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BDA holds RIMS captive webinar

David Hart, CEO of the Bermuda Business Development Agency (Photograph supplied)

Registration is open for an upcoming captive webinar organised by the Bermuda Business Development Agency in partnership with RIMS, the risk-management society.

The free webinar Bermuda Captives – Turning Ideas into Reality kicks off tomorrow. It will be moderated by Leslie Robinson, senior vice-president head of underwriting and claims at Willis Towers Watson, with a panel of industry leaders such as Mark Allitt, Gavin Woods. John Turner and Oceana Yates.

The webinar will showcase how new and existing Bermuda captives are writing new lines of cover such as cryptocurrency and climate-related risk.

It will also discuss Bermuda’s 35-year history with RIMS which includes the BDA’s diamond sponsorship of RIMS Live 2021 and the RIMS/BDA virtual webinar series last year.

“Although we stayed connected virtually during the pandemic, the BDA is greatly looking forward to attending RIMS 2022 in person from April 11 to 13, 2022, to both reconnect with old friends and meet prospective Bermuda market entrants face to face in San Francisco, California,” said David Hart, chief executive officer of the BDA.

For complimentary RIMS captive webinar registration, click here and make use of the discount code on the registration page at checkout. The webinar takes place tomorrow at 1pm.

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Published November 18, 2021 at 7:52 am (Updated November 18, 2021 at 7:52 am)

BDA holds RIMS captive webinar

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