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FBL Financial Group Merger for $56.00 Per Share April 7, 2021



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Our Independent Directors Ensured an Arm’s - Length Negotiation Special Committee of Independent and Unaffiliated Directors with Deep Insurance Industry, M&A and Public Company Transaction Exp ertise Member Bio Paul E. Larson Vice Chairman Served as President of Equitable Life of Iowa and its subsidiary, USG Annuity and Life, until his retirement in 2004 after 22 years with the companies Also a member of the board of directors of Wellmark, Inc., Wellmark of South Dakota, Inc., and previously served on the board of directors of GuideOne Mutual Insurance Company and GuideOne Specialty Mutual Insurance Company until January 2020 Holds both a law degree and a certified public accountant designation Larson was named Outstanding CPA in Business and Industry by the Iowa Society of CPAs in 1999, and inducted into the American Institute of CPA’s Business and Industry Hall of Fame in 2000 Has served on the board of directors of Greenfields Life Insurance Company, a Farm Bureau Life subsidiary, since 2017 Paul E. Larson is FBL’s lead independent director and has been a Class A Director since 2004 Roger K. Brooks Served as CEO and Chairman of AmerUs Group until his retirement in 2005 after nearly 50 years of service Has served on numerous community boards and is a member of the Iowa Insurance Hall of Fame and Iowa Business Hall of Fame Previously a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries Graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Iowa Participated in Stanford University's Executive Program Roger K. Brooks has been a Class A Director since 2009 Paul A. Juffer Currently the Managing Partner of LWBJ Financial, LLC (“LWBJ”), where he has practiced as a certified public accountant since 1997, with expertise in business advisory, succession planning and M&A services Through LWBJ, he has served as Chief Financial Officer for several emerging technology companies, including most recently for Harrisvaccines, Inc. from 2013 to 2015 Member of the Board of Directors of OneroRx, Inc. and serves on several community boards Prior to LWBJ, he was Chief Financial Officer for a technology company and worked as an auditor at KPMG Juffer is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Iowa Society of Certified Public Accountants Holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Iowa Paul A. Juffer has been a Class A Director since May 2017 3



$56.00/Share is a Unique and Compelling Opportunity for FBL Financial Group’s Unaffiliated Shareholders Right Price Substantial, 50%+ cash premium to FBL Financial Group’s unaffected stock price Shareholders will continue to receive cash dividends of $0.52 per share per quarter until closing Valuation is in line with or better than most comparable transactions, despite being a controlled company Valuation is in line with high end of independent policy - by - policy actuarial appraisal Special Committee received an opinion from Barclays that the $56.00 per share consideration was fair to the unaffiliated shareholders from a financial point of view Right Process Formed a special committee of independent directors to evaluate the offer; Special Committee hired independent advisors and conducted analysis utilizing several methodologies, including comparable transaction analysis, sum - of - the - parts analysis, and commissioned policy - by - policy actuarial appraisal Special Committee and advisors followed a rigorous process to review and negotiate for unaffiliated shareholders’ best interests over three months, securing a 19% increase compared to the initial offer Maintained right to review offers from other parties; no alternatives came forward 60% majority holder IFBF has stated that it has no interest in selling its stake or voting in favor of a competing offer Right Time Evaluated offer as compared to standalone prospects, including management projections and a full, independent, policy - by - policy actuarial appraisal Annuity account withdrawals and a challenging low interest rate environment create significant headwinds $56.00/share all - cash offer locks in immediate, certain and compelling value Special Committee recommends shareholders vote FOR the transaction 4



Capital Returns Management’s Argument is Flawed Flawed Analyses Ignores important intrinsic value methodologies: Milliman’s independent actuarial appraisal, Barclays’ sum - of - the - parts, dividend discount and comparable companies analyses, and others Overlooks key differences between the proposed transaction and transactions it deems to be comparable Includes AOCI in analysis of book value per share, creating misleading picture of value Ignores the fact that FBL Financial Group has a shareholder with a ~60% stake that significantly limits the potential for sale to another acquirer Flawed Understanding of Process The formation of the Special Committee substantially mitigated the potential conflicts raised by CRM The Special Committee was responsible for reviewing and negotiating the transaction with advice from independent legal and financial advisors as well as independent, unaffiliated industry experts Flawed Perspective The logic behind CRM’s assertion that FBL Financial Group does not “need” this transaction ignores the compelling valuation provided by the transaction and the limited future prospects for standalone value creation 5



