About Transamerica Life (Bermuda) Ltd.
At Transamerica Life (Bermuda) Ltd. (TLB), our purpose is to help our High Net Worth (HNW) customers achieve a lifetime of financial security and the peace of mind that comes with knowing their wealth is protected for generations to come.
The Transamerica companies have well over 100 years of history and with our singular focus on serving HNW customers, TLB is recognised today as a leading HNW life insurance provider with extensive expertise in all aspects of HNW wealth protection, including handling large sums assured and complex cases supporting legacy and business planning.
TLB is incorporated in Hamilton, Bermuda, a stable and globally respected financial hub with a strong record in compliance and transparency. It is also subject to the European Union’s Solvency II regulatory regime and has a “qualified jurisdiction” status from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)#.
TLB is committed to keeping our promises to our customers. Our business places a strong emphasis on corporate governance and maintaining a strong, solid financial foundation. In addition to being licensed in and subject to the solvency requirements of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, our full-service branches in Hong Kong and Singapore are also licensed by and subject to the solvency requirements of the Hong Kong Insurance Authority and the Monetary Authority of Singapore, respectively.
We are part of the Aegon Group - a leading international financial services group providing life insurance, pensions and asset management based in The Hague, Netherlands with a presence in over 20 countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Aegon N.V. is listed on the Amsterdam and New York stock exchanges. Aegon companies employ 22,300 employees and have 29.9 million customers across the globe.
Proud of our past, we think for tomorrow. We are constantly pioneering new and innovative ways to safeguard our customers’ wealth, helping to assure their legacies well into the future.
#The NAIC is the standard-setting and regulatory support organisation in the United States of America (U.S.) created and governed by the chief insurance regulators from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories.