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KPMG has hired Jereme Ramsay as senior manager, markets, focusing on business development and marketing in Bermuda. He will take up his post in February and will support its growth strategy, spending around 60 percent of his time working with Bermuda’s insurance industry, including its captives.
Ramsay joins from the Bermuda Business Development Agency (BDA) where he was business development manager for the risk sector. He was at the BDA for more than five years and chaired its captives working group, as well as a number of other working groups covering cyber, healthcare liability and insurtech, among others.
Ramsay noted similarities between his new role and his previous one, and will work with many of the same clients, including a number of captives.
Until he takes up his new position in February, Ramsay will be working with a number of local Bermudian charities, including the Walter S Saul Youth Exchange Bursary, of which he is president of the board and executive director. The bursary seeks to help students in Bermuda finance participation in exchange programmes.
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