Substantial Premium to Unaffected Stock Price $56.00/share in cash provides immediate, certain and compelling value, representing: Special Committee negotiated a significantly improved offer that is in the best interest of the unaffiliated shareholders Premium to Unaffected Price Premium to Initial Offer Premium to Unaffected VWAP 50% 19% 56% Premium to FBL’s unaffected closing share price of $37.25 on September 3, 2020 Premium to FBPCIC’s initial proposal of $47.00 / share Premium to FBL’s unaffected 90 - day VWAP, as measured on September 3, 2020 6 RIGHT PRICE



Share Performance Since 9/3/2020 50.3% 34.1% 33.6% FFG Peer Average Peer Median ▪ Even with the run - up in the Life / Annuity sector, the Transaction Price provides a meaningful premium to unaffiliated shareholders ▪ The $56.00 per share deal price plus a dividend from Q1 2021 implies a premium of 51.7% compared to FBL’s unaffected share price of $37.25 as of Sept. 3 rd ___________________________________ Source: FactSet . Market data as of April 6, 2021. Transaction price includes Q1 dividend of $0.52 per share. 1. Peers include CNO, PRI, GL, ATH, and AEL. 7 1 CRM references the S&P 500 Life & Health Insurance Index which is overly broad and creates a misleading comparison (see discussion on Appendix slide) RIGHT PRICE 1



Precedent Transaction Book Value Multiple Analysis Supports Transaction Valuation ___________________________________ Source: Company filings. Note: multiples measured on the basis of deal value divided most recently disclosed book value excluding AOCI at the time of ann ouncement. 1. Given the long - dated nature of life insurers’ liabilities, Book Value ex. AOCI gives the buyer a better view of the economic hea lth of the core business. 2. MassMutual/Athene proposal subsequently withdrawn. RIGHT PRICE ▪ Analysis is further supported by the valuations given to similar companies in transactions announced subsequent to ours ▪ Price / Book (ex. AOCI) is the correct metric to examine as it removes the potential volatility in book value driven by unrealized gains and losses in FBL’s investment portfolio. 1 1.26x 1.00x 1.25x 1.25x 1.00x FBL / FBPCIC KKR / GA MM / ATH / AEL MM / Great American APO / ATH Ann. Date 1/11/21 7/8/20 10/1/20 1/27/21 3/8/21 Target FBL Financial Global Atlantic American Equity Great American Athene Acquirer FBPCIC KKR Mass Mutual / Athene 2 Mass Mutual Apollo 8



EPS Multiple Analysis of Peer Companies Also Supports Transaction Valuation ___________________________________ Source: FactSet , SNL. Market data as of April 6, 2021. Company Filings. 1. Based on Company Internal Plan provided by FBL’s management on December 23, 2020. 2. Peer average and median applies a 60% / 40% weighting to Life and Annuity averages. Life peers include PRI, CNO, and GL. A nnu ity peers include ATH and AEL. RIGHT PRICE ▪ The Transaction Value expressed as a multiple of EPS is well above FBL’s Life / Annuity peers, even recognizing the uplift in share prices since the transaction was announced ▪ Businesses with significant annuity operations continue to trade at a meaningful discount to their peers on an earnings basis ▪ Earnings from the annuity segment represent 41% of FBL’s projected total earnings 1 2 9 Price / 2021E EPS 2 14.1x 10.8x 10.9x FBL Peer Average Peer Median



Independent Actuarial Appraisal Further Supports $56.00 / Share Valuation ___________________________________ Source: All reliances and limitations are subject to the Milliman Report as of December 31, 2020. RIGHT PRICE Per Share Actuarial Value, As Adjusted $52.15 $49.15 $46.53 $44.24 $5.82 $3.47 $1.61 $0.12 7% 8% 9% 10% ($ / share) Discount Rate Total Value Per Share (Excluding New Business) Value of New Business $52.62 $48.14 $44.36 $57.97 $56.00 / Share Value 10 ▪ Policy - by - policy appraisal accurately captures value of both the life insurance and annuity businesses ▪ Barclays calculated a discount rate (WACC) of 9.9% for its fairness opinion, within the range that was selected by Milliman



