Entry fees cut for 2020 captive conference
Bermuda’s largest annual insurance conference has reduced its fee for attendees as it prepares to go virtual this year.
Registration is now open for the three-day Bermuda Captive Conference, which will charge a flat rate of $100 for digital entry and admit captive owners for free.
The event is traditionally held in June at the Fairmont Southampton and attracts in the region of 800 delegates, including many flying in from overseas. Organisers opted for a virtual format this year because of uncertainty related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The conference, which is scheduled for September 9 to 11, “will examine trends in the global captive market and bring together industry professionals for an online learning and connectivity experience”, organisers said.
Many features of the conference will remain, although in a digital format, include sessions with experts, sponsor webinars and one-to-one live networking opportunities with other attendees.
Interaction with sponsors will be possible in the virtual exhibit hall.
Confirmed sponsors to-date for the 2020 virtual event include: HSBC, PwC Bermuda, Bermuda Business Development Agency, SunTrust Bank, Texas Capital Bank, Butterfield, Davies, Beecher Carlson, Appleby, Conyers, Liberty Mutual, Maxis Global Benefits Network, R&Q, Allianz, AM Best, Artex, Arthur Morris, BNY Mellon, Comerica Bank, CT Insurance, Deloitte, Kennedys, KPMG in Bermuda, Ocorian and Clarien Bank.
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