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RRGs, Retiring Captive Sponsors Drive Runoff Business

14 September, 2017

Numerous industry, regulatory and government representatives were interviewed by AM Best TV’s Meg Green during the 13th annual Bermuda Captive Conference at the Fairmont Southampton in September 2017.

Experts addressed topics ranging from the new PLP government, to the strength of Bermuda’s captive market and the island’s global contribution via insurance claims payments after disasters like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

Jeff Kenneson, Senior Vice Pesident, R&Q Quest Bermuda, was one of those interviewed. He said that risk-retention groups looking to unload business, and retiring captive sponsors are active sources of runoff coverage.

Click here to see Jeff’s interview.

RRGs, Retiring Captive Sponsors Drive Runoff Business

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