Rigorous Review Process RIGHT PROCESS Special Committee conducted a detailed review of FBPCIC’s offer Qualified and Engaged Special Committee Special Committee made up of independent and unaffiliated directors, with deep insurance industry and public company transaction expertise Retained Barclays as independent financial advisor and Sidley as independent legal advisor Representatives of Sidley conducted interviews with members of Special Committee to confirm the absence of potential conflicts of interest Highly - engaged Special Committee and advisors met over 20 times between the receipt of the initial proposal and acceptance of the final proposal Thorough Review FBL’s Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Deputy Chief Actuary and General Counsel supported the diligence efforts of the Special Committee and its advisors The Special Committee’s financial advisors and third - party actuary engaged in numerous due diligence sessions with such members of management, and were provided requested due diligence materials that were utilized in their respective analyses In addition, at the request of the Special Committee, such members of management directly answered questions of the Special Committee with respect to FBL’s financial plan, which was prepared by FBL’s CFO in the ordinary course, and other metrics of FBL’s business During the pendency of negotiations such members of management did not interface directly with IFBF regarding the transaction or participate in the negotiations of the economic terms of the transaction 11



Rigorous Review Process RIGHT PROCESS Special Committee conducted a detailed review of FBPCIC’s offer 12 Rigorous Negotiation Engaged in multiple rounds of negotiation with FBPCIC, resulting in 19% increase from the initial offer price to deliver a fair and full value for FBL Financial Group unaffiliated shareholders Secured ordinary shareholder dividends to be paid until closing, providing ~$0.52/share quarterly cash return in addition to purchase price; determined to capture value of potential special dividend in purchase price “Majority of the minority” approval is required for closing; Special Committee retains right to evaluate other proposals, none of which have been made Thorough Evaluation of Offer in Context of Key Factors Evaluated offer in context of unique ownership profile, potential to receive better offers, and standalone prospects, including a full policy - by - policy actuarial appraisal by Milliman, an independent actuarial firm that was hired by the Special Committee Confirmed IFBF had no interest in selling its stake, and the Special Committee has received no other offers Thorough analysis of Company’s value creation potential, including macroeconomic drivers and management projections Special Committee received an opinion from Barclays that the $56.00 per share consideration was fair to the unaffiliated shareholders from a financial point of view



FBL’s Business is Significantly Impacted by Rates RIGHT TIME ___________________________________ Source: Company Filings. Company Internal Projections. 1. Based on reserves as of December 31st, 2020. 2. ROAE ex. AOCI defined as net income divided by average shareholder’s equity ex. AOCI. 9.9% 10.6% 8.2% 8.7% 8.6% 8.8% 2018A 2019A 2020A 2021E 2022E 2023E A Significant Portion of FBL’s Business is Interest Sensitive 1 Low / Declining Interest Rates are Disadvantageous... …Impacting Net Operating Income… …and Returns 108.9 117.7 91.9 97.0 99.4 104.8 2018A 2019A 2020A 2021E 2022E 2023E ($ in millions) Historical and Projected ROAE ex. AOCI 2 Historical and Projected NOI Interest Sensitive Products 75.2% Traditional Life Insurance and Accident and Health Products 24.8% This is the right time for FBL’s unaffiliated shareholders to sell 13 219.7 218.8 205.9 207.7 158.3 158.0 158.2 157.5 2.56% 2.36% 2.17% 2.02% 1.83% 1.67% 1.40% 1.15% 0.0% 0.5% 1.0% 1.5% 2.0% 2.5% 3.0% $0 $100 $200 $300 $400 2017 2018 2019 2020 (Spread) (Net Investment Income, $mm) Annuity Life Annuity Spread Life Spread



CRM’s “Comparables” Are Not Relevant Dat e Announced Target Acquirer Rationale for Exclusion 2/7/2020 FGL Holdings Fidelity National Much larger acquirer with higher P/E ratio Pre - COVID Acquirer stock price traded down meaningfully post - announcement 8/11/2015 Symetra Sumitomo Life Transaction announced and consummated in a completely different (2015) macroeconomic environment Japanese buyer that enjoyed low domestic interest rates; willing to pay a higher price because of its resulting lower cost of capital (not an option for FBL) 6/23/2015 StanCorp Meiji Yasuda Transaction announced and consummated in a completely different (2015) macroeconomic environment StanCorp was a predominantly group benefits platform (valued differently than traditional life and annuity businesses) Japanese buyer that enjoyed low domestic interest rates; willing to pay a higher price because of its resulting lower cost of capital (not an option for FBL) 6/4/2014 Protective Life Dai - ichi Life Transaction announced and consummated in a completely different (2014 - 2015) macroeconomic environment Japanese buyer that enjoyed low domestic interest rates; willing to pay a higher price because of its resulting lower cost of capital (not an option for FBL) Differences in macro environment and buyer universe create a misleading picture 14 CRM's Analysis is Flawed



