Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sabre Insurance Group Plc LSE:SBRE London Ordinary Share GB00BYWVDP49 ORD GBP0.001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.50 -1.73% 255.50 6,534,550 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
258.50 260.00 265.00 258.50 264.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 173.90 49.12 15.98 16.0 639
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:44:00 O 290,230 255.50 GBX

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Sabre Insurance Daily Update: Sabre Insurance Group Plc is listed in the Nonlife Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SBRE. The last closing price for Sabre Insurance was 260p.
Sabre Insurance Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 254p and a 12 week average price of 239p.
The 1 year high share price is 308.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 222p.
There are currently 250,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 421,583 shares. The market capitalisation of Sabre Insurance Group Plc is £638,750,000.
masurenguy: Sabre Insurance Sabre has a strategy of writing strictly based on profitability rather than volume. A compelling approach when premiums are rising, but when insurers are slugging it out for market share, taking smaller margins or even losses, that makes Sabre more of a cat than a tiger. The challenge is exacerbated when the whole market is falling, as it did last year with fewer people driving because of Covid. The business was founded in 1982 and was acquired by Aviva before a management buyout in 2002. It was back to the stock market in 2017 - it has a record of using technology developed in-house to write niche policies. One of its specialisms is in expensive, risky policies for young people who have just passed their driving tests — a process disrupted by the lockdowns of the past 12 months. Sabre’s gross written premiums in the four months to end of April were down almost 16% compared with last year. However, Geoff Carter, 52, Sabre’s chief executive, said that in April alone premiums were up 15%. Sabre will benefit from an opening up of the economy, but it has other strengths, too. The main one is that a shake-out of insurance pricing is coming courtesy of a review by the Financial Conduct Authority, which is set to stop insurers increasing the cost of policies on renewal after attracting first-time customers with cut-price offers. Sabre does not follow that model and believes it will benefit significantly from the changes. That makes Sabre look attractive at 259p, well below most analysts’ target price for the company. Advice: Buy - strong track record and market developments look favourable Complete article:
jonwig: It was, and a typical one for them. The share price is snooty, though.
wish i wasnt in rbs: sbre goes xd in a couple of weeks
kev0856153: Come on! That's flattery where I come from. sbre has not done well Linto but I've a good feeling about this one.
linton5: Jup over nice divi as well soon no probs but I’ll get some sbre in time hava nice day sir
wba1: I have tended to avoid Hiscox simply because it is such an aggregation of different GI businesses that it can be difficult to cut through the forest. I was interested to see the one comment in the 2020 numbers, that they hold claims reserves over 9% in excess of actuarial estimate (by which I assume they mean best estimate; if they mean estimate on usual basis that would increase the surplus even further). That suggests a hidden asset of $400m net. However, although the share price has been hit I am still cautious. The price to tangible book is nearly 1.8, which is pretty high. Lancashire (for comparison) is 1.6. Not the same business but some overlap in London market and RI, and I prefer Lancashire's track record. My other question with Hiscox is about the succession to Masojada. He must be 60+ now and has run it for over 20 years. I would not be surprised to see Hiscox price recovering but I prefer others.
essentialinvestor: Https:// Is it still the case that only a minority of shares are publicly available, the bulk still held by the founder and PE owners?.
jonwig: Final results: Quite satisfactory, I think. Zoom call at 8:30.
speedsgh: Notice of Results - HTTPS:// Sabre Insurance Group plc, one of the UK's leading private motor insurance underwriters, announced on 23 February 2021 that it will release its full year results for the period ending 31 December 2020 on 16 March 2021. A virtual presentation will be held at 8:30am on the day. Please note the change of time from 9:30am to 8:30am. Please contact to register. Instructions on how to connect to the meeting will be circulated ahead of the session.
wba1: GaryCook; not knocking DLG. They have been a solid play for many years and remain a decent trading and income share. But market cap is irrelevant (ignoring the micro caps). What matters is what value the market cap represents relative to performance fundamentals and outlook. IMHO DLG are more exposed to headwinds than SBRE. Particularly, the threat of a dual pricing ban is horrible for DLG where in excess of 50% of their earned premium would be affected. SBRE is wholly unaffected by this issue as its business is niche with primarily scheme and broker sources. I do not expect DLG to visibly suffer for some time (if the FCA decision is as expected) because they can stash away this years excess profit in reserves and smooth profit flow for 3-4 years (ignore DLG comments about increased costs at present/higher severity - this is just them laying the ground for smoothing profit by reserve stuffing, which all insurers will do), but eventually the FCA will bite. For an insurer (and especially an UW director (my background), what matters most is the COR/LR, and SBREs is market leading and difficult to replicate because of its niche business and data. SBRE also has an (extremely) conservative approach to investing reserves, being almost exclusively in government bonds with the resultant effect of either minimal exposure to default or being able to move to a more aggressive policy when appropriate in order to improve investment return (and profit). SBRE will not set the world on fire but is the quality play at present.
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