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Oct. 20, 2014, 2:53 PM
- Analysts Joshua Shanker and Phil Stefano still don't love the company, noting a bloated expense structure, high reliance on positive capital markets trends, and a high-profile trial alleging AIG didn't act in shareholder interest when it accepted a government bailout, but the stock has declined enough of late to make it a bargain even with those negatives.
- "The financial engineering at the company currently makes up for the shortcomings in its operational performance," they say. "We believe that has been true for the last three years, and will continue to be true for the foreseeable future." Should the operational issues get resolved, look out above.
- The duo also remind that AIG isn't the only insurance stock taking a beating of late, and Ameriprise FInancial (AMP +0.6%), MetLife (MET +0.5%), and Prudential (PRU -0.4%) have taken even bigger hits. Exposure to 10-year interest rates is the reason, they expect, pointing to P&C insurers which haven't fallen nearly as far.
- Previously: Deutsche buys the dip in AIG
Aug. 11, 2014, 10:38 AM
- Alongside its upgrade of struggling Genworth and CNO Financial, Morgan Stanley downgrades a couple of better-performing names, cutting Reinsurance Group of America (RGA +0.1%) to Underweight from Equal Weight, and Ameriprise FInancial (AMP +1.1%) to Equal Weight from Overweight.
- Previously: Morgan Stanley upgrades two struggling financial names
Jul. 29, 2014, 6:19 PM
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Jun. 12, 2014, 1:02 PM
- Looking to do a better job wooing top wealth managers, Ameriprise Financial (AMP -0.6%) will match signing bonuses offered by the nation's largest brokers, raising the amount offered to 150% of an adviser's last 12 months of revenue from 120% previously.
- The move comes after Ameriprise since late last year brought in just eight brokers with more than $100M of AUM. During that same period, regional competitor Raymond James lured 32 new brokers.
Apr. 28, 2014, 4:36 PM
- Alongside its earnings beat, Ameriprise Financial (AMP) delivers an additional $2.5B for buybacks over the next year and boosts the quarterly dividend by $0.06 to $0.58 per share. At the current price, the repurchase plan is enough to buy back about 24M shares, or more than 12% of the float.
- Shares +2% AH
- Source: Press Release
- Previously: Ameriprise Financial, Inc. beats by $0.16
Apr. 28, 2014, 4:34 PM
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Mar. 28, 2014, 10:11 AM
- Ameriprise Financial (AMP +2.1%) has its tail in the air after RBC Capital boosts its 2015 EPS estimate to a Street-high $9.55, allowing that its prior forecasts for share repurchases and profit margins assumptions were too conservative. The price target is boost by $6 to $119.
Feb. 4, 2014, 4:55 PM
- Operating earnings of $378M gained 3% from a year ago, with operating earnings per share of $1.87 up 9% (Full year share repurchases of $1.9B). Operating revenue of $2.8B up 8% Y/Y, with both market appreciation and client inflows contributing. Operating expenses of $2.3B up 7%, with G&A expense up just 1%.
- Advice and Wealth Management pretax operating earnings of $162M up 36% Y/Y, with operating margin of 14.4% up 260 basis points. Total client retail assets of $409B up 16%.
- Asset Management pretax operating earnings of $194M up 38%, with operating margin of 40.2% up 660 basis points. AUM up 10% to $501B, with $5.5B of that net inflows, the rest market appreciation.
- Annuities pretax operating earnings of $187M up 9%. Variable annuity operating earnings of $156M up 21% thanks to strong markets, but fixed annuity earnings off 26% to $31M thanks to continued spread compression associated with low interest rates.
- Press release, Q4 results
- AMP unchanged AH
Feb. 4, 2014, 4:34 PM
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