Premier Dunkley Welcomes Lloyd’s Chairman

December 5, 2014

Earlier today [Dec 5], the Premier and Minister of National Security, Michael Dunkley welcomed the Chairman of Lloyd’s of London, John Nelson to the Cabinet Office.

Mr. Nelson was the opening keynote speaker at yesterday’s Bermuda Monetary Authority’s [BM] inaugural seminar, titled, Understanding the New Normal in Insurance & Reinsurance. The BMA seminar, which was held at the Fairmont Southampton, focused on current developments in the insurance and reinsurance sector.

Premier-Lloyd's Chairman

Premier Dunkley said, “I was very pleased to welcome Chairman Nelson to the Cabinet Office. Mr. Nelson and I had a good discussion, during which, he took the opportunity to extend his congratulations to Bermuda for being chosen to host the America’s Cup in 2017.”

The Premier added, “Mr. Nelson’s participation in yesterday’s BMA seminar was very timely, and I want to commend the BMA for organizing such an important forum aimed at having a robust discussion about the drivers of change in the financial services industry.”

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  1. SMH says:

    Now imagine this same picture with either Bean or Burt shaking the Chairman of Lloyd’s of London hand. Not in the same league

    • SMH says:

      ..definitely not Zane either.

      • Coffee says:

        That’s exactly why Cannonier was removed …. He wasn’t good enough for you people !

  2. watching you says:

    SMH….that is racist. And that is why OBA will be a one hit wonder.