The Review, The Bermuda Legal Guide – 2005

Synopsis: Bermuda’s history as an offshore domicile has been marked by innovation. Whether this has been as home to the world’s first-ever captive insurance company or in its present guise as a multi-dimensional market accounting for more than one-third of the gross reinsurance premiums written across the globe, one thing has remained constant. As the Bermudian insurance market has continued to grow and develop so, in turn, has the island’s legal system.

Authors: Neil Horner, Rod S. Attride-Stirling, Jan W. Woloniecki and Kehinde George

Article: The Review Publication

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