinary income associated with the Group's reorganization by function, but this portion was made up of internal transactions within the Group and was eliminated in consolidated accounting.
11 Next, I will explain the impact of natural catastrophes. Please look at Slide 7. The impact of natural catastrophes decreased by 69.1 billion yen year-to-year, to 25.7 billion yen, as shown in the bottom row, totaling the impacts of natural catastrophes that occurred in Japan in FY2014, heavy snowfalls that occurred in February 2014 and the floods in Thailand that occurred in FY2011. This can be broken down into 30.1 billion yen in natural catastrophes that occurred in Japan in FY2014, and the impact of heavy snowfalls in 2014 totaling 2.2 billion yen, with the impact of the floods in Thailand that occurred in FY2011 decreasing by 6.5 billion yen.
12 Next, please look at Slide 8. I will now explain the situation concerning the catastrophe reserve. In the combined net change of the catastrophe reserve for Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance across all lines of business, there was a provision of 31.3 billion yen, indicating an increase in the provision of 34.3 billion yen from last year, which there were reversals of those, as shown on the bottom row. An additional provision of catastrophe reserves was 17 billion yen in total of two companies.
13 Next, please look at Slide 9. I will now discuss the situation concerning voluntary automobile insurance. The line graph at the top left shows the change in the number of automobile insurance accidents. The year-on-year decrease rate in the number of accidents was in gradual decline until this January, but the trend for February and March is difficult to ascertain due to the impact of the heavy snowfalls last February. Next, please take a look at the Factors of increase/decrease in insurance premiums in the tables at the bottom. Insurance premium unit prices rose 3.3% at Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance and 3.0% at Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance, indicating the continuing effect of product revisions, including rate revisions previously implemented. Under these circumstances, the earned-incurred loss ratio, shown by the graph on the upper right, has continued to steadily improve, down 4.8 points year-on-year to 61.6% in FY2014. Meanwhile, as is shown at the bottom of this slide, the average payout per claim for property damage liability and vehicle damage continues to trend upward in both companies, with the additional impact of the hike in the consumption tax rate in April of last year and the ongoing rise in repair costs, and this is something we will continue to keep an eye on.
14 Next, I will explain the situation at MSI Aioi Life. Please look at Slide 10. The amount of new policies decreased 7.1% year-on-year due to a drop in income guarantee insurance and other factors, but the annualized premiums of new policies increased by 9.6% year-on-year due to strong sales of the third sector product New Medical Insurance A (Ace). The amount of policies in force increased by 3.7% year-on-year, while annualized premiums of policies in force also rose by 6.0%, showing steady growth. Meanwhile, although payments for death benefits have decreased, net income decreased by 2.2 billion yen year-on-year to 4.4 billion yen, due to increases in temporary costs such as updates to core systems, the impact of the revision of the consumption tax rate and the impact of the lowering of the corporate income tax rate.
15 Continuing on, we ll go over the results for MSI Primary Life. Please look at Slide 11. Boosted by continued strong sales of foreign currency-denominated fixed whole life insurance and favorable sales of the variable whole life insurance launched last year, gross premiums income at MSI Primary Life rose by 27.5% to 1,054 billion yen. The amount of policies in force rose by 9.9% year-on-year to 4,421 billion yen, reflecting the strong sales mentioned earlier and a generally favorable market environment. At the same time, net income declined by 5.5 billion yen, to 12.4 billion yen, owing to an increase in the provision for policy reserves, reflecting a drop in Australian dollar interest rates.
16 Next, I will explain the condition of overseas subsidiaries. Please look at Slide 12. Net premiums written increased by 21.9% overall, to billion yen. This includes the 20.9 billion yen impact of exchange rates and the 12.8 billion yen effect of new consolidations, but even if these are excluded, there was an increase in net premiums written on a local currency basis in all regions. Net income increased by 15 billion yen year-on-year to 35 billion yen, while all regions making a contribution, especially in Asia.
17 In the following slides from 13 to 18, you will find the non-consolidated results of both Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance for FY2014. Please refer to them later.
25 Next, I will explain the consolidated earnings forecast for FY2015. Please look at Slide 19. Group consolidated net premiums written are projected to rise by 4.3% to 3,066 billion yen. Growth in net premiums written is also estimated to exceed 100 billion yen in the current fiscal year, and this forecast incorporates the steady implementation of reorganization by function and growth strategies at Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance, while also continuing to expand the operations of overseas subsidiaries. We forecast life insurance premiums of 847 billion yen, for a growth rate of 17.4%. The lower section of the table shows gross premium income for life insurance for your reference. Mitsui Sumitomo Primary Life Insurance plans to shift from a record-high level of sales in FY2014 back to a normal level of sales in FY2015.
