Incorporation and Licensing of Insurance Companies in Bermuda – February 2008

Synopsis: The Bermuda insurance industry has its origins in the late 1940s but rapid development only started to take place with the advent of the captive insurance company, the first truly Bermudian insurance product, developed by Fred Reiss the creator of the captive concept in the early 1960s. Bermuda is the world’s leading captive domicile.

Available: Insurance Company Incorporation Brochure

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