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Contact :
Maxwell Roberts Building 6th Floor
1 Church Street
Hamilton
Bermuda
HM 11
http://www.bda.bm

 The Bermuda Business Development Agency (BDA) helps companies set up operations in Bermuda and supports existing Bermuda companies as they consolidate, grow and flourish. The BDA provides access to information and resources to assist companies with their jurisdictional decision making.  As a public-private partnership, the BDA can connect you with Bermuda industry professionals, key contacts in the Bermuda Government and regulatory officials at the Bermuda Monetary Authority.
 
To learn more about Bermuda’s success as a world class financial centre or to connect with a BDA representative, please visit our website

Ross Webber
Ross Webber
Chief Executive Officer
Ross Webber joined the BDA as CEO on August 4, 2014, having served as an Executive Committee Board Member since inception. Ross is a former Permanent Secretary in the Government of Bermuda, a role considered to be one of the most senior positions of accountability and responsibility in the public service.
Prior to joining the Government, Ross was the Head of Global Marketing and Business Development for international law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman. Ross’s prior experience includes excess liability underwriting, marketing and business development work for various companies in the UK and Bermuda, including ACE, Black & Decker, Starr Excess International (a division of AIG) and Avon Cosmetics.

Education
Ross majored in Marketing and is an honours graduate, with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Studies (1993) from Teesside University in England. He also holds an MBA in Insurance and Financial Risk Management from St. John’s University in New York (1999).
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Cheryl Packwood, chief executive, Business Bermuda

A well-regulated jurisdiction with global appeal

Thu, 31/05/2012 - 15:17

By Cheryl Packwood – The past few years have been a difficult period for the global alternative fund industry. In most jurisdictions – China is an exception – the number of new funds established has been in decline. Everywhere fund managers are facing new regulatory requirements as well as increased demands from clients for greater transparency over their investments. »

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