CRM's Comparables Index is Not Appropriate 15 ___________________________________ Source: Bloomberg, FactSet. SNL. 1. Index weighting based on Bloomberg as of 4/6/21. 2. Per FactSet as of 4/6/21. 3. Per SNL. Financial Data as of 12/31/21. Price Data as of 4/6/21. Company Weighting 1 Market Cap 2 ($mm) Price Performance since 9/3/20 Price / Book (ex. AOCI) 3 Price / 2021 EPS 2 FBL Financial Group, Inc. NA $1,365 50.3% 1.24x 14.1x Top Constituents of S&P 500 Life & Health Insurance Index (S5LIFE) MetLife, Inc. 29.1% $54,178 60.4% 1.05x 9.9x Prudential Financial, Inc. 23.4% $36,790 36.8% 1.01x 8.1x Aflac Incorporated 20.9% $35,487 39.7% 1.45x 10.5x Principal Financial Group, Inc. 9.9% $16,819 45.2% 1.19x 10.3x Lincoln National Corporation 7.2% $12,086 76.5% 0.88x 7.1x Globe Life Inc. 5.9% $11,469 20.9% 1.79x 13.4x Unum Group 3.6% $5,633 50.4% 0.54x 5.8x • Market capitalization of index constituents is far greater than that of FBL • Business and geographic mix is varied and does not compare well to FBL • Market has re - rated the most beaten down names — MET, PRU, LNC and UNUM are all still trading at or below 1.0x P / B (ex. AOCI) CRM's Analysis is Flawed



CRM’s Inclusion of AOCI is Fundamentally Misleading Under GAAP accounting, low interest rates cause a positive mark - to - market in fixed income investments, but do not provide for a similar mark - to - market of interest - bearing liabilities ▪ AOCI fluctuates as assets are marked up in a declining rate environment, but the true value of the insurance company is unchanged because the value of reserves also increases as the interest rates decline – but the liability mark - to - market is not reflected in GAAP accounting ▪ Therefore, investors, bankers, actuaries and other financial experts use Book Value per Share ex. AOCI as the proper metric for measuring valuation of companies in the life and annuities sector $ in Millions Q4'19 Q2'20 Q4'20 7 - Year Treasury Yield 1.83% 0.49% 0.64% FBL - Selected Balance Sheet Items: Investments [A] 9,092 9,462 9,684 Reserves (1) [B] 8,744 8,905 8,996 Investments ( - ) Reserves [A] - [B] 348 557 688 Shareholders' Equity 1,486 1,568 1,692 AOCI 355 482 587 Shareholders' Equity (ex. AOCI) 1,131 1,086 1,105 A B A B ___________________________________ Source: Company Filings, Bloomberg. 1. Includes interest sensitive products, traditional life insurance and accident and health products, other policy claims and be nef its, supplementary contracts without life contingencies, advance premiums and other deposits, liabilities related to separate accounts and other liabilities. 16 CRM's Analysis is Flawed



$56.00/Share is a Unique and Compelling Opportunity for FBL Financial Group’s Unaffiliated Shareholders P Right Price P Right Time P Right Process 17 Special Committee negotiated a compelling offer that is in the best interest of the unaffiliated shareholders Special Committee recommends shareholders vote FOR the transaction on the WHITE proxy card



Path to Closing and Certain, Substantial Cash Value January 11 Transaction Announcement March 11 Record Date for Voting at Special Meeting March 17 Filed and Mailed Definitive Proxy Statement March 31 Payment of $0.52 Quarterly Cash Dividend to Shareholders of Record as of March 15, 2021 April 29 Shareholder Meeting; Majority of Unaffiliated Shareholder Vote Needed for Approval of Transaction May Anticipated Closing; Shareholders to Receive $56.00/share in cash 1 18 ___________________________________ 1. While not expected, if closing were to occur after June 15, 2021, shareholders would expect to receive an additional dividend , r esulting in their receiving a total of two dividends following the announcement of the transaction on January 11, 2021, equal to $1.04 per share, in addition to the $56.00 per sh are deal consideration.



