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Stephen Weinstein, chairman of the Bermuda Business Development Agency, is to moderate a session on insurance and capital risk at the Island Finance Forum, which kicks off today (Monday).

Mr Weinstein will chair “Risky Business: Exploring Insurance and Capital Risk” on Thursday at 1pm.

Walter Roban, Bermuda’s deputy premier and home affairs minister, will also participate in the one-hour session as the keynote speaker with a pre-recorded address, organisers said.

The IFF brings together senior financiers, development partners and regulators to share and exchange expertise on sustainable and inclusive financial structures in island communities.

The weeklong event has the theme Investment for Sustainable Development, and aims to highlight the unique financial challenges faced by global island communities and the solutions for sustainable economic recovery and inclusive growth in a post-pandemic world.

The free virtual event will be accessible to attendees from across the globe in a variety of interactive sessions, including networking opportunities to meet and exchange ideas face to face or in small groups.

Content tracks at the event include climate finance, risk and insurance, renewable energy finance, blue economy, blockchain and crypto currency, and start-up ecosystems.


Stephen Weinstein, chairman of the BDA (File photograph)
Walter Roban, the deputy premier and home affairs minister (File photograph by Akil Simmons)

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Published April 25, 2022 at 7:59 am (Updated April 25, 2022 at 7:41 am)

Island Finance Forum begins today

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