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Q3 2018 Balance Appointment Call

Oct. 25, 2018, 10:30 a.m. ET

Operator

Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and acceptable to Amerisafe’s 2018 Third Division Balance Appointment Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode. Later, we will conduct a question-and-answer affair and instructions will be accustomed at that time. (Operator Instructions). As a reminder, this alarm may be recorded.

It is now my amusement to acquaint General Counsel, Ms. Kathryn Shirley. Please go ahead.

Kathryn Shirley — Executive VP, General Counsel & Secretary

Good morning. Acceptable to the Amerisafe 2018 third division broker call. If you accept not accustomed the balance release, it is accessible on our website, at www.amerisafe.com. This alarm is actuality recorded. A epitomize of today’s alarm will be available. Capacity on how to admission the epitomize are in the balance release.

During this call, we will be authoritative advanced statements. These statements are based on accepted expectations and assumptions that are accountable to assorted risks and uncertainties. Actual after-effects may alter materially from the after-effects bidding or adumbrated in these statements if the basal assumptions prove to be incorrect or as a aftereffect of risks, uncertainties and added factors, including factors discussed in today’s balance release, in the comments fabricated during this alarm and in the Blow Factors area of our Form 10-K, Form 10-Qs and added letters and filings with the Balance and Exchange Commission. We do not undertake any assignment to amend any advanced statement.

I will now about-face the alarm over to Janelle Frost, Amerisafe’s President and CEO.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Kathryn, and acceptable morning, everyone. Industrywide blow bulk connected to abatement this quarter, authoritative workers’ advantage the alone bartering band with bulk decreases anesthetized on to policyholders. Such an ambiance sets the date for carriers to attempt for exceptional dollars.

Amerisafe’s history and accepted year after-effects reflect our conduct to appraise and bulk our risks for abiding adherence and profitability. It is because of that conduct that our lath declared a appropriate allotment of $3.50 to our shareholders, while advancement able basic to assure our policyholders and calmly accomplish our company. In addition, our advisers accept created a advancing workplace, which was accustomed by business interns as one of the best places to assignment in insurance.

Amerisafe is active on our action of bearing favorable allotment on disinterestedness and accretion book bulk per allotment adapted for assets paid to shareholders. This quarter’s after-effects are constant with our action and produced a accumulated arrangement of 81.1% and an ROE of 17.4%. I will altercate the operational metrics afore axis the alarm over to Neal Fuller to altercate financials.

Gross premiums accounting this division was bottomward 2%, impacted by a change in analysis exceptional and accompanying adjustments. Analysis exceptional remained absolute this quarter, advertence insured payrolls were bigger than estimated. In accession to analysis premium, the “related adjustment” includes endorsements and cancellations. In allegory to aftermost year’s third quarter, we accomplished $1.4 actor added in abandoning premium. This division was abundantly impacted by a distinct ample annual we chose to aish for contravention with assurance recommendations. In total, audit, exceptional and accompanying adjustments decreased gross premiums accounting $2.1 actor this quarter.

Premium for behavior accounting in the division were about flat, and appraisement on those behavior was bottomward constant in a 1.65 ELCM. I accept we accept been acknowledging in acclimation the connected abatement in accustomed blow costs, while authoritative appropriately priced blow selections, decidedly aback it comes to application policies. As a reminder, here’s a annual of our consecutive ELCMs aback the third division of 2017; 1.69, 1,65, 1.63, 1.66 and now, 1.65. As added evidenced, our action assimilation this division was 93.1%.

As for losses, our blow arrangement was 55.9%, comprised of the accepted blow year blow arrangement of 71.5% and a favorable above-mentioned year blow arrangement of 15.6% or $13.3 actor of favorable blow development. The accepted blow year blow arrangement remained banausic from the aboriginal two abode of 2018. We’ve apparent an access in abundance and abstinent severity, but aural accepted ranges. As I tend to attention aback discussing claims trend, we assure chancy industries with abeyant for astringent claims. Those accidents action randomly, which accomplish annual losses incurred lumpy. The aforementioned holds accurate for our adeptness to aing on several claims. There’s no seasonality, which is why the favorable development apprenticed by alone case affluence is beneath anticipated in any accustomed quarter. This quarter’s favorable development was primarily attributable to blow years 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

I attending advanced to your questions afterwards in the alarm and will now about-face it over to, Neal.

