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Goosehead Insurance, Inc. (GSHD 1.19%)
Q3 2022 Earnings Call
Oct 26, 2022, 4:30 p.m. ET

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Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Thank you for standing by. This is the convention operator. Welcome to the Goosehead Insurance third quarter 2020 earnings name. [Operator instructions] I might now like to show the convention over to Dan Farrell, VP, capital markets.

Please go forward.

Dan FarrellVice President, Capital Markets

Thank you, and good afternoon. Before we start our formal remarks, I must remind everybody that a part of our dialogue at present might embrace forward-looking statements, that are primarily based on the expectations, estimates and projections of administration as of at present. Forward-looking statements in our dialogue are topic to varied assumptions, dangers, uncertainties and different elements which might be tough to foretell and which may trigger the precise outcomes to vary materially from these expressed or implied within the forward-looking statements. These statements are usually not ensures of future efficiency, and due to this fact, undue reliance shouldn’t be positioned upon them.

We refer all of you to our current SEC filings for a extra detailed dialogue of the dangers and uncertainties that would influence the long run working outcomes and monetary situation of Goosehead Insurance. We disclaim any intentions or obligations to replace or revise any forward-looking statements, besides to the extent required by relevant legislation. I might additionally prefer to level out that in this name, we are going to focus on sure monetary measures that aren’t ready in accordance with GAAP. Management makes use of these non-GAAP monetary measures when planning, monitoring and evaluating our efficiency.

We take into account these non-GAAP monetary measures to be helpful metrics for administration and traders to facilitate working efficiency comparisons from interval to interval by excluding potential variations brought on by numerous variations in capital construction, tax place, depreciation, amortization and sure different gadgets that we imagine are usually not consultant of our core enterprise. For extra data relating to the usage of non-GAAP monetary measures, together with reconciliations of those measures to probably the most comparable GAAP monetary measures, we refer you to at present’s earnings launch. In addition, this name is being webcast. An archived model will likely be accessible shortly after the decision ends on the Investor Relations portion of the corporate’s web site at www.gooseheadinsurance.com.

With that, I’d like to show the decision over to our CEO, Mark Jones.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Dan. And welcome, everybody, to our third quarter name. I’ll present a strategic overview following which Mark Miller will cowl our working outcomes and Mark Jones Jr. will assessment our financials.

We simply handed the nineteenth anniversary of the founding of our firm, and we proceed to refine our enterprise mannequin daily. When we began the corporate, we set the purpose of turning into the No. 1 distributor of non-public line insurance coverage within the United States throughout my lifetime, and we stay dedicated to doing what it takes to get there. I really feel very lucky to serve the staff that’s constructing top-of-the-line companies on the planet with a $390 billion market, very weak opponents within the private line house, extremely resilient, recession-resistant underlying market demand for the product.

Basically, when you dwell someplace or drive one thing, you need to purchase our product. Then lastly, extraordinarily enticing margin and money circulate potential, significantly after 19 years and accumulating over 700,000 purchasers. We stay true to the precept we had been based upon, which is to put the shopper on the heart of our universe and to construct the enterprise round them, bringing extraordinary human capital and expertise to bear to create an unmatched insurance coverage expertise. Our core enterprise, which is our company company and our franchise community, remained robust, and we proceed to put money into strengthening them.

This enterprise has a strong and rising aggressive moat defending it, and we’ve got no significant opponents who function at scale with a alternative mannequin. We’re not conceited to imagine that we’ll by no means face aggressive threats in our core enterprise, however we imagine that creating viable competitors will take a really very long time, value a substantial amount of cash and be exceptionally tough. Our digital agent represents a doubtlessly extraordinary progress alternative with totally different aggressive dynamics than these in our core enterprise. We have a considerable aggressive lead with our expertise, however we always function as if new {industry} entrants are investing to duplicate what we’ve got constructed.

Remember that our provider companions entrust us to legally bind them to offer protection and in the end pay claims. This is a privilege we’ve got earned over a few years and tens of millions of transactions. An important factor of our aggressive moat, significantly because it pertains to the digital agent is {our relationships} with insurance coverage carriers and the monitor document we have constructed during the last 20 years of writing excessive volumes of high-quality, worthwhile enterprise. It will likely be very difficult and take time for opponents to earn the belief of insurance coverage carriers ample to persuade them at hand over the accountability to commit them to paying claims.

That being the case, we have to make investments and work very exhausting to construct our quote-to-issue functionality as quickly as doable to guard our aggressive place. Our not too long ago introduced addition of Justin Ricketts as govt vice chairman of expertise and partnerships is designed to assist do exactly that. Justin has an inside staff of greater than 40 individuals whose mission it’s to increase our expertise lead and deepen and widen our aggressive moat. The U.S.

housing market represents a headwind for Goosehead, however not practically to the extent that some assume. And it’s a headwind we’re actively responding to primarily based on our expertise managing by the housing downturn in the course of the nice monetary disaster of 2008, 2009. Only about 20% of our income is uncovered to the housing market from transactions tied to dwelling closings. The remaining 80% comes from referrals and renewal enterprise.

Regarding the 20% of our income related to housing, we at the moment signify solely about 3% of dwelling closings per 12 months. So we nonetheless have enormous market share to realize and are usually not depending on general housing market transaction progress. Our referral accomplice search device expertise permits us to pivot so as to add new referral companions when volumes soften with current ones. We’re seeing this phenomenon play out daily with our brokers.

We’re ramping up exercise to generate new enterprise through shopper referrals and our digital advertising and marketing staff persistently generates leads from present and former purchasers which might be turning into significant income. While greater than regular underwriting losses have plagued a lot of our provider companions this 12 months, most have been profitable at rising premiums. Whenever this occurs, we get a pay increase as a result of we earn a fee as a share of these premiums. This is making a tailwind for us in 2022 and past, and we hope that greater coverage pricing drive higher {industry} profitability and extra normalized contingent fee ranges wanting additional out.

While housing market headwinds influence about 20% of our income base, the premium pricing tailwinds profit 100% of our e-book of enterprise. 2022 has been a transition 12 months for us. Over the final two years, a lot of our company brokers had been onboarded and acquired coaching in a digital setting. Some of those brokers didn’t ramp up as rapidly as those that went by in-person coaching, which negatively impacted the profitability of our company channel.

