Schedule

Sept 11-13, 2017

Location

Fairmont Southampton Resort, Bermuda

Attendees

Register Soon!

Keynote Speaker

Coming Soon!

New season — same great value! / September 11-13, 2017

In 2017, the Bermuda Captive Conference shifts to September—but you can count on this premier industry event to provide the same valuable educational and networking opportunities in a new season. Following a successful 12-year track record, the conference moves for one year only to the autumn due to the America’s Cup in May–June 2017.

The conference will still offer captive owners, risk managers and insurance professionals all the elements they have come to expect from our blue-chip jurisdiction’s event: top-tier speakers, a compelling agenda, exotic leisure activities, and unparalleled opportunities to interact with industry leaders, specialists and peers from all over the world.

Emerging trends and strategies are always the focus, providing attendees with advantages they can really use. Hot topics such as innovative new ways to use captives, taxation treatments, investment and claims trends, and the latest insurance products are just some of the areas the 2017 conference will highlight.

In addition to speaker sessions, panel discussions and technical training sessions, another hallmark highlight is “Bermuda shorts”—15-to-20-minute sessions that provide targeted, in-brief analyses of topical subjects affecting captive industry professionals, from case studies and specific lines of business to best practices and regulatory issues.

So, don’t miss Bermuda Captive Conference 2017—mark your calendars now for a fantastic fall event.

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Key Note Speaker / 2017

Joe Flower

Healthcare and Technology Futurist

With nearly 30 years experience, Joe Flower has emerged as the premier observer and thought leader on the deep forces changing healthcare in the United States and around the world. He has explored the future of healthcare with clients ranging from the World Health Organization, the Global Business Network, and the UK National Health Service, to an extraordinary variety of other players across healthcare – professional associations, pharmaceutical companies, device manufacturers, health plans, physician groups, and numerous hospitals. He has worked on change and the future with the US Department of Defense,Airbus, and ArianeSpace, and a number of governments in China.