A holding company engaged in the homeowners property & casualty insurance business in the United States.
  • Commenced relationship March 2008 when FMG Acquisition Corp. and United Insurance Holdings, a holding company engaged in the homeowners property & casualty insurance business, agreed to merge.
  • Upon closing in September 2008, the Company had a market cap of approximately $160 million.
Our Role
  • Drafted and edited all announcements and presentations associated with the SPAC transaction, and developed / implemented an investor meetings program to support shareholder approval of the SPAC business combination.
  • Following shareholder approval, helped UIHC transition to a public company.
  • Manage an ongoing investor communications program, and prepared management for first-ever and subsequent earnings calls; scripted remarks, advised on Q&A including potential questions, and assumed all logistical aspects of the events.
  • Conduct investor and analyst outreach and arrange meetings in various cities.
  • Provide counsel to management on an array of subjects related to the Company’s public status.
  • UIHC invited to present at various high quality investor conferences.
  • Research coverage initiated by Dowling & Partners, JMP, KBW, Raymond James and Wells Fargo.
  • 40% institutional ownership.
  • Market cap reached $1 billion.
  • Added to Russell 3000® and 2000® Indexes.