Now that we’re in a post-pandemic setting, coaching is essentially carried out in individual and we’re managing out our much less productive brokers extra aggressively. Our enterprise is strengthened by shifting out weak performers to eat worthwhile administration sources however contribute solely negligible income. Management funding will be finest positioned the place it should drive enticing returns. In 2022, we made it a precedence to launch extra businesses at a sooner tempo and have seen good progress thus far with our backlog declining from 1,030 businesses earlier this 12 months to 884 on the finish of Q3.

We’ve additionally sharpened our pencils on the optimum use of our sources to drive progress that’s worthwhile and sustainable. This features a recalibration of the relative roles that company and franchise channels play in our technique. In easy phrases, the fee construction for company is intensive and new producers take time to turn into worthwhile. While a wholesome worthwhile company enterprise is central to our technique, our franchise community is the first driver of our progress now accounting for greater than three quarters of premiums.

The value so as to add new producers and franchise is nominal and each greenback of latest income they generate comes with greater incremental margins. We proceed to leverage the total capabilities of what we have constructed through the years however in ways in which optimize profitability with out sacrificing progress. Examples of this embrace using the wonderful recruiting machine we have constructed to assist franchisees add producers to their businesses and making a a lot bigger aperture for extremely succesful company brokers to turn into franchisees and construct their very own enterprise. After launching the initiative just some months in the past to assist our franchisees recruit producers, we count on to have helped place greater than 30 producers with company companions by year-end.

So far this 12 months, 9 company brokers have turn into franchisees, with six of them being amongst our prime 10 new businesses for productiveness. That’s out of virtually 400 businesses launched thus far. Just one particular instance is Wren Mcfadden, who after spending three years in company launched this franchise this summer time in Denver. Wren was the second best franchise agent in our total Mountain area in simply his first month dwell.

We’re extraordinarily inspired by the chance we’ve got to seed excellent franchisees from company. The franchise alternative additionally considerably strengthens our on-campus recruiting worth proposition. Our optimized plan is to thoughtfully and profitably develop company over time, albeit not as quickly as we develop our franchise enterprise. We imagine we are able to proceed to draw very robust expertise to our company enterprise and supply nice profession alternatives, whether or not that be to stay in company or turn into a franchisee.

But we imagine that earnings will likely be stronger and capital will likely be most productively deployed by investing differentially within the franchise enterprise. Finally, we proceed to work exhausting to strengthen our administration capabilities in order that we’ve got the suitable individuals and ability units to scale Goosehead from a center market to a big firm. As Goosehead’s largest shareholder and the individual with probably the most to lose if we get issues improper, and as somebody with an intimate understanding of Goosehead’s wants, I’m extremely assured the strikes we’re making are the suitable ones to drive long-term shareholder worth. So far, our efforts are starting to repay as revenues in Q3 climbed 38% 12 months over 12 months, and we delivered $11 million of adjusted EBITDA at a 19% margin, representing 320 foundation factors of margin enlargement from 2021.

Even in an setting of financial uncertainty, our enterprise stays very robust, and we’re extra assured than ever that we’re constructing one of many nice American enterprise success tales. With that, I’ll flip it over to Mark Miller to debate our enterprise outcomes.

Mark MillerPresident and Chief Operating Officer

Thanks, Mark, and good afternoon, everybody. When I began 4 months in the past, Mark Jones and I agreed on an inventory of priorities, and I’m excited to report that we’re making wonderful progress in opposition to every of them. We’re at the moment centered on enhancing service ranges for our purchasers, constructing a wholesome franchise enterprise, optimizing productiveness of company brokers, opening new progress alternatives by expertise innovation and partnerships and constructing the individuals, processes and programs which might be ready to function at a a lot bigger scale. Like most firms within the U.S., the nice resignation had some influence on our service group earlier this 12 months however we responded rapidly by mobilizing our recruiting and coaching groups to workers open positions.

As of now, we’ve got reached the optimum service headcount to fulfill demand and the place we’ve got seen vital enchancment in key service metrics, resembling common wait instances. At the identical time, we’re additionally constantly implementing new processes and expertise to offer a extra seamless buyer expertise. Our scheduled callback program is a good instance of this sort of innovation. We imagine that this laser give attention to service will in the end drive even greater NPS and retention charges.

These adjustments are in flip, enhancing worker satisfaction, lowering worker attrition and driving value effectivity. The basis to rising any recurring income enterprise is buyer retention. We at the moment obtain what we imagine to be industry-leading buyer retention by our world-class service group that delivers an unmatched buyer expertise as evidenced by our 90 NPS rating. The continued investments and enhancements on this space will place us to maintain sizable future progress.

Turning to the efforts to construct a wholesome franchise enterprise. We have been centered on enhancing franchise launches and compressing the time between signing and launch. I’m extraordinarily inspired with the underlying tendencies we’re seeing. During the quarter, we launched 144 franchises, up 57% 12 months over 12 months and a brand new firm document.

In addition, our signings stay robust, and our pipeline is substantial. The high quality of our signed pipeline continues to enhance, and we’re seeing sooner launch charges. This is a direct results of adjustments we applied in our recruiting and onboarding processes and the changes to the compensation mannequin of our recruiting staff. During COVID, we delayed culling of underperforming franchises.

We have now returned to our historic strategy of eliminating low manufacturing franchises that put a drag on our general system. This culling is offsetting a few of the robust tendencies we’re seeing in web franchise gross sales and launches. Just to be clear, these terminated franchise account for lower than 1% of our new enterprise manufacturing, however they soak up a disproportionate quantity of worthwhile working bandwidth. Additionally, we’re rising our give attention to changing robust company brokers to franchise homeowners.

Historically, only a few company brokers have transformed to franchise possession. However, company brokers that flip over to franchise possession are overwhelmingly profitable. Typically, their first 12 months of manufacturing is within the prime 5% of all franchises launched and the overwhelming majority are profitable. Expanding this effort over time will create long-term profession paths for our greatest company brokers and be extremely accretive to Goosehead.

Moving on to how we’re optimizing productiveness of company brokers. During the quarter, we intentionally diminished our company agent headcount by 18% to give attention to rising productiveness and eliminating the P&L drag brought on by underperforming brokers. This initiative has already began to ship enchancment in productiveness per agent, significantly within the lower than one-year cohort. With this near-term slowdown in company headcount, we see a possibility to strengthen the staff and turn into considerably extra environment friendly with minimal influence to our general firm top-line premium progress.

This enchancment will additional set up our company company because the gold customary of efficiency within the {industry} and the very best apply mannequin for our quickly rising franchise enterprise. Over time, the company company new enterprise manufacturing has turn into much less and fewer of a driver of our general income progress. We imagine one of the simplest ways to broaden our footprint quickly and effectively throughout the U.S. is with a finely tuned company company that feeds the franchise community with expertise innovation and extremely expert expertise.

As we optimize the company enterprise, we are going to add headcount solely to the extent it helps the enlargement of the franchise enterprise. Moderating head depend progress within the company company doesn’t imply we intend to sluggish general company and franchise producer depend mixed. Earlier this 12 months, we piloted our program the place our recruiting staff recognized prime producer expertise for scaling franchises. This program was overwhelmingly acquired within the pilot, and we’re increasing the service to the roughly 200 franchises in our community which might be in a high-growth part of their enterprise improvement.

We imagine it will end in vital whole producer additions to our franchise enterprise over the following 12 months. And the variety of franchises which might be scaling their operations will proceed to develop as our franchise enterprise matures. We at the moment have over 700 franchises which might be lower than two years previous. So this can be a service our franchise group will leverage for years to come back.

We have roughly 1,000 professionally educated and licensed gross sales and repair brokers in our company operations and over 2,000 franchise brokers throughout our 1,400-plus franchises. This whole variety of brokers will proceed to develop meaningfully to serve our shopper wants and drive us towards our long-term purpose of {industry} management. Our proprietary platform is unmatched within the {industry}, and we’re centered on leveraging this benefit by additional expertise innovation and improvement of partnerships. We not too long ago launched our new agent-facing rater, we name it Aviator.

This permits brokers to extra seamlessly and effectively quote throughout merchandise and carriers to find out the very best bundle of protection. We are also persevering with to make progress on our QTI capabilities. We at the moment have one provider on quote to difficulty and are in numerous phases of improvement with a number of of our different nationwide, regional and new digital carriers. We count on a significant portion of our premium base will likely be QTI-enabled over time.

I could not be extra excited with the corporate’s present place and the priorities we’re specializing in to place the corporate for its subsequent part of considerable progress. Our market alternative is gigantic. We stay hyper centered on driving income progress whereas constantly hardening our working processes to scale effectively to fulfill these huge market alternatives. We imagine that executing in opposition to these strategic priorities will enable us to develop our core enterprise premiums at 30% to 35% yearly over the following a number of years with potential upside to this by partnerships and to drive EBITDA margin properly into the mid- to excessive 20s over the identical time interval.

With that, let me flip it over to our CFO, Mark Jones Jr.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Mark, and hey to everyone on the decision. Our robust outcomes this quarter in a tough private traces market and difficult macro setting display the inherent power and consistency of our enterprise and the individuality of our working platform. Insurance is a mandatory product for the overwhelming majority of the inhabitants whatever the challenges of P&C underwriters and general financial uncertainty. As a scale unbiased company with industry-leading proprietary expertise, we offer a seamless alternative purchasing expertise and valued recommendation which can’t be matched by a single product platform.

The benefits of our mannequin for purchasers to turn into much more evident in instances of {industry} and macroeconomic stress. We are finest positioned to optimize the shopper’s outcomes as carriers increase pricing to handle underwriting profitability, serving to them maximize their shopping for energy in an more and more difficult dwelling shopping for course of and handle the expertise by loss occasions as a trusted advocate. We are in an extremely favorable place within the private traces insurance coverage worth chain. We profit from our shut proximity to the shopper relationship.

As in most companies, these with the closest relationship to the top shopper have a tendency to regulate or considerably affect the revenue swimming pools. Our skill to offer the shopper with a alternative platform they want and the very best degree of service creates the chance for extra economics. As a dealer, we don’t carry the stability sheet danger that carriers do and in reality, in a rising premium setting, we get a increase in our total e-book of enterprise. Our emphasis on increasing the franchise distribution considerably reduces the potential draw back danger of quick enlargement as we bear considerably much less value to ramp the producer expertise.

This permits us to optimize earnings whereas minimizing danger. These traits will enable us to drive constant excessive ranges of income and earnings progress with vital money circulate conversion and restricted stability sheet danger for a few years to come back. For the third quarter of 2022, whole written premiums, the important thing main indicator of future core and ancillary income progress, elevated 42% to $616 million. This included franchise premium progress of 46% to $464 million and company premium progress of 30% to $151 million.

This progress is being pushed by continued robust efficiency of our renewal e-book from excessive retention ranges and rising P&C pricing wanted to enhance underwriting profitability. Additionally, we proceed so as to add and enhance the standard of our franchise producer account. These advantages had been partially offset by our deliberate near-term discount in company agent headcount to drive productiveness enhancements, elevated effectivity and maximize long-term revenue {dollars}. We are already seeing advantages from these efforts emerge.

Total revenues and core revenues had been up 38% and 39% for the quarter at $57.7 million and $51.9 million, respectively. Our value restoration income of $3.4 million was up 73% as accounting guidelines require us to defer the popularity of preliminary franchise charges over the time period of the franchise settlement. Terminating an underperforming company ends in the acceleration of the remaining deferred franchise payment income. Importantly, the money circulate of those preliminary franchise charges is unchanged as we acquire these revenues on the launch of the franchise.

Ancillary income, which incorporates contingent commissions, was $2.4 million within the quarter, in comparison with $2.5 million a 12 months in the past. We proceed to count on contingent commissions for the total 12 months to vary between $7 million and $10 million, given present underwriter profitability. However, we’re seeing lengthy overdue charge actions within the {industry} that over time ought to enhance underwriting profitability and result in a extra normalized contingent degree wanting additional out. Our franchises generated core income of $26.4 million in the course of the quarter, a rise of 54% from the year-ago interval.