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Understanding the Negotiated Premium and “Bump” ___________________________________ Source: Company filings, Factset and Dealogic . 1. Premium measured from $56.00 per share transaction value to implied FBL price for the relevant row. 2. Buy - in precedent referenced by CRM. ▪ The Special Committee was provided a robust financial analysis, including Barclays’ preliminary valuation analysis and draft Milliman results ahead of indicating its expectation of an offer price “in the mid $50’s” ▪ Despite different negotiating tactics, the Special Committee was able to achieve a premium and “bump” above precedent insurance minority buy - ins, and consistent with EMC’s bump 20 Precedent Insurance Minority Buy - in FBL’s Share Price Reaction Median Metric Implied FBL Price Add’l Premium (1) Unaffected Share Price ($37.25 per Share) 37.9% $51.37 +9.0% Initial Bid ($47.00 per Share) 11.4% $52.36 +7.0% Closing Price Add’l Premium (1) Date of Mid - $50s ask (11/13/2020) $51.57 +8.6% Date of Prelim Agreement (12/10/2020) $53.32 +5.0% Date of Announcement (1/8/2021) $53.63 +4.4% The market understood the potential outcome at various points in time that correspond to key dates Despite the different negotiating tactics, we achieved a similar “bump” to EMC (2) Announcement Date Initial Offer Final Price Bump EMC May 9, 2019 $30.00 $36.00 +20.0% FBL Financial January 11, 2021 $47.00 $56.00 +19.1%



FBL Financial CRM files its preliminary proxy statement against the transaction (3/5/2021) CRM files its definitive proxy statement with the SEC (3/17/2021) CRM writes a letter to the Special Committee indicating they believed the offer was inadequate (12/1/2020) CRM issues press release, including the letter to the Special Committee (12/15/2020) CRM demands certain books and records of FBL under Iowa Code (12/18/2020) NDA signed to facilitate delivery of Company’s books and records (1/8/2021) FBL deal with FBPCIC announced (1/11/2021) FBL declaration of increased quarterly cash dividend (4% increase to $0.52/share) (2/24/2021) CRM reiterates belief price is too low (1/12/2021) Chairman of the Special Committee speaks with a representative from CRM on the phone (12/14/2020) Chairman of the Special Committee sends CRM a letter stating they would review the letter (12/7/2020) ___________________________________ Source: FactSet . Market data as of April 6, 2021. 1. Includes cash consideration of $56.00 per share and 1Q dividend of $0.52. 2. Initial Offer Date – September 4, 2020. Performance based on indexed stock performance as of the unaffected date of September 3, 2020. Indexed Stock Price Performance Since Initial Offer Announcement +50.3% $55.98 +51.7% Consideration of $56.52 per Share (1) (2) April 6 th 21 Share Performance Since 9/3/2020 CRM’s acquires its first shares in FBL post - announcement of the offer from FBPCIC (9/8/20)



CRM’s FBL Trading History / Activity ___________________________________ Sources: Capital Returns Management, LLC Form DEFC14A filed on March 18, 2021. Factset for VWAP data. Note: Trades may have been made post this disclosure that are not reflected on this page. Note: Activity above does not include the purchase or sale of call options. Capital Returns Management purchased 61,500 Janua ry 15, 2021 call options between November 23, 2020 and December 10, 2020, all with a strike price of $55.00 per share. Capital Returns Management subsequently sold 5,000 of these options on January 8, 20 21 22 Trade Dates Trade Type # of Trades Amount VWAP Commentary 9/8/20 – 9/17/20 Bought 5 71,707 $49.88 • Initiated position after the announcement of FBPCIC’s offer 9/21/20 – 10/7/20 Sold 7 (42,971) $49.04 • Sold over half of CRM’s stake less than a month after acquiring it 10/13/20 – 1/11/21 Bought 25 176,553 $52.53 • One trade represents the conversion of 56,500 call options in to common shares on the date of announcement 1/12/21 – 2/19/21 Sold 17 (88,889) $56.77 • CRM has been actively trading / selling shares since the deal was announced on January 11 • Sold a material portion of its stake slightly above the deal price inclusive of the Q1 dividend ($56.52)