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Thank you, Janelle. For the third division of 2018, Amerisafe appear net assets of $19.7 actor or $1.02 per adulterated share, compared with $16.6 actor or $0.86 per adulterated allotment in aftermost year’s third quarter. Operating net assets for the division was $19.5 actor or $1.01 per share, an access of $0.14 from $0.87 in the third division of 2017. Revenues in the division added 0.8% to $93.5 million, compared with the third division of 2017. Net premiums becoming were collapsed aback compared to aftermost year’s third quarter, absorption accepted bazaar altitude and from lower analysis and added accompanying exceptional adjustments, which can be capricious from quarter-to-quarter.

Turning to our advance portfolio, net advance assets added 1.2% in the third division to $7.9 actor compared with $7.8 actor in the third division of 2017. The access was due to hardly college yields on investments compared with aftermost year’s third quarter. The tax agnate crop on our advance portfolio was 3.01% at the end of the quarter. The pre-tax crop on the portfolio was 2.70% at the end of the quarter, up 16 base credibility from 2.54% at year-end. There were no impairments on any of the balance captivated in the portfolio during the quarter.

At quarter-end, the advance portfolio agitated an boilerplate AA appraisement with a continuance of 3.84. It was composed of 54% in borough bonds, 22% in accumulated bonds, 18% in U.S. treasuries and agencies and the in banknote and added investments. About 56% of our band portfolio is composed of held-to-maturity securities, which were in an all-embracing abeyant blow position of $2.9 actor at quarter-end. These abeyant losses are not reflected in our book bulk as the bonds are agitated at amortized cost.

Moving now to operating expenses, our absolute underwriting and added costs were $20.6 actor in the quarter, compared with $19.3 actor in the third division of 2017. The access was abundantly due to college loss-based assessments and agency expense, compared with aftermost year’s third quarter. By category, the 2018 third division costs included $6.2 actor of salaries and benefits, $6.4 actor in commissions and $8 actor of underwriting and added costs. Our bulk arrangement for the division was 24.2%, compared with 22.7% in the third division of 2017.

Our tax bulk was decidedly lower in the quarter, as a aftereffect of the new lower 21% federal accumulated tax bulk in 2018. Our tax bulk for the division was 19.5%, compared to 29.6% for aftermost year’s third quarter. Return on disinterestedness for the third division of 2018 was 17.4%, compared to 13.6% for the third division of 2017 and operating ROE for the division was 17.1%.

Now, axis to basic management. On October 23, 2018, the company’s Lath of Directors declared a accustomed annual banknote allotment of $0.22 per share, payable on December 28, 2018, to shareholders of almanac as of December 14, 2018. In addition, as allotment of our advancing basic administration efforts, and as Janelle mentioned earlier, the company’s lath declared a appropriate allotment of $3.50 per allotment for shareholders, with the aforementioned almanac and payable dates. This brings the absolute bulk of appropriate assets paid out in the aftermost bristles years to $14.75.

Several added items to agenda for you today. Our book bulk per allotment at September 30, 2018, was $23.82, an access of 7.8% from $22.10 at year-end. Our accustomed surplus was $392 actor at quarter-end, up from $382 actor at December 31, 2017. And we will be filing our Form 10-Q with the SEC tomorrow, October 26 afterwards the bazaar closes.

That brings me to the end of my animadversion on the quarter, and we’re now accessible to accessible up the alarm for the question-and-answer session. Operator?

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Operator

Thank you. (Operator Instructions) And our aboriginal catechism comes from the band of Randy Binner with B. Riley. Your band is now open.

Randolph Binner — B. Riley FBR, Inc. — Analyst

Hey, acceptable morning. Thanks. I capital to absolutely ask about the annual abandoning due to assurance issues aloof because it’s — I apperceive that you all focus on assurance a lot and do a lot of inspections. But I mean, it’s abnormal for that to affectionate of affect the numbers in the allowance in the quarter. So could you aggrandize on that? Is it abandoned or not and aloof like to apperceive added there?

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes. It’s a acceptable question. The acumen it impacted the quarter, the acumen we brought it up was because it was a ample account. So for us, a ample annual is a six-figure account. This accurate annual was about $800,000. And as I mentioned, the change in the quarter-over-quarter was $1.4 million. So I acquainted like it was important to abstract that it was — that in accurate was one account, had that not been for that one account, the trend pie wouldn’t accept been so affecting in agreement of the banking results. Not adage that we don’t — consistently — we will aish accounts if we feel like they’re not acknowledging with our assurance recommendations, but that one annual was impactful to the quarter.

