For the third year running, BermudaRe+ILS present Women in Hamilton, a feature profiling some of the most successful and influential Bermuda-based female executives working in or servicing the risk transfer sector.
For the third year running, this publication profiles some of the most successful female executives working in risk transfer in Hamilton. BermudaRe+ILS has selected a handful of profiles of the entrants from 2016 and 2017 which are presented below.
Despite the immediate challenges and tough trading conditions, there could be no better time for re/insurers to innovate and drive forward the next big change in the industry, which may be a technology or disrupter that now does not exist, argues EY’s David L. Brown.
Blockchain is the newest technological buzzword, a new way of recording transactional information that is said to reduce paperwork and minimise fraud. Bermuda:Re+ILS talks to Wei Keat Ng and Bing Lin from KPMG in Bermuda about what the technology has to offer.
Reinsurance industry veteran Peta White from Markel Global Reinsurance gives Bermuda:Re+ILS some insights into the industry based on her experience as a successful participant—and passes on some tips for entrants.
Kathleen Faries is the head of Bermuda for Tokio Millennium Re and also one of the most vocal voices for the re/insurance industry on the Island. She talks with Bermuda:Re+ILS about recent developments in the market and what still needs to be done to promote diversity.
Five years on from joining Wilton Re Bermuda, CEO Sylvia Oliveira talks with Bermuda:Re+ILS about what she’s achieved—and what still needs to be done.
With the new EU rules on the way, organisations need to consider their attitudes towards privacy—and quickly, to minimise the risks to balance sheet and reputation, as Chris Eaton of KPMG in Bermuda explains.
As the re/insurance industry braces itself for a period of rapid change and diversification, Bermuda:Re+ILS asked a number of senior executives within the industry for their views on how the sector will cope with what is ahead, how it must adapt and the risks of failing to do so. What follows is a snapshot of responses
In July 2016, staff at Freisenbruch-Meyer Group found out what it’s like to be next to a disaster, when the building next to theirs went up in a fire that threatened to spread.