American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (the Institutes)

Proven Knowledge. Powerful Results. The Institutes are the leader in delivering proven knowledge solutions that drive powerful business results for the risk management and property-casualty insurance industry. Institute knowledge solutions include the CPCU designation program; associate designation programs in areas such as claims, risk management, underwriting, and reinsurance; introductory and foundation programs; online courses; research; custom solutions; assessment tools, and continuing education (CE) courses for licensed insurance professionals and adjusters through its division.


The Bermuda Chapter of the CPCU Society

The Bermuda Chapter of the CPCU Society is a community of credentialed property and casualty insurance professionals who promote excellence through ethical behavior and continuing education. The CPCU Society is committed to providing resources, educational programs and leadership opportunities that attract talent and enable individuals to expand their technical insurance skills and business capabilities in order to improve the overall performance of the insurance industry while adhering to the highest ethical standards. The Bermuda Chapter of the CPCU Society's members hold the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation, which is conferred by The Institutes and requires passing rigorous undergraduate and graduate level exams, meeting an experience requirement, and agreeing to be bound by a strict code of professional ethics.


Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers (ABIR)

ABIR's mission is to represent the public policy interests of Bermuda's Class 4 insurers and reinsurers around the world, giving special priority to regulatory action in Bermuda, Europe, US, and international regulatory forums; and to promote Bermuda's Class 4 reinsurers as the best in the business in ceding insurer forums.


Bermuda Foundation For Insurance Studies (BFIS)

In 1996, Bermuda's insurance industry leaders established BFIS to assist Bermudian students with the education and training necessary for a career in the insurance industry.


Bermuda Insurance Market

Information available here is maintained under the auspices of The Insurance Advisory Committee, a statutory body functioning under Bermuda's 1978 Insurance Act.


Bermuda Under 40s Re/insurance Group

The group's aim is to promote and foster interest and knowledge in all areas of insurance and reinsurance by providing a forum between members for topical comment, educational and networking opportunities. Bermuda Under 40s Re/insurance Group is a non-profit organisation which consists of registered members in the insurance, reinsurance and interrelated industries.  Only the Committee members need to be under 40 years old.


Chartered Insurance Institute (CII)

The CII, based in UK, but with worldwide membership, is the premier professional organisation for those working in the insurance and financial services industry. It is dedicated to promoting higher standards of competence and integrity through the provision of relevant qualifications for employees at all levels and across all sectors.  Its broad portfolio of education and qualification services is continually expanding to meet the changing requirements of companies and individuals across the financial services community.


Insurance Institute of Canada

With its network of 21 provincial Institutes and local Chapters, is the educational arm of the property and casualty insurance industry, representing 36,000 individuals across Canada. Over 20,000 of those members are students and more than 15,000 are graduates who have earned the Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation or Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) designation. We have been educating the industry since 1899.


Reinsurance Association of America (RAA)

Headquartered in Washington, D. C., the RAA is a national trade association established in 1968 to proactively influence and guide federal and state lawmakers, and international bodies, as they formulate and consider legislation that regulates the business environment in which the property and casualty reinsurance industry operates. The RAA is committed to promoting a regulatory environment that ensures the industry remains competitive and financially robust, unhindered by conflicting state and federal regulation. The RAA's public policy priorities include:  federal and state financial role for natural disaster and terrorism catastrophe risk; regulatory reform efforts at the federal and state level; international trade, accounting and tax policy; accounting and financial reporting; solvency oversight and reinsurance recoverables; increased risk environment; and climate change and environmental risk.