LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE was the very first Luxembourg insurance company active in the Grand Duchy in 1920. Shortly after its constitution, it set up its offices on the corner of “Boulevard Royal-Grand-Rue”.
The business very quickly began to develop its activities in the insurance field and to diversify its range of services in the banking sector, although changes in the law meant that this activity had to be abandoned in 1970.
In view of the unique European market, in 1989 the company split its life and non-life insurance activities and created two separate subsidiaries. It was at this point that the Banque et Caisse d’Épargne de l’État (BCEE) joined the capital of these two new entities. Since then, the Luxembourg identity and roots have been strengthened within the two companies.
LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE group currently employs more than 300 staff in the Grand Duchy. The country has one of the country’s largest networks, with more than 1300 agents including 60 professionals across the country.