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Focus on expertise

In January 2012, Milliman strengthened its growing presence in Europe by opening an office in Belgium.

With more than 2,600 employees, Milliman is one of the world’s largest actuarial consultancy firms for insurance and reinsurance companies. The firm is well known for its expertise, professionalism and independence.

The office in Brussels currently consists of a team of three consultants working closely with the Amsterdam office, and is directed by Laurens Roodbol and Kurt Lambrechts.

Our experienced consultants stay up to date on the Benelux and European markets, as well as on regulations and the constantly changing needs of our customers. Our Benelux team provides actuarial and financial expertise and top level technical skills in the insurance business.

Contact details

MC Square
Leonardo Da Vincilaan 19
1831 Diegem

Laurens Roodbol
Tel : +31 20 7601 802

Kurt Lambrechts
Tel : +32 499 221636

Tim Vandenabeele
Tel : +32 474 666438


Next steps



October 2014 update on IASB insurance accounting project

The IASB continues its deliberations; final standard likely to be issued in late 2015.

Update on IASB insurance accounting project

Final standard could be issued in 2015.

Verwachtingen van de NBB over de Forward Looking Assessment of Own Risks (FLAOR) over 2014-2015 vóór Solvency II invoering

Deze market update geeft een overzicht van de verwachte maatregelen met betrekking tot de integratie van risicobeoordeling in het business plan van (her)verzekeraars en hoe die maatregelen bijdragen aan de Solvency II implementatie.

Attentes de la BNB relatives au Forward Looking Assessment of Own Risks (FLAOR) avant l’entrée en vigueur de Solvabilité II (années 2014-2015)

Cette lettre d’information donne un aperçu des mesures attendues des (ré)assureurs quant à l’intégration de l’évaluation des risques dans leur activité et de leur contribution à l’implémentation de Solvabilité II.

IFRS Insurance Contracts Summary 2013 Exposure Draft

Major characteristics of the proposed IFRS accounting standards for insurance contracts.

Preliminary QIS results on IORPs

This paper summarises the first aggregated QIS IORP results with a specific focus on differences among EU countries and describes the next steps of the IORP directive review.

Feedback on the QIS for IORPs

Feedback about the quantitative impact study performed in fourth quarter 2012 regarding the directive on the Institutions for Occupational Retirement Provision with a focus on the Belgian market.

Practical aspects of the Gender Directive for mortality insurance

How unisex tariffs with affect life insurance premiums in the European Union.

A new risk-based prudential regime for pension funds

Important facts for the future IORP quantitative impact study and key considerations for the Belgian market.