Initial Post - Announcement Share Price Movement Did Not Reflect the Market’s View of Transaction and the Stock Has Returned to Expected Levels Dividend Payments Shareholders of record as of March 15, 2021 have received a $0.52 per share dividend in addition to the $56.00 per share deal consideration While not expected, if closing were to occur after June 15, 2021, shareholders would expect to receive an additional dividend, resulting in their receiving a total of two dividends following the announcement of the transaction on January 11, 2021, equal to $1.04 per share, in addition to the $56.00 per share deal consideration FBL is Thinly Traded A relatively small amount of trading volume can have an outsized impact on the share price of FBL Since the transaction announcement, the Company’s average daily trading volume, excluding the day of announcement, has been 66,126 shares, representing 0.3% of the Company’s fully diluted shares outstanding and 0.7% of the unaffiliated fully diluted shares The average closing share price over the last ten trading days was $56.00, below the sum of the cash consideration per share of $56.00 and $0.52 per share dividend Affiliated shares (~60% owned by IFBF) do not trade Investor Required Trading Certain ETFs and index - related funds have traded algorithmically, not fully taking the offer price into account in their rebalancing Short covering associated with net contraction in short position from approximately 301,000 shares as of February 12, 2021 to approximately 210,000 shares as of March 15, 2021 in a thinly traded stock could also explain certain trades above the offer price 23 ___________________________________ Source: Factset. Market Data as of 4/6/2021. Fully diluted share count of 24.7mm and unaffiliated fully diluted share count o f 9.7mm .



Management Financial Projections Reviewed by Special Committee ___________________________________ Sources: Company filings, FBL Financial Group’s internal estimates for 2020, and GAAP plan for 2021. 1. Realized losses on investments are presented net of income taxes at a rate of 21% for 2021 and the fourth quarter of 2020. 2. Net of adjustments, as applicable, to amortization of unearned revenue reserves, deferred acquisition costs, value of insuran ce inforce acquired, interest sensitive policy reserves and income taxes attributable to these items. 3. FBL consistently utilizes adjusted operating income, a financial measure common in the life insurance industry that is not pr epa red in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), as a primary economic measure to evaluate its financial performance. Adjusted operating income consists of net income at tributable to FBL adjusted to exclude the initial impact of changes in federal statutory income tax rates and tax laws, transaction costs relating to the proposed go - private transaction, realized gai ns and losses on investments, and the change in net unrealized gains and losses on derivatives and equity securities, which can fluctuate greatly from period to period. These fluctuations make it di ffi cult to analyze core operating trends. In addition, for derivatives not designated as hedges, there is a mismatch between the valuation of the asset and liability when deriving net income (loss). S pec ifically, call options relating to indexed business are one - year assets while the embedded derivatives in the indexed contracts represent the rights of the contract holder to receive index credits ove r the entire period the indexed annuities are expected to be in force. This non - GAAP measure is used for goal setting, determining short - term incentive compensation and evaluating performance on a ba sis comparable to that used by many in the investment community. FBL believes the combined presentation and evaluation of adjusted operating income provides information that may enhance an i nve stor's understanding of FBL’s underlying results and profitability. Net Income to Adjusted Operating Income Applicable to Common Shareholders Reconciliation 2019 2020E 2021E ($ in millions) Actual Expected Range Projection Net income attributable to FBL Financial Group, Inc $126.2 $65.8 - $69.8 $85.9 Net income adjustments: Realized losses on investments (1,2) ($5.8) $17.5 $17.5 $11.1 Change in net unrealized gains/losses on derivatives (2.7) 4.9 4.9 -- Adjusted operating income (3) $117.7 $88.2 - $92.2 $97.0 Less: Dividends to series B preferred stock (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) (0.2) Adjusted operating income applicable to common shareholders $117.5 $88.0 - $92.0 $96.9 24



Significant Shift in Yield Curve Over the Last 3 Years ___________________________________ Source: Bloomberg. Market Data as of 4/6/2021. 25 0.02% 0.02% 0.04% 0.06% 0.16% 0.35% 0.88% 1.34% 1.67% 2.24% 2.32% 1.28% 1.39% 1.53% 1.76% 1.89% 1.98% 2.20% 2.33% 2.40% 2.58% 2.74% 1 Mo 3 Mo 6 Mo 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Yr 5 Yr 7 Yr 10 Yr 20 Yr 30 Yr Yield (%) Current 12/31/2017 The yield curve has steepened but overall yields have declined



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