The three-day conference, organised by the Bermuda Captive Network, is the largest and longest-running industry event in Bermuda, attracting more than 800 delegates.

Partner Duncan Card who is a member of Appleby’s global Technology & Innovation practice will be speaking on the AI panel on 12 September, along with other industry experts. The panel entitled, ‘Powered by AI: Exploring the Future of Artificial Intelligence in Insurance’ is sure to be a main attraction at the conference.

Duncan has over 30 years of international experience providing legal services to a broad range of complex commercial transactions in Canada, Bermuda and across the Caribbean. His practice includes the following sectors: technology and innovation – including all IT contracts, fintech, insurtech, privacy and data protection, outsourcing transactions, telecommunications, infrastructure and project management, Casino and eGaming, and corporate governance as an ICD.D certified corporate director. Prior to joining Appleby in April 2022, Duncan was recognized as one of Canada’s leading commercial technology lawyers. He holds numerous recognitions, awards and legal rankings over the years, including Chambers Global for IT and Chambers Canada as an ‘Expert Based Abroad’ (Bermuda) for IT. His acclaimed 2021 book on technology law is published by Thomson Reuters in London, New York and Toronto.

Appleby Insurance Partner Matthew Carr, who is also a member of the Bermuda Captive Network, said: “Appleby has been a long-standing sponsor of the Bermuda Captive Conference. Captives are an important part of the wider re/insurance market in Bermuda with a continued increase in captives being formed on the island. We are also seeing an increase in activity from existing captive structures which are leveraging existing captives for a number of expanded uses, many of which will be discussed at this conference, along with other trends and developments.”

The Bermuda Captive Network is a membership-focused organisation providing education, business development and effective representation for the island’s captive and managed insurance industry.

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