Randolph Binner — B. Riley FBR, Inc. — Analyst

Is that emblematic of annihilation that’s blow added broadly? Or is it aloof commodity that happens aback you accord with college hazards —

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

It’s aloof commodity that happens. I don’t added apprehend a trend into that.

Randolph Binner — B. Riley FBR, Inc. — Analyst

Yes, OK, fine. And then, I assumption aloof on the ELCM is so appealing abuse good. But the workers’ atone is as you saw — with your assets development is, from an all-in allowance angle is accomplishing absolutely well. May be the best, it’s done in forever, so what — how would you characterize the antagonism you’re seeing? Is it beyond carriers? Is it packaged business? Is it — is there any change in what we’ve apparent trend astute so far this year?

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Can I baddest all of the above?

Randolph Binner — B. Riley FBR, Inc. — Analyst

Yes, I am sure.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes, it’s ample carriers. Yes, it is competitive. But I would say, I don’t anticipate the aggressive mural absolutely afflicted from alike added division to third quarter. We’re still seeing the aforementioned things. Obviously, anecdotically, we see things on alone accounts, but there was not commodity abounding throughout the marketplace. And the best way I can aloof — I’ll use abstracts that’s out there, accessories that accept been out there, the best way I can alarm it is, MarketScout put out a address that said, of all the bartering lines, workers’ atone was the alone one that had apparent decreases anesthetized assimilate the policyholder. And it was 3% in the added quarter. It was 3% in the third quarter.

Yet aback you attending at the basal blow costs that are actuality approved, they’re acutely at a greater rate. So I anticipate that’s a acceptable example, at atomic on an industrywide basis. That’s not aloof chancy industries that we write, but on an industrywide basis, I anticipate that’s a acceptable angle to say carriers are still demonstrating some discipline. So may be either whether we accept in the loss, whether that’s we accept in the blow cost, adventures aren’t the same. Or to your point, bodies are aloof accepting agitation assertive that workers’ atone can be absolutely be assisting for a cord of years in a row. And so may be underwriters are a little bit added alert about that. And that’s — like I said, that’s aloof industrywide data, not specific to Amerisafe. But I anticipate it’s a acceptable indicator of alike what we’re seeing in agreement of competition.

When I attending at accounts that we may be offered face-lifting to and we didn’t get the renewal, area we see slippage is in those what we would alarm lower-hazard classes for us, not lower classes as in boilerplate business, but some of our lower chic business in agreement of hazards. That’s area we see slippage. We were absolutely not seeing that in with the aerial hazard of aerial hazard, if that makes any faculty to you.

Randolph Binner — B. Riley FBR, Inc. — Analyst

Yes. Aloof because that’s area you’re added acceptable to see package, and it’s easier for ample carriers to attach to it. Okay. That’s perfect. Thanks a lot.

Operator

Thank you. And our aing catechism comes from the band of Matthew Carletti with JMP Securities. Your band is now open.

Matthew Carletti — JMP Balance LLC — Analyst

Hey. Acceptable morning.

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Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Good morning, Matt.

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Good morning, Matt.

Matthew Carletti — JMP Balance LLC — Analyst

A brace of questions. Randy absolutely asked my aboriginal one. So we covered that. Allowance inflation, can you allocution a little bit about what you’re seeing with allowance aggrandizement if annihilation so far and what you ability expect? And a little bit about how benign that would be to, affectionate of, the bread-and-er archetypal of workers’ atone for you and how that would appulse the basal line?

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Right. As I declared in my beforehand remarks, analysis exceptional was absolute this quarter. I anticipate that’s important for us to emphasize. It was absolutely absolute but quarter-over-quarter, not as robust. Yes, we’re seeing allowance aggrandizement and probably, added to a beyond degree, I anticipate some of our added payrolls are absolutely advancing from added workers. So I think, as the abridgement has rebounded and may be a little bit added able-bodied than it was previously, our insurers, our audience are abacus workers to their workforce, which increases payrolls. Obviously, if we had our druthers, we’d rather it aloof be allowance aggrandizement because again the aforementioned workers, college wages.

Matthew Carletti — JMP Balance LLC — Analyst

Right.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

But I mean, we’re absolutely seeing new workers in the workforce.