Franchise core income progress is pushed by new enterprise manufacturing from a rising franchise depend and rising premium retention ranges. At the top of the third quarter, working franchise depend was $1,403, up 23% from a 12 months in the past. Increased culling of underperforming franchises is masking the power of the underlying KPIs within the franchise distribution. In the third quarter, we noticed a 57% launch progress 12 months over 12 months, in comparison with 31% within the second quarter and roughly flat launch progress over the previous three quarters.

The 144 launches within the quarter was a document for us as we start to see the present backlog launch or terminate. Our early fourth quarter franchise KPI knowledge continues to development properly as we count on robust launch progress by the stability of the 12 months. We stay inspired by the elevated contribution in income from our tenured franchisees as they proceed to ramp up their manufacturing and rent new gross sales brokers inside their respective franchises, driving optimistic same-store gross sales. This is being offset within the close to time period by the next return of franchises, which ran at 25% annualized within the quarter, in comparison with 21% within the second quarter at a roughly 15% historic common.

We count on greater churn within the close to time period as we make up for top single-digit churn that we allowed by many of the pandemic. Our most profitable franchises proceed to drive greater percentages of premium progress. It stays important that we focus our investments towards these most profitable franchises, a part of guaranteeing that focus requires a valuation of our lowest performing franchises. We view the ensuing near-term enhance in churn as wholesome and essential to correctly run a high-performing gross sales group.

And in step with earlier churn, it accounts for lower than 1% of latest enterprise era, however consumed substantial administration sources. Our general recruiting pool additionally stays robust and strong, and the standard of our signed however not but launched franchises continues to enhance as we actively have interaction our signed pipeline to drive sooner general launch exercise and establish signed franchises that now not intend to launch. Our signed however not launched franchise depend at quarter finish was 884, down from 997 within the second quarter and 1,030 in Q1 with robust signing exercise offset by our efforts to cull the pipeline of franchises that we’ll not launch. We count on greater launch charges to proceed to emerge because the signed pool is more and more comprised of more moderen recruiting quarters, which occurred in a extra regular working and labor setting in comparison with COVID years.

Corporate gross sales head depend on the finish of the third quarter was 411, a lower of 18% from the year-ago quarter. Corporate core revenues had been $25.4 million within the third quarter, a rise of 27% in comparison with the year-ago interval. Looking ahead, we count on to handle company headcount to optimize the stability between progress and profitability with give attention to sustaining sufficient sources for the franchise effort whereas additionally enhancing general company productiveness and administration effectivity. Given these efforts, we count on company head depend to be barely down from the third quarter by year-end.

Longer time period, we count on to develop the company distribution. However, it won’t develop as quick because the franchise community, however will on the degree wanted to assist franchise progress. Given that revenues produced by the franchise community are accounted for on a web foundation, these adjustments might reasonably influence our income progress close to time period, however they may considerably enhance our margin profile and earnings progress trajectory. Total working bills for the third quarter of 2022, excluding equity-based compensation, had been $46.7 million, up 33% from a 12 months in the past.

Compensation and advantages, excluding equity-based compensation, was $30.9 million for the quarter, up 28% from the year-ago interval. The enhance in compensation and advantages is being pushed by elevated headcount throughout the group, significantly the hiring of service brokers to handle our largest income stream renewals, recruiting and onboarding capabilities to proceed our progress trajectory and system builders to make sure our expertise is on the innovative for our purchasers and inside customers. G&A bills for the quarter had been $13.5 million, a rise of 33% from a 12 months in the past. Growth in G&A expense was as a result of an increasing actual property footprint, greater journey and leisure expense, advertising and marketing bills and different numerous bills ensuing from elevated headcount of 19%.

Our unhealthy debt expense was $2.3 million, in comparison with $0.7 million a 12 months in the past, with the rise largely pushed by our elevated culling of signed franchises which have but to launch. Total adjusted EBITDA for the quarter grew 67% to $11 million, in comparison with $6.6 million within the year-ago interval. EBITDA margin was 19% versus 16% a 12 months in the past. Excluding contingent commissions, EBITDA margin expanded six factors within the quarter.

Adjusted EPS was $0.24 versus $0.26 within the year-ago interval. We proceed to count on our full 12 months margins will likely be up in comparison with a 12 months in the past. Looking past 2022, we count on to drive annual margin enlargement, excluding contingents for the following a number of years as we handle core income progress reasonably greater than expense progress on an annual foundation. As of September 30, 2022, the corporate had money and money equivalents of $46.1 million.

We had an unused line of credit score of $24.8 million at quarter finish. Total excellent time period notice payable stability was $95.6 million on the finish of the quarter. During October we paid down the $25 million drawn on the revolving credit score facility with current money on the stability sheet. For the total 12 months 2022, our steerage is as follows; whole written premiums positioned for 2022 are anticipated to be between $2.176 billion and $2.215 billion, representing progress of 40% on the low finish of the vary and 42% on the excessive finish of the vary.

Total revenues for 2022 are anticipated to be between $194 million and $205 million, representing natural progress of 28% within the low finish of the vary to 35% on the excessive finish of the vary, pushed by continued excessive ranges of core income progress, offset by weaker than historic common contingent commissions on account of carriers profitability challenges they’re only recently addressing. As a reminder, the contingency plans restart every calendar 12 months and a below-average contingency 12 months doesn’t equate to weaker bonuses sooner or later years. We proceed to count on progress in EBITDA and EBITDA margin for the total 12 months. However, lower-than-expected contingent commissions may end in extra average EBITDA and margin than deliberate.

We do count on extra vital progress in EBITDA and EBITDA margin when excluding the results of contingent commissions. Our enterprise is demonstrating robust income and earnings progress within the difficult setting. We look ahead to persevering with to ship on the enterprise by the rest of the 12 months and a few years past. I wish to thank everyone for his or her time.

And with that, let’s open the lineup for questions. Operator?

