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Bermuda: World's Climate Risk Capital

 

For decades, Bermuda's unique re/insurance market has played a lead role in protecting the world against the devastating impact of catastrophic events. Time and again, the market has delivered to consumers whose lives have been upended. Follow how Bermuda is now becoming the World's Climate Risk Capital.

Supporting Consumers in Times of Catastrophe

When disaster strikes, the public face of recovery is often insurance companies. Backing up these companies are reinsurers.

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Bermuda is committed to keeping its residents safe. Follow the Bermuda Government for information and updates.

Diversity and Inclusion

We believe promoting and supporting inclusiveness and embracing diversity is a business imperative, good for our industry and helps to make better businesses and better places to work. ABIR strongly supports and encourages diversity and inclusion at all levels of the insurance industry.

About ABIR

With headquarters and operations in Bermuda and with operating subsidiaries in the United States and Europe, ABIR members protect consumers in more than 150 countries around the world.

Supporting Consumers in Times of Catastrophe

The Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers (ABIR) represents the public policy interests of international insurers and reinsurers that protect consumers around the world.

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Global Risk Center

Bermuda is the world’s risk capital. But there’s more to Bermuda than just insurance.

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Affordable Protection

Free cross border trade, and a robust regulatory framework are necessary to keep markets competitive.

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ABIR hosts International Association of Insurance Supervisors Secretary-General for Bermuda SeaSide Chat

Axis Capital CEO & ABIR Chair Albert Benchimol to moderate; Climate, ComFrame, Pandemic & Reinsurance to be discussed

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ABIR members lead Bermuda economy

ABIR members make $830 million in direct economic investments in Bermuda

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Quick FAQ

Bermuda’s reinsurers paid $22 billion to rebuild the US Gulf and Florida coasts from the horrific hurricanes seasons of 2004 and 2005