Delta Lloyd Investor Day: delivering on our strategy
Delta Lloyd is holding an Investor Day for institutional investors and analysts in London today.
The day will focus on how Delta Lloyd will achieve our solvency and capital generation targets and deliver on our customer oriented, capital light strategy - 'Closer to the Customer'.
Our 'Closer to the Customer' strategy creates value through understanding our customers and their evolving needs; seamless multi-channel interaction with our distribution partners; and leveraging technology to improve processes and digitise customer experiences. Additionally, we will outline our near time priorities to build capital, improve our commercial and operational performance and fulfil customer needs.
Topics covered in the presentations include an update on capital management and our progress in enhancing control under Solvency II, including an update on UFR sensitivities. Additionally, management will highlight how Life, GI and Asset Management are focused on generating net capital through a consistent value over volume approach.
Hans van der Noordaa, chairman of the Executive Board
: "Following the rights issue and capital measures we have stabilised the company and with our 'Closer to the Customer' strategy we have a clear vision for the future. We are now on track and have an ongoing commitment to sustainable net capital generation of € 200-250 million a year. Our strong commercial proposition will enable us to capture opportunities for profitable, capital generative growth. We will deliver on our promises."
The presentations will be available at
from 07.30 CET, where interested parties can also view the webcast of the event.
Investor Day programme (times are approximate)
Delivering on our strategy
Hans van der Noordaa
Capital management on track
Greater control under Solvency II
Life insurance: Building a capital light franchise
Leon van Riet
AM: Investing under Solvency II
GI: Strong platform, improving performance
Ingrid de Graaf
Hans van der Noordaa
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Should one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialise, or should any underlying assumptions prove to be incorrect, Delta Lloyd's actual financial condition or results of operations could differ materially from those described herein as anticipated, believed, estimated or expected.
Please see the Annual Report for the year-ended 31 December 2015 for a description of certain important factors, risks and uncertainties that may affect Delta Lloyd's businesses.