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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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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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