Delta Lloyd

Following the changeover in accounting techniques from Dutch GAAP to IFRS, insurer Delta Lloyd radically altered the valuation of assets and liabilities. We take a look at how it kept pace with regulations and stayed ahead of the pack. Aaron Woolner reports


In its original form, Delta Lloyd was one of the first European insurers to price its premiums on the basis of scientific calculations, rather than hopeful guesswork, so the Dutch company has a long history of being at the cutting edge of risk management. And one year shy of its 200th anniversary, the company is intent on maintaining its status.

Founded as Hollandsche Societeit van Levensverzekeringen in Amsterdam in 1807 as a life insurance company, Delta Lloyd has metamorphosised via a series

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