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Bermuda delegation heads for Arizona conference

A delegation of 20 regulators, captive managers, brokers, lawyers and accountants will be flying the flag for Bermuda at the Captive Insurance Companies Association 2011 International Conference held in Tucson, Arizona this week.

Shelby Weldon, director of Insurance, Licensing and Authorisations and Leslie Robinson of the Bermuda Monetary Authority will be meeting with existing and prospective clients to discuss any issues they may have about their captives at the event which runs from today to Wednesday.

They will be supported by a team of representatives from Butterfield Bank, HSBC Bank Bermuda Ltd., Independent Management Ltd. Marsh Captive Solutions, R&Q Quest Management Services Ltd., Appleby Management (Bermuda) Ltd., Conyers Dill & Pearman, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Liberty Mutual Management (Bermuda) Ltd., as well as Tom McMahon, president of Bermuda Insurance Management Association.

Vermont and other major captive domiciles will also be in attendance at the conference, but Bermuda is expected to have the biggest presence.

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Published March 14, 2011 at 10:00 am (Updated March 14, 2011 at 9:59 am)

Bermuda delegation heads for Arizona conference

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