BII Vision: To be a world class center for education, training, and development of risk professionals.



The BII is on a progressive journey to become a world class learning and development institution. Currently we provide a variety of services to our clients and members. These include a testing center, key courses, pertinent seminars and relevant conferences. We, at the BII, understand that today's organizations require employees who are effectively trained and well equipped to handle the challenges of the 21st century. With this in mind we have developed a progressive strategy which includes strong emphasis on technical training, soft skills development, and consultative advice to our various clients and stakeholders. We believe that this focused approach will allow us to add greater value. Our commitment to achieving excellence is unwavering, and we encourage our clients and potential clients to join us on this journey.



The BII's activities are lead by the Governing Council and the CEO.  The Governing Council consists of senior staff from member companies. The Governing Council may appoint various sub-committees to ensure that the organization's objects are effectively achieved. The members of the BII Council and Education sub-committee follows: More...



The BII has an Advisory Board that consists of former Governing Council Chairmen.  Please note the names below.

Chris Fisher, CEO, Neon Underwriting

Rees Fletcher, Retired

Roger Gillett, Retired

John Wight, CEO, BF&M Group




Senior Financial and Executive Officer:
Carol Pitt

Telephone: 441-295-1596


Client Service Consultant

Malinda Jennings


Telephone: 441-295-1596



The roots of the Bermuda Insurance Institute (BII) go back to 1970 when the Bermuda Insurance Diploma Association (BIDA) was formed by 12 leading insurers. These leaders envisioned future growth in the Bermuda market, and recognized that there was a need for a well trained work force that would be ready to fill some of the needs presented by the expansion. Through the collaborative effort of the executives of these leading insurers, a movement began to ensure that people involved in the Bermuda insurance market, and those that were interested in pursuing careers in insurance had the opportunity to study insurance locally. More...