Questions & Answers:

Operator

Thank you. We will now start the question-and-answer session. [Operator instructions] Our first query comes from Matt Carletti of JMP. Please go forward.

Matt CarlettiJMP Securities — Analyst

Hey. Thanks. Good afternoon. Mark, I wish to return to a few of your opening feedback.

You talked a bit concerning the housing market impacts and the way the 20% of your revenues uncovered to that, but additionally concerning the pricing setting and the way, clearly, your total e-book is uncovered to that. I hoped you may perhaps make a extra direct comparability between the 2. I’m not on the lookout for numbers, however simply form of as you see it qualitatively proper now, is the pricing setting robust sufficient that you possibly can see it offsetting form of the influence from the housing market? Or is it form of too tough to name?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

At this level, it is — I feel it is too tough to name if I’m going to be kind of fully trustworthy with you. We do not actually understand how a lot compression there’s going to be in current dwelling gross sales over the following kind of two or three months. And so, we’re attempting to be cautious. I feel, the necessary factor that we bear in mind and that we maintain our individuals centered on is this can be a time the place there’s market turbulence and the best way you win when there’s market turbulence is you might have a maniacal focus externally in your purchasers, in your referral companions and also you add referral companions.

And provided that we’re solely about 3% of the true property closings, or the house closings, within the nation, we have heaps and plenty of kind of white house out there to choose up. So we’re working with our brokers, each our company brokers and our franchise brokers to extend their referral accomplice advertising and marketing actions. That does not occur in a single day, however it does occur fairly rattling quick. And additionally, perhaps Mark Miller can simply discuss.

He’s been out on the highway and talked to plenty of franchisees.

Mark MillerPresident and Chief Operating Officer

Yeah. Hey, Matt, how are you doing? I used to be simply going so as to add, I feel we had been out on the highway doing 4 large regional conferences with our franchise homeowners, and I sat down and talked to over 100 of them for certain. And simply ask them what their questions and issues had been at this level. Macro headwinds weren’t one of many main issues.

And I feel, all of them know it is on the market, however they’re simply leaning in a lot heavier. I imply, they know what they have to do to herald further enterprise. And so, they’re actually centered on getting extra referral companions and producing further leads.

Matt CarlettiJMP Securities — Analyst

Great. Thank you very a lot. That’s all I acquired. You did a fantastic job of answering my different questions within the opening feedback.

So thanks for the colour and better of luck.

Mark MillerPresident and Chief Operating Officer

Thanks, Matt.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Paul Newsome of Piper Sandler. Please go forward.

Paul NewsomePiper Sandler — Analyst

Good afternoon. Thanks for the decision. Maybe only one extra one run off of this key new enterprise difficulty. With the company businesses shrinking a bit of bit and different results, it looks as if people on the adverse aspect of the inventory are very centered on this concept that in the end, the brand new enterprise piece, not the renewal piece and perhaps even not the productiveness piece will markedly sluggish.

And when you may simply form of perhaps focus simply on that piece a bit of once more. I do know you talked about it already, however it simply appears to be the place I’m getting probably the most questions.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, Paul, that is Mark, Jr. What I might say to that’s we’re not singularly centered on driving company agent headcount precisely. In truth, we have stated particularly, we will give attention to productiveness with these brokers. But what we do wish to do is add to the full producer depend between each company and franchise.

So we talked about this program so as to add producers into the franchise community, we talked about 30 this 12 months. We are going to proceed to try this on a go-forward foundation. And what we have seen is these producers have been very profitable. And like we responded to Matt, the housing market headwinds on the market.

Our brokers are doing a extremely good job combating that with taking further share from their referral companions, in addition to cross-selling their current e-book, working their canceled coverage checklist. So our brokers are doing an excellent job of being agile and what’s a difficult macro setting. But the actual fact is, is everyone has to have insurance coverage no matter whether or not you are in the course of a housing transaction or not. We’ve acquired the inflationary setting proper now the place it is producing some further purchasing habits, and that is a possibility for us to take further share within the market.

So Paul, you may be on this as we talked about as we take into consideration rising whole producer headcount and the main focus being within the franchise channel, I realized at present that when an current company hires a producer, they produce on common one and two-thirds the manufacturing of a brand new franchise. So you concentrate on that, if we add 200 franchise producers out within the discipline subsequent 12 months, that is the equal of including about 320 new franchises. So we have realized some — the place there’s actual leverage, and we’re making use of that the place we will get the largest bang for buck.

Paul NewsomePiper Sandler — Analyst

Makes sense. This could also be a bit of bit nitpicky, however I seen that the decrease vary of the contingents within the steerage was down a bit of bit. Is there something behind there? I apologize, it is a small quantity, however simply curious if there’s something there that’s value noting.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. I’m certain you have seen the macro P&C setting, carriers are having some actual profitability challenges. I’m certain you noticed a few of the notes which have come out this week. There’s some uncertainty in that setting of whether or not it’ll be within the prime finish or the underside finish of that vary, we’d count on most likely at this level, it is nearer to the underside finish of that vary, simply given the profitability with the carriers.

Ideally, with the speed that they are taking proper now and thru subsequent 12 months, we’ll begin to see that normalize over the long term, however that is the place we’re at proper now.

Paul NewsomePiper Sandler — Analyst

And then, my final query, and I’ll let someone else ask needed to ask concerning the elevated unhealthy debt. I can perceive the place it is coming from, I feel, however ought to we anticipate that that continues to be at an elevated degree given what you are doing with company producer franchise as properly? Or does that snap again to form of a extra normalized degree?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, I feel, within the close to time period, you will proceed to see that be elevated as we work by the remainder of that backlog. The age of that backlog has come down this 12 months. So we’re happy with the progress that we’re making. There’s nonetheless some work to be achieved.

So you will see that stay elevated within the close to time period after which over the intermediate to long term, that might normalize again to historic ranges.

Paul NewsomePiper Sandler — Analyst

Thank you very a lot for the assistance. Really admire the decision.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Paul.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Ryan Tunis of Autonomous Research. Please go forward.

