Our history

29 February 1920
  • Start of Non-Life Insurance and Banking activities
  • Name: LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE, Société Anonyme d’Assurance et de Placement (Insurance and Investment Limited Company
  • 1st head office: Avenue Marie-Thérèse, then corner Boulevard Royal and Grand-Rue
1937
  • Start of Life Insurance activities
1942
  • Dissolution of the company by the German occupier
1944
  • Restart of activity after World War II
1968
  • Acquisition of the Helvetia portfolio
1969
  • End of Banking activities as a result of the law of 6 September 1968 concerning the control of insurance companies
  • Creation of a new Luxembourg banking company on 22.12.1969 called the “Banque du Benelux – LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE”
  • Occupation of the new administrative building in the rue Aldringen
1970
  • Transfer of the head office to 10, rue Aldringen
  • New company name: LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE, Société Anonyme d’Assurances
1971
  • Start of computerisation of the company
  • Start of construction of a new building, corner of Boulevard Royal and Grand-Rue
1975
  • Acquisition of the Luxembourg automobile portfolio of the Belgian company A.G. of 1830 (later Fortis)
1981
  • Acquisition of the Luxembourg portfolio of the French company LE GAN Incendie Accidents
1989
  • The separation of the insurance activities and creation of 2 new companies:
  • LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE and LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE-Vie.
1996
  • Constitution of LA LUXEMBOURGEOISE RE
1999
  • Creation of Pecoma International (Pension Consulting and Management) with the Compagnie Fiduciaire and the Banque et Caisse d’Épargne de l’État
2002
  • Acquisition of 25% holding in DKV
  • Introduction of the Sickness portfolio
2003
  • Acquisition of 10% holding in LIA (Lux Investment Advisors) with the Banque et Caisse d’Épargne de l’État (BCEE)
2005
  • Use of brokers to implement the reinsurance programme
2011
  • Creation of the LALUX brand in verbal, advertising and marketing communications
  • Launch of a new visual identity and graphic layout 
  • Moving the new head office to Leudelange
  • New slogan : lalux – meng Versécherung

2015

  • Acquisition of 'DKV Luxembourg'