Kansas City Life Insurance Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
Market price: 40,50 USD
Kansas City Life Insurance Co Fundamental data and company key figures of the share
|Annual reports in USD|
|Net operating cash flow||132.000|
|Free cash flow||-2.247.000|
|Liabilities & Shareholders equity||5.219.870.000|
|Diluted shares outstanding||9.693.250|
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|Market Capitalization||392.576.640,00 USD|
|Raw Data Source||IFRS in Millionen USD|
|Stock Split||2015-12-17,250.0000/1.0000; 1999-06-22,2.0000/1.0000; 1999-06-21,2.0000/1.0000; 1985-06-14,3.0000/1.0000|
Description of the company
Kansas City Life Insurance Company (Kansas City Life) was incorporated under the assessment laws of Missouri in 1895 as the Bankers Life Association. In 1900, its present corporate title was adopted and it was reorganized as a stock life insurance company in 1903. Kansas City Life operates in 48 states and the District of Columbia.
Kansas City Life is the parent company. Sunset Life Insurance Company of America (Sunset Life) and Old American Insurance Company (Old American) are wholly-owned subsidiaries. Sunset Financial Services (SFS) is a wholly-owned wholesale broker-dealer that assists in the distribution and marketing of Kansas City Life proprietary variable life and variable annuity products through third party broker-dealers and in the servicing of closed blocks of variable insurance business retained by the Company. The Company also has several non-insurance subsidiaries that individually and collectively are not material. These entities combined comprise the consolidated entity (the Company).
In 1974, the Company acquired Sunset Life in a stock acquisition transaction. Sunset Life is a life insurance company that was organized in 1937 that marketed and sold business, primarily in the western region of the United States. In 2006, the Sunset Life sales force was integrated into the Kansas City Life sales force by appointing Sunset Life agents as agents of Kansas City Life. All of Sunset Life’s operations, administration, and accounting are consolidated as part of the Company’s home office operations. Sunset Life maintains its closed block of business, but does not solicit new sales. Sunset Life is included in the Individual Insurance segment and its individual insurance products include traditional life, immediate annuity, universal life, and fixed deferred annuity products. Sunset Life operates in 43 states and the District of Columbia.
In 1991, the Company acquired Old American in a stock acquisition transaction. Old American is a life insurance company that was organized in 1939. Old American sells final expense traditional life insurance products, primarily to the senior market, as well as a term product targeted to younger individuals. These products are marketed nationwide through a general agency system with exclusive territories, using direct response marketing to supply agents with leads. Old American’s administrative and accounting operations are integrated as part of the Company’s home office, and it operates and maintains a separate and independent field force. Old American is identified as a separate segment, and operates in 47 states and the District of Columbia.
In 1997, the Company entered into a coinsurance assumption and servicing agreement with another insurer to acquire a block of traditional life and universal life products. Under this agreement, the Company assumed 100% of the policy liabilities as defined in the contract on a coinsurance basis. Investments equal to the policy reserves are held in a trust to secure payment of the estimated liabilities relating to the policies. This closed block of policies is included in the Individual Insurance segment.
In 2003, the Company acquired GuideOne Life Insurance Company (GuideOne). GuideOne principally marketed traditional life and annuity products, as well as universal life and fixed deferred annuity products. Subsequent to the purchase, the Company merged GuideOne into Kansas City Life as a closed block of policies. In addition, the Company entered into a marketing arrangement with GuideOne Mutual Insurance Company, which allows GuideOne Mutual’s agents to sell the Company’s various traditional, interest sensitive, and variable life and annuity products.
In 2006, the Company entered into a Master General Agent and Marketing Agreement which enables American Republic Insurance Company (American Republic) agents to market Kansas City Life’s insurance products. This agreement offers the Company additional distribution opportunities, while offering American Republic’s agents competitive life and annuity products to strengthen their portfolio of available products in which to serve their clients.
In 2013, the Company completed a reinsurance and servicing agreement for a closed block of variable universal life insurance policies and variable annuity contracts from American Family Life Insurance Company (American Family). Under the reinsurance agreement, the Company assumed 100% of the separate account liabilities on a modified coinsurance basis and 100% of the general account liabilities on a coinsurance basis. This transaction included a servicing arrangement with American Family until the policies and contracts were transitioned to administration by the Company in 2014. The Company receives fees based upon both specific transactions and the fund value of the block of policies, as provided under modified coinsurance transactions. The separate account fund balances were not recorded as separate accounts on the Company's financial statements, as they are required to be included in American Family's separate account balances. The Company recorded the fixed fund accounts as a separate block under its general accounts, and the Company also receives certain ongoing fees associated with specific transactions.
In 2014, the Company completed a divestiture of certain non-proprietary agent relationships related to SFS with Securities America (SAI). Under this agreement SFS transferred the servicing of certain accounts primarily related to non-proprietary broker-dealer and registered investment advisory accounts to SAI. SFS will continue as a wholly-owned wholesale broker-dealer subsidiary of Kansas City Life to provide support for Kansas City Life's proprietary products and those variable products specifically associated with the American Family transaction. This transaction does not represent a strategic shift that will have a major effect on the consolidated entity's financial results nor does the Company believe that there is any material impact to the consolidated entity's financial position. In addition, the Company entered into a marketing arrangement with SAI, which allows SAI's representatives to sell the Company's various traditional, interest sensitive, and variable life and annuity products.