Matthew Carletti — JMP Balance LLC — Analyst

Okay, great. And then, I guess, my added catechism would centermost about losses. And you commented affectionate of aerial akin on aloof the lumpiness of losses in the business. In agreement of what you guys authentic as ample losses, how is — you’re nine months through the year, affectionate of how are you attractive against affectionate of your annual or what you’d apprehend at this point? That said, caveated by the actuality that we’ve absolutely had abode afore area you get a lot in the aftermost anniversary of December or something. They are lumpy.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes, that’s right. Acknowledge you for pointing that out. It is not sequentially in nature. So as of the end of third quarter, we had 18 claims that were over $1 million. And at year-end, I accept that cardinal was — I’m attractive at Neal? 21 ?

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Last year.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

So blow year ’17 at anniversary was 21. And aback then, that calculation has appear bottomward acutely because we’ve bankrupt claims or able to settle. But we’re at 18 appropriate now as of the third quarter.

Matthew Carletti — JMP Balance LLC — Analyst

Okay. Appealing helpful. That’s all I got. Congrats on a actual nice quarter.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Matt.

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Thanks, Matt.

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Operator

Thank you. And our aing catechism comes from the band of Mark Hughes with SunTrust. Your band is now open.

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

Thank you actual much.

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Good morning.

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

Good morning, Neal. Acceptable morning, Janelle. The loss-based assessments in the quarter, I anticipate you appropriate those were up. Could you accord us a consequence on that?

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

I don’t accept the consequence here. But what absolutely happened is aftermost year in the third quarter, the year-over-year commensurable was actual favorable. Aftermost year in the third quarter, we saw some actual cogent reductions in loss-based assessments in a brace of states accompanying to some ample claims that we were able to achieve and aing out, so those loss-based assessments were depressed in the third division of aftermost year. I would say the bulk that we had this division was added of a accustomed run rate.

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

Okay. Your angle on taxes, I guess, I accept that it’s afflicted by the administration of balance underwriting against investments, but do you anticipate that 19.5% is a acceptable cardinal activity forward?

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Yes. You’re right. It absolutely ties to what you said. It’s — how abundant of it’s advancing from underwriting gains, and how abundant of it’s advancing from the advance portfolio. We did see the tax bulk beat up this division and that’s as a aftereffect of a added favorable development. So I anticipate you accept to accept whatever blow amounts you affected activity advanced and again acclimatize your tax bulk accordingly. But I would say that the tax bulk this division was apparently a little college than normal, aloof because we had college favorable development.

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

And again the advance assets was up sequentially, any one-timer, nonrecurring being in there? Or was that aloof college yields on the portfolio?

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Yes. No, there absolutely wasn’t any one-timers that were influencing that or abnormal items. So I anticipate that absolutely reflects the actuality that we’ve been able to advance at hardly college yields over the aftermost six to nine months.

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

And again on analysis premiums. I apprehend what you’re adage is that the — absolutely impactful to accept a ample annual that was canceled. You had a abatement in analysis exceptional in this division aftermost year, so — and absolutely in the third division of ’16 now that I attending at it. It was collapsed in the third division of ’15, so third division has been affectionate of a aberrant division may be. What — I ability accept accepted a little added analysis exceptional with the able-bodied economy, any thoughts there?

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

When I attending at it by industry, Mark, and this is why I — to your catechism about the economy, aback I attending at it by industry, the decreases were affectionate of like beyond all of our industries. It wasn’t accurate to one. We absolutely saw an uptick in oil and gas, which we would accept accepted at this point compared to area we were third division aftermost year. But I mean, in our above classes, it was — they were still positive, no question, still positive. But architecture was not as robust, trucking was not as robust, agronomics was absolutely up slightly. So agronomics and oil and gas were the two that accept absolutely showed increases. But commodity as simple as amphibian was absolutely bottomward from aftermost division — aftermost third division 2017. So I don’t apprehend into that. It’s commodity specific to the economies of the industries that we write, artlessly because it was beyond all of them.

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

Just out of curiosity, the annual that you canceled, was that based on a loss? And aback you advised the loss, it was the assurance affair came to the fore? Or did you amount out afore the blow came up?

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

No, it was not accompanying to a loss.

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Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

Okay. Still a little acceptable analytic assignment there.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

I declared so, we do chase up.

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

Yes. Okay. All right. Acknowledge you.

Operator

Thank you. And our aing catechism comes from the band of Christopher Campbell with KBW. Your band is now open.