Ryan TunisAutonomous Research — Analyst

Yeah, good night. In serious about bills and we have been lowering company, to what extent is the expense base that we’re seeing this quarter indicative of all of the motion that was taken by Q? I’m simply — I’m attempting to determine what the suitable expense baseline may be headed into the fourth quarter.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. So we have talked about rising core income sooner than we’re rising the expense base. That’s most likely how I might give it some thought within the fourth quarter. If you concentrate on our company agent headcount within the third quarter, the common quantity will likely be greater than it was within the fourth quarter.

So that is how I might plan for the expense progress within the fourth quarter.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Tommy McJoynt of KBW. Please go forward.

Tommy McJoyntKeefe, Bruyette and Woods — Analyst

Guys, thanks for taking my questions. So I assume, persevering with on the expense matter. So the worker compensation expense line elevated about $5 million sequentially. I feel, you known as out just a few hirings and different initiatives.

Was there something in there this quarter that was — could possibly be thought-about a one-timer? Or is that quantity extra run ratable?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. I feel, Mark Miller talked about our service ranges within the ready remarks. We added a bunch of service headcount in the course of the quarter to get these again as much as the degrees that we needed them to be. I feel, the extent that you simply see it at right here most likely is smart on a go-forward foundation.

You will not see large will increase from company agent headcount and the related administration overhead from that. But scaling the again workplace service, our onboarding groups is we will proceed so as to add as many producers in a productive setting that we are able to, in addition to our company administration staff to assist these franchises ramp up as efficiently as doable. So I would not say that there is something essentially onetime within the compensation from the quarter.

Mark MillerPresident and Chief Operating Officer

Yeah, that is Mark Miller. I might simply say on Mark Jr.’s feedback about service. Last quarter we talked about we wanted to ramp up the service ranges. We achieved that in the course of the quarter.

And so, we ended with near 600 service brokers. So that is what you are seeing come by. We are on the degree that we should be at proper now, however we might want to take it up barely as quantity grows, however we are able to additionally begin to dial issues again with automation. So we’re looking for that good stability, however that is most likely what a few of the step-up in headcount value is.

Tommy McJoyntKeefe, Bruyette and Woods — Analyst

OK. Thanks. And then, truly, simply going again to the housing query as properly. So I perceive that solely about 20% of income is uncovered to housing transaction volumes.

But is it honest to suppose {that a} sharper form of slowdown in housing does weigh on progress since that new enterprise compounds into renewal over time?

Mark MillerPresident and Chief Operating Officer

Yeah, I imply, that is simply the arithmetic. What we’re doing, I imply, we — and we noticed a really tough housing market in 2008, 2009. And at the moment, what we stated as a result of we have not seen something like that within the historical past of our enterprise. So we stated, properly, what are kind of analogous circumstances that we are able to be taught from, and we checked out what occurred in the course of the dot-com bubble burst.

And there have been firms that had been profitable and corporations that failed throughout that point, those that had been profitable had been those that had been very outwardly centered on their purchasers, on their markets, those that failed are usually inwardly centered circling the wagons, and we pursued that technique in 2008, 2009. We are pursuing that very same technique now. It works. That’s to not say that there is no influence that we will see, however we’re actually powering by it in a method that I’m very happy with, and I’m very assured that we’ll come out of this adjustment out there with a really robust renewal e-book.

And even when it is — we weren’t blowing away all our gross sales information, it is nonetheless going to be a really highly effective renewal e-book going ahead.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, I might simply add, we’re nonetheless such a small piece of the market share. So that might be a extremely, actually large concern if we had 40% market share, lower than 3%. There’s nonetheless loads of white house even with a big housing downturn. We simply must execute on our methods, and we’ve got confidence that we are able to try this.

And I might simply add on prime of that, I feel there are different methods to generate quantity that we’re — that we have not mentioned but, which we have been fairly aggressive on our digital advertising and marketing efforts, which have paid off very properly. And so, cross-selling to the present base, people who solely have one coverage line with us, choosing up further insurance policies, going to prospects which have canceled over time and going again to them are ways in which we’re producing incremental quantity from the present base.

Tommy McJoyntKeefe, Bruyette and Woods — Analyst

Got it. Thank you.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Mark Hughes of Truist. Please go forward.

Mark HughesTruist Securities — Analyst

Thank you. Good afternoon. I’m wondering when you may discuss concerning the whole franchise development up 17% within the quarter. I feel, you talked about that you simply’re extra actively culling a few of these ones that you do not anticipate will ultimately go to working standing.

But then, I’m wondering when you may discuss that, these terminations or that culling versus the brand new gross sales, the way it’s including as much as 17% progress. And perhaps just a few sense of the place that goes in coming quarters?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. So we take into consideration attempting to safe all of our launches from the latest pool of signing. So that backlog that is now at $884. The culling of that’s the place you are seeing the drag on the full franchise depend progress versus the working company depend progress.

We are centered on driving whole working businesses which might be going to go on the market and promote insurance coverage insurance policies. So that up 23% within the quarter. That’s web of some comparatively aggressive culling to ensure we have the healthiest system that we are able to. 57% enhance in whole businesses launched in the course of the quarter with some robust This fall tendencies.

So we’re seeing actually good issues within the knowledge there from an working company standpoint.

Mark HughesTruist Securities — Analyst

And sorry, what was the 23% quantity you talked about?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

23% is the full working company’s progress, 17% is the full franchise depend progress when you embrace the backlog.

Mark HughesTruist Securities — Analyst

Yeah. Anything about new franchises bought after we take into consideration the final couple of quarters versus the prior development?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. I feel, they have been actually encouraging tendencies. So a document this quarter, 144 franchises launch. That’s a 57% enhance over the prior-year Q3.

We’ve acquired robust preliminary This fall tendencies. It’s all entering into the suitable route there.

Mark HughesTruist Securities — Analyst

Understood. And then, the attrition throughout the working franchises, when do you suppose that you simply form of recover from the hump and that begins to decelerate or normalize?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, so we’re operating a bit of hotter than our historic common now. We’ve talked about throughout 2020 and 2021, that churn being under the place we actually wanted it to be. So I might count on that for the close to time period to be nonetheless operating a bit of hotter than the historic common of 15%. Over the intermediate to long term, I might count on that to development again all the way down to the historic common.

