BB Seguridade Participações S A : Comunicado ao Mercado
08/02/2021 | 06:02am EDT
2nd quarter 2021
P R E S E N T A T I O N
The Management Discussion and Analysis - MD&A presents the economic and financial status of BB Seguridade Participações S.A. (BB Seguridade). Directed to financial analysts, shareholders and investors, this quarterly report provides an analysis of economic and financial
indicators of BB Seguridade, stocks' performance and other aspects considered relevant for the assessment of the company's
The consolidated financial statements were prepared in compliance with the International Financial Reporting Standards - IFRS.
All the analyses in this report are based on IFRS Financial Statements, but are occasionally supplemented by managerial data, besides other information calculated based on accounting principles determined by the Superintendência de Seguros Privados - SUSEP (the regulator of the insurance industry in Brazil).
In the investees, since the fourth quarter of 2020, the financial statements are prepared in compliance with the accounting standard of the respective regulator, except when mentioned in a different accounting standard.
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These forward looking statements are not guarantee of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties that could overextendthe control of the management, and thus can result in balances and values different from those anticipated and discussed in this report. The expectations and projections depend on market conditions (technological changes, competitive constraints on products, prices, etc.), on the country's macroeconomic performance (interest and exchange rates, political and economic changes, inflation, changes in tax rules, etc.) and on international markets.
Future expectations based on this report should consider the risks and uncertainties that involve BB Seguridade's businesses. BBSeguridade has no responsibility to update any estimate contained either in this report or in previously published reports.
Tables and charts in this report show, in addition to the accounting balances, financial and managerial figures. The relative variationrates are calculated before the rounding procedure in R$ million. The rounding method used follows the rules established by Resolution 886/66 of IBGE's Foundation: if the decimal number is equal or greater than 0.5, it increases by one unit, if the decimalnumber is less than 0.5, there is no increase.
In the 2Q21, the net income of BB Seguridade reduced R$228.1 million (-23.2%) YoY. Notwithstanding the strong growth of the result of the distribution segment (BB Corretora, +R$67.9 million) YoY, the worsening of the health crisis and the volatility of the net investment income negatively impacted the result arising from the other segments, as follows:
Brasilprev (-R$171.0 million): justified by the drop of the net investment income, as consequence of the differential in the inflation indexes that adjusted the assets (IPCA and IGP-M of the current period) and liabilities (IGP-M with lag of one month) of the defined benefit plans;
Brasilseg (-R$100.1 million): mostly impacted by the worsening of the sanitary crisis, which reached the peak of Covid-19 deaths in the 2Q21 since the beginning of the pandemic, raising the loss ratio by 19.7 p.p.;
Brasilcap (-R$16.0 million): due to the retraction of the net investment income, partially offset by the drop in the G&A expenses and in the acquisition costs; and
Result of the holding (-R$2.9 million): impacted by the lower average balance of financial investments, due to the capital reduction held on April 2020.
In the 1H21, the net income fell R$133.8 million (-7.2%). In the first half of 2021, BB Corretora was also the positive highlight, with a solid growth (+R$96.2 million), due to higher brokerage revenues in the mains business lines, and the expansion in the EBIT margin. On the other hand, the adversities arising from the Covid-19 pandemic impacted the results of the other segments, as follows:
Brasilprev (-R$100.3 million): despite the robust increase in the operating result (+12.9%), the net investment income was down, due to the spike in the IGP-M which led the raise in the yield on bearing liabilities of the traditional plans;
Brasilseg (-R$97.8 million): impacted by higher frequency on reported claims related to products with death coverage, due to the increase in the number of deaths related to Covid-19;
Brasilcap (-R$9.0 million): due to the retraction of the net interest margin, partially offset by the growth in the revenues with load fee and the drop in the G&A expenses and in the acquisition costs; and
Figure 1 - Non-interest operating results¹
Chg. On 2Q20
Chg. On 1H20
¹Non-interest operating results before taxes, weighted by the equity stake
Figure 2 - Impact of Brasilprev's net investment income to the adjusted net income (R$ million)¹
Adjuste d net in co me
Adjuste d net in co me e xclud in g the im pact o f one -m onth lag in the IGP-M
¹Impact of the one-month lag in the IGP-M accrual on liabilities.
Result of the holding (-R$13.6 million): justified by both the reduction in the average balance of financial investments and the lower average Selic rate, partially offset by the fall in G&A expenses.
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