As a follow-up to our Women in Hamilton feature in the summer issue and complementing the theme of diversity in this issue, Kathleen Faries, head of Bermuda Branch, Tokio Millennium Re, offers Bermuda:Re+ILS her perspective on the journey of women in re/insurance—and Bermuda’s ability to remain central to global risk transfer.
Diversity is a big issue in Bermuda at the moment. Brian Duperreault did much to highlight the issue when at Hamilton but Jonathan Reiss, the company’s CFO, has picked up that mantle and is looking to make a difference—both in his own firm and industry-wide. Bermuda:Re+ILS reports.
A good diversity policy is a journey, not a destination, but when done right it means the best talent rises to the top—and that means everyone wins, says David Gibbons, Partner, PwC Bermuda.
Diversity has been identified as a key issue for Bermuda, as the re/insurance industry does its best to move on from the stereotypes of the past and embrace a more inclusive future. Bermuda:Re+ILS explores the latest developments.
Jeremy Cox, CEO of the Bermuda Monetary Authority, explains three major issues for Bermuda, as laid out in the authority’s 2018 Business Plan.
Bermuda:Re+ILS sat down with Charles Cooper, chief executive, Reinsurance at XL Catlin, to discuss where the company stands as it prepares for integration with AXA.
In our annual look at the highest-profile female executives on the Island Bermuda:Re+ILS finds out in detail how much has changed—and what still needs to be done to promote equality and diversity.
Bermuda is embracing blockchain in a big way as the government encourages companies to relocate to the Island. Bermuda:Re+ILS takes a look at recent events.
Taking on the vision and legacy of an industry legend in the form of Brian Duperreault might seem daunting to some, but after 25 years with Munich Re Pina Albo has what it takes to fulfil the original vision of Hamilton Insurance Group and lead the way in writing the future of risk, as she tells Bermuda:Re+ILS.
Bermuda’s government is making a determined push to attract companies involved in the new and developing area of cryptocurrencies—and there are many reasons the risk transfer industry should watch this space carefully. Bermuda:Re+ILS reports.