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Our
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Our Company

largest
private residential
mortgage insurer
in Canada maple leaf

$5.9 billion

total assets
As at March 31, 2015

$3.4 billion

shareholders' equity
As at March 31, 2015

Our Mission

Working with our lender partners, regulators and influencers we

  • help people responsibly achieve and maintain the dream of homeownership
  • promote strong and sustainable communities across Canada

while enhancing stakeholder value

Our Vision

Canada’s Mortgage Insurer of Choice

Our Values

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Excellence

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Integrity

Our Priorities

  • click here to view replay of Investor Day video webcast for an overview of company priorities and strategy for 2015

  • Mortgage Default Insurance, commonly referred to as Mortgage Insurance, allows homebuyers to achieve the dream of homeownership with a low down payment.

    For more info on our mortgage insurance products and benefits, watch the HomeOpeners® video series here.

Our History

The Evolution of the Mortgage Insurance Industry and Genworth Canada
  • 1995: the beginning

    Canada has had an active private mortgage insurance industry since 1964, when MICC commenced operations. In 1995, Genworth Financial (when it operated as part of General Electric) acquired certain assets and hired certain employees from MICC to establish its Canadian private mortgage business. The Company operated as part of General Electric for almost a decade.

  • 2004: Genworth Financial starts trading on NYSE

    General Electric completed an initial public offering of Genworth Financial (NYSE:GNW). Genworth Canada remained an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Genworth Financial.

  • 2009: Genworth Canada IPO, starts trading on TSX

    Genworth MI Canada Inc. completed its initial public offering and began trading on the TSX under the “MIC” symbol. Genworth Financial in the United States remains a majority shareholder owning 57.5% of the common shares of Genworth Canada.

As part of the Genworth Canada’s 20th Anniversary celebrations, Canadian mortgage industry executives reflect on homeownership in Canada over the last 20 years and into the future, as well as collaboration within the industry, and memories of their own first-time homebuying experiences.

Key Facts

Focused on Strong Business Execution
market facts

(as of March 31, 2015)

MIC

TSX Ticker Symbol

$2.6 billion

Market Capitalization

233%

Minimum Capital
Test Ratio

93 million

Shares Outstanding

$3.4 billion

Shareholder’s Equity

Dividend History ($/share)

Genworth Canada has been paying a regular dividend every quarter since its first payment post IPO in December 2009.

Strong Financial Track Record
Net Premiums Written

($ in millions)

Net Premiums Earned

($ in millions)

Loss Ratio

(%)

Book Value
Per Share
(incl. AOCI)

($/share)

Net Operating Income

($ in millions)

All currencies are in Canadian dollars.
*2012: Including a one-time adjustment of $122 million, the net operating income would have been $462 million.

Credit Ratings

Genworth MI Canada Inc.
S&P Issuer Rating

BBB+ Stable

DBRS Issuer Rating

AA (low) Stable

Genworth Mortgage
Insurance Company
S&P Financial Strength Rating

A+ Stable

DBRS Financial
Strength Rating

AA Stable

Investment Portfolio
info

(as of March 31, 2015)

Total $5.6 billion
Investor Contact
samantha
Philip
Mayers

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
905-287-5393
philip.mayers@genworth.com

Media Contact
lisa
Lisa
Azzuolo

Director, Communications
905-287-5520
lisa.azzuolo@genworth.com

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View full 2013

ANNUAL REPORT

Genworth Canada's cash-based contributions to community causes in 2013 totalled

$735,000

Learn more about Genworth Canada's Corporate Social Responsabilities

News Releases

Latest Presentation
April 7, 2015 Genworth Canada Homeownership Education Week Seminar
View this Presentation (PDF 1.33 MB)

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Price

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  • MIC
  • Price
  • Cours
  • 30.73
  • Change (%)
  • Variation (%)
  • -0.22 (-0.71%)
  • Volume
  • 216,583
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