BDA in Toronto for business development
The next stop for the Bermuda Business Development Agency is Toronto, building on earlier promotional work accomplished in September, David Hart, the agency CEO has said.
He said it was an opportunity to promote Bermuda’s business development opportunities with important strategic partners in Canada.
Mr Hart is leading the delegation, accompanied by Michael Frith, chairman – senior consul, Carey Olsen; Helen Souza, business development manager, BDA; and Andrew Vaucrosson of the Bermuda Captive Network. It is representing Bermuda during a series of business meetings focusing on a wide range of sectors including, risk and insurance, climate risk solutions, asset management, technology, and, high-net-worth services.
Mr Hart said: “We will be in Toronto May 15-17, to promote the benefits of investing in and doing business with Bermuda, including our safety, stability, and high-quality regulatory environment.
“We are excited to have a full schedule across three days of meetings, including visits with executives from asset management companies, legal and advisory services firms, prospective new Bermuda technology businesses and potential captive owners.
“Of course, we will also take the opportunity to highlight Bermuda’s Economic Investment Residential Certificate initiative and invite them to attend our second annual Bermuda Climate Summit, taking place at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club, from June 26-27.”
He said Canada and Bermuda shared a close business relationship, particularly in the areas of re/insurance and asset management, and the BDA looked forward to strengthening ties in key markets.
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