Early-bird close for Bermuda Risk Summit
The early-bird registration price ends tomorrow for the Bermuda Business Development Agency’s second annual Bermuda Risk Summit at the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club from March 6-8.
Hotel guests have until midnight on Monday, February 6 to secure special hotel room rates starting at $359 (plus tax).
From February 7, hotel room rates will increase significantly, or be completely sold out, due to limited availability.
Meanwhile, while sponsorship opportunities are still available, some have already been taken.
Hyperexponential are on board as a diamond sponsor, SS&C is a gold sponsor, AM Best and Kirkland & Ellis are silver sponsors, Demotech is wi-fi sponsor, Aon is a supporting sponsor and The Insurer is the official media partner.
The Bermuda Risk Summit, which has the Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers and EY as headline sponsors, will kick off with a keynote conversation featuring David Burt, the Premier and finance minister.
It will be followed by a group CEO panel moderated by Sophie Roberts, head of The Insurer TV, that includes Peter Bell, CEO and managing director, Everest Re; Stephen Catlin, executive chairman, Convex (past chairman and deputy chairman, Abir); Christopher Schaper, CEO, AIG Re (Abir deputy chairman); and Megan Thomas, CEO, Hamilton Re.
The event also features an international panel of regulators, intermediaries speaking on the global capacity shortfall, a discussion on the evolution of partner capital and the findings on Florida’s disparate litigation levels.
A list of other discussions delves into the growing significance of specialty lines, the future of cyber reinsurance, how re/insurers can leverage innovation and technology, market perspectives from Florida’s C -Suite, global financing conditions and investors’ experiences of Bermuda.
There are also updates from the life sector, an exploration of Bermuda’s vibrant casualty lines of business and a discussion on the future of risk.
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