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Hiscox celebrates 10 years in Bermuda

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Milestone marked: guests mingle at the event celebrating Hiscox’s ten years in Bermuda. The event was held at Masterworks. (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

Hiscox marked its first ten years in Bermuda with a celebration event held at Masterworks in the Botanical Gardens.

A number of the global specialist insurer’s senior executives, including Bronek Masojada, group CEO, Robert Childs, chairman, and Jeremy Pinchin, CEO of Hiscox Re and Hiscox Bermuda, were at the gathering. Special guests included George Fergusson, the Governor, and Michael Dunkley, the Premier.

Hiscox Bermuda employs 50 people on the island, 60 per cent of its staff are Bermudian. The company is also involved with a number of community projects and Bermudian charities.

This week, Mr Pinchin told The Royal Gazette: “It’s been ten successful years for Hiscox Bermuda and Hiscox. We are committed to and great fans of Bermuda.”

The Big Chill, featuring singer Kassie Caines, provided music at the celebration event, and there was also a performance by violinist Taylor Rankin.

Success story: Jeremy Pinchin, centre, CEO of Hiscox Bermuda, shares a moment with Government Minister Grant Gibbons (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)
Committed to Bermuda: Jeremy Pinchin, CEO of Hiscox Bermuda and Hiscox Re, welcomes guests to the celebration of Hiscox’s first ten years in Bermuda (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)