26 Next, I will explain ordinary profit and net income for FY2015. Please look at Slide 20. Group consolidated ordinary profit is forecast at 242 billion yen, a decrease of 45 billion yen year-on-year. However, we expect net income to increase 20.7 billion yen year-on-year, to 157 billion yen. The positive and negative factors are explained in the next slide.
27 Please look at Slide 21. In the graph, FY2014 ordinary profit is shown on the left, and the year-on-year positive and negative factors for FY2015 are listed. Also, in FY2014 there was a 63 billion yen gain on the sale of securities to provide an additional provision to price fluctuation reserves, and so 224 billion yen is shown as the base figure, excluding the impact of this factor. The increase in the next item to the right, "Domestic non-life earned premiums, is the main reason for the higher profit level. Incurred losses also increased in line with this, but the increase in the loss burden was only 12.2 billion yen due to the impact of the automobile insurance premium revisions carried out in October 2014, as well as the lack of large claims and elimination of the IBNR burden seen in FY2014. The next item, "Domestic non-life expenses", shows the increase in expenses including commissions. This was mainly due to higher commissions associated with top-line growth, and we plan a year-on-year reduction in company expenses. The next item, "Catastrophe reserves", shows an increase of 20.4 billion yen, but we do not expect to make any additional provisions. The items I have mentioned so far are the main positive and negative factors relating to underwriting. Compared with the increase in earned premiums, the increase in the various expense items is small, and we forecast an increase in underwriting profit. The next items show changes in the investment performance in the domestic non-life business, ordinary profit of domestic life insurance and at overseas subsidiaries. In all cases, we expect a drop in profit compared with FY2014, which was a strong year. As a result of these factors, we expect ordinary profit of 242 billion yen in FY2015, or an increase of 18 billion yen compared with FY2014, excluding additional provision of the price fluctuation reserve factor.
28 Next, I will talk about Group core profit. Please look at Slide 22. Group core profit will be 151 billion yen in FY2015, which although slightly lower than FY2014, is 31 billion yen higher than our medium-term management plan target of 120 billion yen. Given this situation, we intend to raise the annual dividend payout for FY2015 to 70 yen, which is 5 yen higher than the 65 yen annual dividend per share in FY2014.
29 The major assumptions used in these forecasts are explained in the next slide. Please look at Slide 23. Our market assumptions, including for the Nikkei Stock Average and foreign exchange, are based on levels at the end of March, Assumptions about losses due to domestic natural catastrophes are based on a total of 40 billion yen for the two non-life insurance companies combined, an increase of 2 billion yen taking into account policy conditions and other factors. As mentioned here, claims paid for heavy snowfalls and others will only have a small impact on results this year. Our catastrophe reserve assumptions are stated in the slide, and there is no change to the provision rate. Regarding the additional provision for catastrophe reserve, made in FY2014, we do not plan to make any additional provision this year due to the reduced impact of reversals following the heavy snowfalls. This is not mentioned in the slide, but we do not plan to make an additional provision to the price fluctuation reserve. The corporate tax rate is 28.8%, reflecting the reduction in the tax rate.
30 In the following Slide 24 and onwards, you will find details of the non-consolidated earnings forecast for both Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance for FY2015, and materials on the simple sum of the two companies on a non-consolidated basis. In addition, as a reference, Slide 30 contains an excerpt from the forecast for FY2017 shown on page 15 of the Explanatory Material for Business Results announced with the Earnings Report today. Please refer to it later. Lastly, today we issued a release entitled "Strengthening Corporate Governance". With the aims of ensuring the group's sustainable growth and enhancing enterprise value, we have decided to create the Governance Committee, whose members are mainly outside directors, and we have established criteria for the selection of director candidates and corporate auditor candidates. This will enable us to further strengthen a management framework that will allow us to make business decisions in a manner that is both transparent and fair as well as quick and decisive. In addition, the ratio of independent outside directors will be increased to one-third, and we have introduced stock options as equity compensation. Notes that stock options as equity compensation is being introduced for all directors and executive directors of the core companies Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance, excluding external directors. This is subject to the approval of the General Meeting of Shareholders. This concludes my presentation.
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