Christopher Campbell — Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc. — Analyst

Yes, hi acceptable morning. Congrats on the quarter.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Good morning, Chris. Acknowledge you.

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Good morning.

Christopher Campbell — Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc. — Analyst

I assumption aloof my aboriginal catechism is on the case assets development, are you seeing any industry-specific trends there?

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

No. I apparently should accept alluded to that in my able remarks. No, it’s absolutely aloof lumpy. It’s not specific to — it’s the aforementioned types of losses that we about have.

Christopher Campbell — Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc. — Analyst

Okay, got it. And Janelle, you had mentioned I anticipate aboriginal on and you aloof said like lumpy. So why — I assumption aloof cerebration about it, so why would — at a aerial level, why would your case reserving be, I guess, beneath predictable? Because I was aloof cerebration that the case affluence are affectionate of based on bigger data, than your IBNR would be. So what drives that college uncertainty?

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

I’m animated you asked that catechism so that I can clarify. What I meant by it’s not predictable, aback those case affluence changes as far as releases, aback we’re able to aing and settle, it’s absolutely not predictable. Aback the accidents are activity to appear is not predictable. How we assets is actual consistent. Our access to our claims is actual constant and has not changed. I am sorry, apologize if that was not clear.

The end — the allotment that is chapped is aback the accidents happen, I can’t acquaint you if they’re activity to appear in added quarter, third quarter, or as Matt mentioned in his — aback he was allurement the questions, it’s happened in the aftermost anniversary of the year before. And that’s capricious for us. As able-bodied as aback — my claims administration is always alive these claims, decidedly above-mentioned year claims, there’s not a seasonality to — do we’re able to — it seems that we can aing claims or settlements are added axiomatic (ph) in the aboriginal allotment of the year than the added allotment of the year. And the alternation comes from that favorable case development, the favorable development that we accustomed this quarter, the $13.3 actor was advancing from alone case reserves.

It’s not Neal and I saying, oh, well, let’s attending at this blow year and acclimatize management’s estimate. To your point, the IBNR, those are advancing from case reserves. So the $13.3 actor this division was added than added quarter, alike this year’s added quarter. So that’s added of aloof a actuality of that how the alone case affluence panned out. It wasn’t management’s estimates changing. Does that clarify?

Christopher Campbell — Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc. — Analyst

Yes, definitely. And again aloof got to dig in a little bit added into that argumentation though, but I would say that some of your IBNR would be captivated for adverse case assets development, right? So would the favorable case assets development you’re seeing on blow years like ’13 through ’16, is that causing you guys to amend like how abundant IBNR you’re captivation and could there alike be added assets releases?

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Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Yes, certainly. We attending at IBNR in affiliation to those case affluence anniversary quarter. Particularly, aback we get — already that blow year alcove that 36 — 32-months to 36-months window, that’s aback we absolutely alpha attractive at the IBNR in one case. How abounding cases are larboard open? Usually, if they’re banned (ph), they’re the ones that are still open, maybe those are not the ones that are the best claims, but those are the ones we’re activity to accept for a while. And that’s aback we appraise the IBNR. So to your point, if we alpha seeing that we’re able to aing those cases and they’re closing favorable, again absolutely we would acclimatize the IBNR.

Christopher Campbell — Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc. — Analyst

Okay. Able-bodied great. Thanks for all the answers. Best of luck to blow of the year.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Thank you. And that concludes today’s question-and-answer session. I would now like to about-face the alarm aback over to CEO, Ms. Janelle Frost, for closing remarks.

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

I will allotment with one final statement. Amerisafe is positioned both financially and operationally, to abide active on our action categorical to our shareholders, accomplish our promises to our policyholders and abetment our advisers and association in thriving. Acknowledge you for aing us today and for your questions.

Operator

Ladies and gentlemen, acknowledge you for accommodating in today’s conference. This does achieve the program, and you may all disconnect. Everyone, accept a admirable day.

Duration: 27 minutes

Kathryn Shirley — Executive VP, General Counsel & Secretary

Janelle Frost — President and Chief Executive Officer

Neal Fuller — Executive Vice President and Chief Banking Officer

Randolph Binner — B. Riley FBR, Inc. — Analyst

Matthew Carletti — JMP Balance LLC — Analyst

Mark Hughes — SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Inc. — Analyst

Christopher Campbell — Keefe, Bruyette, & Woods, Inc. — Analyst

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