Appleby Bermuda LATAM manager to speak on
captives in emerging markets at forum
The 26th World Captive Forum will be held in Boca Raton, Florida on 29–31 January
Appleby Bermuda LATAM Manager Eduardo Fox will be speaking at the World Captive Forum, one of the longest running international captive insurance conferences in the world. Mr Fox will join over 50 highly acclaimed executive representatives and industry experts in presenting to international attendees within the captive insurance industry. Mr Fox will serve as moderator for a panel titled, “Captives in Emerging Markets.” The panel session will provide an in-depth analysis of some of the key issues facing captives across the developing captive markets of Latin America and Asia. Following the panel, Mr Fox will participate in a roundtable discussion on a variety of technical subjects related to Captive investments and other captive issues related to emerging markets.
Mr Fox is the co-leader of Appleby’s Latin America team and works with major Latin American economies, such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Venezuela. He also serves as Official Advisor for Latin American Affairs to both the Government of Bermuda and the Bermuda Insurance Managers Association (BIMA). Appleby is pleased to be represented by Mr Fox at this prestigious international event where Mr Fox will also collaborate with the Bermuda Business Development Association (BDA) to promote Bermuda as the premier captive domicile.
Mr Fox said, “Representing Bermuda and working alongside the BDA at such a fantastic conference is a privilege, and I look forward to both moderating the Captives in Emerging Markets panel as well as participating in the round table discussions. The World Captive Forum’s longevity is a testament to the quality of its high-calibre, exclusive audience, educational content and superior industry expertise. Bermuda has enjoyed remarkable growth and success in captive interest, and I look forward to sharing industry knowledge with other key players in the captive industry at the World Captive Forum.”