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Deutschland Lebensversicherungs-Actiengesellschaft

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Deutschland Lebensversicherungs-Actiengesellschaft was a German insurance company.

History

The insurance company was founded in Berlin in 1883, initially as a mutual society. It developed “favourably” until 1900.[1] Then it was converted into a joint-stock company and merged with Wilhelma-Versicherung in Berlin in 1901.

The director in 1915 was Robert Mertins. The members of the Supervisory Board were J. Klewitz (Kleinlübars), owner of the manor and Chairman, Paul von der Nahmer (Berlin), Deputy Director, Carl von Thieme (Munich), General Director, J. Keuller, Privy Councillor of Public Health, Fr.

In 1915, the capital amounted to 7 million marks in 3,500 registered shares.

In 1917, the insurance company merged with Freia-Versicherung in Berlin.[2]

Literature

  • Handbuch der deutschen Aktiengesellschaften 1914-1915, p. 557.
  • Wilhelm Haeselich: Die Entstehung und Entwickelung der Deutschland Lebensversicherungs-Actien-Gesellschaft zu Berlin. Festschrift on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the company (1883-1908), Berlin 1908.

Individual references

  1. Paul Müller: Das Gegenseitigkeitsprinzip im Versicherungswesen besonders in der Lebensversicherung, Puttkammer & Mühlbrecht, 1905; in the original at University of California ( online at Google Books)
  2. Deutscher Verein für Versicherungs-Wissenschaft (ed.): Zeitschrift für die gesamte Versicherungs-Wissenschaft, vol. 22. E.S. Mittler and Son, 1922. University of California. (online at Google Books)