Mark HughesTruist Securities — Analyst

And then, a ultimate query. The company headcount, Mark Jones Jr., did you make a remark about the place you’d — did you say that may be down barely by year-end from right here? Did I hear that correctly?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, that is what we stated within the ready remarks. We are at 411 on the finish of the quarter, the expectation is we’ll be barely down from that on the finish of the 12 months.

Mark HughesTruist Securities — Analyst

Thank you very a lot.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Mark Dwelle of RBC Capital Markets. Please go forward.

Mark DwelleRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

Good night. Back on the — simply to stay form of on the expense matter. You’ve gone by numerous various things. I simply wish to ensure that I form of reiterate what I’ve heard there.

I imply, it looks as if a bit of over a 12 months in the past, some huge cash was spent to construct out the company franchise company channel and add infrastructure and other people there. So is what we’re listening to at present form of only a refinement of that? Or are you planning to exit a few of these areas, shut down branches? Are there costs related to all that course of? Or is that this simply form of permitting attrition? Or how is it truly being executed?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, Mark, it is Mark Jones, Sr. Probably a 12 months in the past or so on one of many calls, I had indicated that we had been seeing our absorptive capability broaden. It was form of a special kind of working setting with COVID and whatnot. And the reality is we overestimated and that is on me.

I overestimated what our actual absorptive capability was. Once we acquired again to kind of a traditional working setting, we discovered ourselves with capability that exceeded our gross sales administration’s skill to handle it. So what we needed to do is we have to get that that company company kind of again to a degree of enticing profitability. And with a view to try this, we have to take out the capability that is dropping us cash.

We are in a scenario the place we’re form of rebuilding our administration bench a bit of bit. But we do not anticipate — we do not anticipate kind of another like location consolidations or closings. We’ve achieved a bit of little bit of workplace consolidation in Austin. We mixed — we had two places of work there.

We put all of the individuals collectively in a single now, and that is truly proving very useful. We had a small variety of producers in Las Vegas. That’s not a very enticing market, so we took them out. But all of our different areas, we proceed to be dedicated to these areas and dedicated to the enterprise there.

We simply — and so I do not anticipate that we will see kind of any large costs or something like that coming by. It’s only a matter of we have to kind of end the form of the cleaning of that company group as a result of my eyes had been larger than my abdomen.

Mark DwelleRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

OK. That’s useful. So to perhaps sum up that bit then at the side of one of many prior questions. As we have a look at the worker compensation expense line, I assume, the visitors within the quarter was, on the one hand, you have added to flesh out the ranks of the service workers.

But then again, you have diminished a few of the producer and presumably some assist individuals workers related to them. And that the web of that’s the general progress within the expense line or compensation expense on each a sequential and a year-over-year foundation. Is that not the suitable method of deciphering that?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yep, that is honest.

Mark DwelleRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

Was there any — you have had some adjustments within the senior administration rank not too long ago. Were there any bills within the quarter or to be anticipated related to any of that?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Well, there’s a bit of little bit of severance, however that isn’t materials in and of itself. So a bit of bit, however not quite a bit.

Mark DwelleRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

OK. And then, lastly, and perhaps you already answered that is simply already on the G&A aspect. There weren’t any distinctive G&A-related bills related to both the workers up or the workers down as applicable within the quarter?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

No. We will, on a go-forward foundation, proceed so as to add service headcount within the areas the place we predict it makes probably the most sense. Right now, our San Antonio Service Center is a unbelievable location for us. So we’re taking further house there to develop there.

It’s a unbelievable demographic for our service brokers. They do a unbelievable job. So we’ll proceed to see actual property footprint enlargement there from a service perspective, nothing else from a company gross sales, actual property enlargement anticipated within the close to time period.

Mark DwelleRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

OK. And then, lastly, with respect to contingent commissions, had been the — had been the relatively giant Ian losses within the quarter, one thing that you simply anticipate having a larger adverse impact on the cumulative whole for the 12 months for this 12 months’s contingents? I do know they do not essentially keep it up to subsequent 12 months. But have you ever — any refinement to the calculation there relative to how we had been serious about it, say, beforehand.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Probably not particularly associated to Ian. Most of these contingency plans embrace caps for the catastrophic losses, however the losses have additionally been so powerful for these private traces carriers all year long that when you’re already over the loss ratio share, the hurricane does not assist you get there, however it additionally does not actually harm you when you’re already not incomes it. So such as you talked about, it is not — it does not have any carryover influence into 2023, and we must always hopefully see the pricing take maintain over the following 12 months or so, and we are able to get again to form of historic common degree of contingencies.

Mark DwelleRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

I feel, these are all my query. Thank you.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Mark.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Pablo Singzon of J.P. Morgan. Please go forward.

Pablo SingzonJPMorgan Chase and Company — Analyst

Hi. Thank you. So first query I had was the hole between year-on-year progress and insurance policies in forests and return premiums has been rising over the previous a number of quarters. Is that hole a good illustration of the good thing about pricing and I assume, maybe publicity? And do you suppose that hole widens additional in 2023? Or are we kind of previous the height there from kind of pricing and publicity perspective?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, good query, Pablo. You can see that whole danger premium holding regular at that 42%. I feel that hole between whole written premium progress and coverage enforced progress is a good indication of the pricing inflation that we’re seeing out there. I feel, it is necessary that we take credit score for being in the suitable spot within the insurance coverage distribution worth chain the place when the carriers must take charge to extend their profitability, we get that increase on our total e-book.

And when it is a comfortable marketplace for them, and so they need not take charge, we sometimes have good profitability and excessive contingencies. So you most likely do see that hole between value progress and whole written premium progress proceed into 2023, however we’d count on that to as pricing begins to normalize once more, degree again off and begin to shrink.

Pablo SingzonJPMorgan Chase and Company — Analyst

Got it. That is smart. And only a follow-up on contingent. So given all of the pricing actions being taken by the underwriters, it looks as if at the least my evaluation is that private margins ought to enhance in 2023 over 2022, proper, however most likely not the place they wish to be long term.

If that state of affairs involves cross, would it not be honest to imagine that your contingent in 2023 may be decrease than what could be in any other case be a traditional 12 months?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, I feel that is a good evaluation. I most likely wouldn’t count on an excellent nice contingency 12 months as in comparison with historic averages in 2023. I feel, the carriers most likely nonetheless have some extra work to do on pricing earlier than they get their profitability in a spot the place they are going to be prepared to pay large bonuses to brokers. So I would not count on a blowout 12 months in contingencies in 2023.

Pablo SingzonJPMorgan Chase and Company — Analyst

OK. And then, final one for me, it is a broader query. It’s concerning the kind of the pivot from corporative franchising. And I feel, Mark Jones Sr., you had talked about upfront bills and the ramp-up time as causes for shifting away from company proper on a relative foundation.

So the query is, a number of years in the past, you had disclosed section margins, proper? And I feel, at that time, company was spending a couple of 20% EBITDA, which within the context is fairly good. But simply given what you have achieved thus far and all of the dialogue concerning the pivot. Is it honest to imagine that that 20% is considerably worse at present? And perhaps a part of the rationale why you are shifting away from company on a relative foundation?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yes.

Pablo SingzonJPMorgan Chase and Company — Analyst

OK. And the reason is simply kind of like over capability —

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Pablo, we’re within the enterprise of allocating finite sources, proper? So if we will allocate an hour of our time and $1.00 of our cash, we wish to allocate it the place we will get the very best return. And we’re enhancing returns in our company enterprise by taking the actions that we’re doing now. But once more, when you kind of stand again and give it some thought, within the franchise channel, there’s not numerous value infrastructure that we’ve got to hold to generate income. There’s value infrastructure we feature to take care of that income in service.

But principally, within the franchise enterprise, individuals pay us to come back work for us after which generate income for us. So it is a hell of a deal. And it is not — it does not eat the identical form of capital and you may transfer sooner than we are able to in our company company. Now that wasn’t all the time the case.

When that franchise enterprise was subscale, that the economics had been very totally different. But we all know now, for instance, if we will take somebody out of the company channel, like I stated in my remarks, out of the 9 people who we took, that we put right into a franchise channel during the last couple of months, six we’re within the prime 10 businesses for manufacturing. They’re tremendous productive businesses. We know that after we transfer we assist franchises add producers.

It prices us a bit of bit, however it does not value us — we’re not carrying the payroll bills and workplace bills and all of that stuff for these producers. And we all know that they’re roughly 1.6, 1.7 instances as productive as a whole new franchise. So what we’re doing is we’re taking a look at what are the longest levers that we are able to pull to get the very best return for an hour of our time and $1.00 of our cash.

Pablo SingzonJPMorgan Chase and Company — Analyst

Got it. That is smart. Mark, thanks.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

Our subsequent query comes from Josh Shanker of Bank of America. Please go forward.

Josh ShankerBank of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Yeah, thanks for taking my query. I’m simply curious, of the company brokers who’re now not with the platform, are a lot of them who left going to turn into franchisees? Or are the, I assume, preliminary 9 of these start-up, these are the very best and brightest, and you will be discovering extra.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yeah, Josh, that is Mark Jr. So you aren’t getting to fail out of a company job and purchase a franchise. You acquired to undergo our approval course of. If you have confirmed you could’t promote within the company place the place you have acquired probably the most entry to sources, then you definitely’re not going to be a profitable franchise.

But we’ve got loads of very profitable company brokers that wish to purchase a franchise. We management the timing of that and provides them particular targets on what they should do to purchase a franchise. And we see a extremely good pipeline of that within the coming 12 months.

And simply when it comes to our on-campus refining worth proposition, it is fairly dynamite when you may go on campus and say we’ve got principally an entrepreneurial program with our firm, you come work for us like a three-year paid partnership. And you will be your personal enterprise proprietor and get on a path to a kind of a seven-figure earnings or web value over the following decade. It’s a spectacular worth proposition.

Josh ShankerBank of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

And so, the 100-or-so company brokers who did not open franchises, we must always assume they’re principally gone for all intents and functions?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Yes, that group that declined from Q2 to Q3 quantity in company agent headcount; these are individuals which might be out of the system, aside from these 9 that we talked about that purchased franchises. And we’ve got actually simply began shifting individuals into franchises. So that is new, however the early outcomes are tremendous good.

Josh ShankerBank of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Very good. And then, I assume, it was requested, however perhaps you get a bit of extra coloration. Is there something you may inform us concerning the newly signed franchisees within the quarter? If we take the 144 launches and subtract that from the excellent signatures, I assume, that will get us to about even the place the quantity is, however I assume you have added numerous new signatures and you’ve got culled numerous signatures. Is there any magnitude you may discuss in that time period?

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

We are usually not going to speak about specifics there, however I can inform you the pipeline for brand new businesses stays very robust. If you have a look at the private traces market, when you’re working for one of many large captives and so they do not wish to write insurance coverage within the space that you simply dwell in, you are successfully out of a job. So our worth proposition performs actually, very well on this marketplace for insurance coverage professionals. So we’ve got a really robust pipeline of latest franchises which might be each signing now and that we predict will proceed to signal by 2023.

Josh ShankerBank of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

Thanks for taking my questions. Appreciate it.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Thank you.

Operator

This concludes the question-and-answer session. I wish to flip the convention again over to Mark Jones for any closing remarks.

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

We admire everyone’s time. Thank you.

Operator

[Operator signoff]

Duration: 0 minutes

Call contributors:

Dan FarrellVice President, Capital Markets

Mark JonesChairman and Chief Executive Officer

Mark MillerPresident and Chief Operating Officer

Matt CarlettiJMP Securities — Analyst

Paul NewsomePiper Sandler — Analyst

Ryan TunisAutonomous Research — Analyst

Tommy McJoyntKeefe, Bruyette and Woods — Analyst

Mark HughesTruist Securities — Analyst

Mark DwelleRBC Capital Markets — Analyst

Pablo SingzonJPMorgan Chase and Company — Analyst

Josh ShankerBank of America Merrill Lynch — Analyst

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