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Regulations Steering Bermuda Captives Ahead Of The Competition
Regulatory changes scheduled to be tabled before the Bermuda House of Assembly place Bermuda on a steady yet progressive footing to steer the captive market forward for years to come, says Matthew Carr, senior associate, corporate, of Appleby's Bermuda office.
Bermuda
21 Jan 2019
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Bermuda Innovative Insurer (Pink) Sandbox
Bermuda has continually welcomed innovative (re)insurers and intermediaries to our pink sandy shores, and the opportunity for insurtech start-ups to use Bermuda as a base for innovation...
Bermuda
7 Aug 2018
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Bermuda Ideal Locale For Insurtech Captives
There is no denying that technological developments are continually changing the way we live.
Bermuda
9 Feb 2018
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Bermuda Set To Continue As Captive's Choice
While few would dare slight Bermuda's beautiful beaches or personable populace, some competing jurisdictions have called into question whether Bermuda's world-leading position as captive domicile of...
Bermuda
17 Aug 2016
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Bermuda's Solvency II Equivalence Advantage
This article will attempt to address the background and basics of Solvency II equivalence: how it came about, how it relates to Bermuda, and why it is good for Bermuda in the overall context of insurance regulation.
Bermuda
10 Feb 2016
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Bermuda's Solvency II Equivalence Advantage
A study of Bermudian English might come across the question "who are your people?"
Bermuda
16 Dec 2015
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Suits On Our Shores: Consolidations
In the popular television series Suits, Harvey Specter plays the role of a well-honed corporate attorney who, from time to time, carries out mergers and acquisitions (M&A) with aplomb.
Bermuda
6 Feb 2015
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Lloyd’s And Bermuda: Symbiotic (Re)Insurance Markets
Coffee houses were an important part of commercial London in the 1700s, and Lloyd’s Coffee House was known as a place to talk about shipping.
Bermuda
21 Jan 2015
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Lloyd’s And Bermuda:Symbiotic (Re)Insurance Markets
Coffee houses were an important part of commercial London in the 1700s, and Lloyd’s Coffee House was known as a place to talk about shipping.
Bermuda
2 Jan 2015
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The Many Uses Of Bermudian Trusts
As a British Overseas Territory, the similarities between Bermuda and Great Britain include embracing cricket as a national sport, driving on the left hand side of the road, displaying an image of the Queen on currency and referring to the surrounding seabed as the Queen’s Bottom.
Bermuda
11 Jun 2012
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Maritime ‘EEZ’ Creates Opportunities
An impressive 140,000 square miles of Atlantic Ocean and sea-floor was ceded to Bermuda by proclamation of His Excellency the Governor of Bermuda on June 6, 1996.
Bermuda
28 Dec 2011
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