Our story in Germany
Supporting German industry for more than 25 years
Germany is Lloyd’s biggest market in continental Europe. Our customers are the businesses and entrepreneurs who drive and serve the German economy and they come to Lloyd’s to access the scale, diversity and financial strength of our specialist insurance and reinsurance market.
Lloyd’s provides tailored insurance and reinsurance solutions for a variety of German risks including property catastrophe, professional liability, accident and health, construction, real estate, transport, energy, cyber threats and political risks.
The depth of expertise and breadth of products sets the Lloyd’s market apart. Customers have access to the combined scale, expertise and capacity of an entire market, not just a single insurance company.
As our world is reshaped by economic, environmental, geopolitical and technological shifts, the breadth, depth and responsiveness of the Lloyd’s market gives German businesses the confidence to move forward in the face of uncertainty.
Lloyd’s requires all insurance risks located in the EEA to be written by Lloyd’s Insurance Company S.A. (“Lloyd’s Europe”) and not Lloyd’s underwriters.
Lloyd’s Europe is authorised and regulated by the National Bank of Belgium, and is fully Solvency II compliant, Lloyd’s Europe has passported into all EEA Member States for non-life insurance and is authorised to write non-life risks from Monaco and the UK.
To find out more about Lloyd’s Europe, visit the following link: https://www.lloydseurope.com
Our solutions in Germany
Find out about the types of risks Lloyd’s can underwrite and our business in Germany.
Lloyd’s underwriters are licensed to write non-life insurance and reinsurance throughout Germany and offer tailored solutions in over 60 lines of insurance and reinsurance.
Lloyd's can only provide 'retail' business via German service companies and coverholders.
Lloyd's covers more than 60 lines of insurance and reinsurance
- Accident & Health
- Agriculture & Hail
- Difference in Conditions
- Directors &Officers
- Employers Liability
- Extended Warranty
- Financial Institutions
- Fine Art
- Legal Expenses
- Livestock & Bloodstock
- Medical Expenses
- Medical Malpractice
- General Liability
- Personal Accident XL
- Political Risks, Credit & Financial Guarantee
- Power Generation
- Professional Indemnity
- Term Life
- Terrorism/ Yacht
Our business in Germany
Lloyd’s is a major provider of property, liability, marine and transport cover in Germany.
More than €566mn in German premiums
A & H
Find a broker, coverholder or insurer
From the north:
Autobahn A5 Nordwestkreuz Frankfurt / Exit Miquelallee. Turn right into Hansaallee, then into Bremer Straße / Reuterweg. Follow Bremer Straße up to the Alte Oper (Opera House).
From the west:
Autobahn A5 Westkreuz / Exit Messe, direction „Stadtmitte“ (City Centre) up to the „Platz der Republik“. Turn left into Mainzer Landstraße.
From the south:
Autobahn A3 Exit Frankfurt-Süd, direction „Stadtmitte“ (City Centre) up to the Hauptbahnhof (Main Train Station). Coming up to Hauptbahnhof (which is on your left) keep right and turn into Karlstraße. Continue in the direction of „Palmengarten“. After 300 metres turn right again into Mainzer Landstraße.
1) Parkhaus Westend
2) Parkhaus Moselstr
60329, Moselstr.41 - 43
3) Parkhaus Trianon
60329, Mainzer Landstr. 16
4) Parkhaus Hilton
60313, Kleine Hochstr. 4
5) Parkhaus Alte Oper
gegenüber Nr. 36
6) Parkhaus Börse
7) Parkhaus Junghofstr
60311, Junghofstr. 16
From the airport:
Take the S-Bahn (green subway lines) of Line 8 or Line 9 in the direction of „Hanau“.
From the main train station:
All lines in the direction of „City/Südbahnhof“ can be used. Exit at „Taunusanlage“. If you use the U-Bahn (blue underground lines), take Lines U6 or U7 and exit at „Alte Oper“.
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Contact Lloyd's Germany
Find information on how to contact Lloyd's Germany, where our office is located, how to get to us and the office facilities availble for your use.
Please note: The Lloyd's German office does not underwrite, quote or issue insurance policies. If you have a question about your Lloyd's policy, please contact your insurance broker.