Busy conference season ahead for Bermuda
The final four months of the year will be busy for Bermuda, with the island hosting 13 business-linked conferences, forums and events.
A further six conferences and events overseas will feature delegates of the Bermuda Business Development Agency and representatives of the island’s business community.
The events in Bermuda during September include the first international edition of the millennial-led Meeting of the Minds and the Bermuda International Life and Annuity Conference.
The island hosts five business events in October, including the sixth annual ILS Conference, the Bermuda Innovation Sprint — a collection of panels, seminars and exhibitions related to fintech, blockchain, artificial intelligence and social events, which is being organised by Bermudian-based Hub Culture.
The AM Best Insurance Market Briefing, XL Catlin Bermuda Insurance Marketplace Conference, and the Insurance ERM event are also scheduled for October.
Meanwhile, November opens with the PwC Insurance Summit presented by The Financial Times, followed by the IOD Bermuda Conference. Later in the month the island plays host to the S&P Bermuda Reinsurance Conference, the second Global Reinsurance Innovation and Insurtech event, and the EY Global (Re)Insurance Outlook.
In December, the International Cyber Risk Management Conference will be held at the Hamilton Princess.
Among the overseas events that will feature Bermuda involvement are Rims Canada, which takes place next month, and the Bermuda Executive Forum in London on November 27.
• Details of all the events can be found at http://bda.bm/events/
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