Bermuda’s Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers (ABIR) has moved to stress that the island will continue to benefit from Solvency II equivalence despite the UK’s exit from the EU but noted that some of its members will review their corporate structures in light of the move.
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EU Referendum, Brexit, Solvency II, ABIR, Insurance, Reinsurance, UK, Europe, Bermuda, Bermuda Monetary Authority, Bradley Kading