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Bermuda Report- Captive Review 2015
June 11, 2015
"Doing the Simple Things Well" Q&A with CEO Peter Horton
Bermuda Commercial Bank CEO, Peter Horton, outlines BCB's plans to launch a captive banking platform.
Captive Review (CR): What should a captive owner look for in a banking partner and what makes BCB stand out in this regard?
Peter Horton (PH): To us the most essential feature of a good banking partner is the business relationship between the banker and its clientele. It’s about having a detailed understanding of each other’s needs and using that knowledge to work together effectively to look after the captive. We are investing signiﬁcantly in building a strong relationship-focused offering, which demands the right people with the right training to create the right product.
Strong relationships and exemplary service are our top priority. Next is an emphasis on ease of transaction. Relatively basic issues, such as opening a bank account in a timely manner, are often overlooked.
It is important to emphasise BCB’s commitment to the captive sector. We have found that certain business sectors are not receiving the committed relationship they require from banks globally. We at BCB, on the other hand, are determined to develop and introduce a strong proposition to the captive space in Bermuda.
Bermuda Finance Banking Roundtable 2014
November 18, 2014
The Bermuda Finance Banking and Funds Roundtable discussion focused on the fallout from 2008, FATCA and the necessity of new technology for the sector.
Helping Island's youth score a bright future- Royal Gazette
September 17, 2014
Bermuda Commercial Bank Limited is proud to be a supporter of the women's and girl's rugby programmes on the island. Please find below a great article from the Royal Gazette on the Beyond Rugby programme.
BCB Awards Scholarship- Royal Gazette
July 29, 2014
Bermuda Commercial Bank has awarded a GOLD level scholarship to Dominic Tessitore, a 2014 graduate of the Berkeley Institute. He was presented his scholarship on Tuesday, July 22nd by Scholarship Committe members Angelque Dowling and Stephen Outerbridge.
One of the requirements of the scholarship is that the student takes a pledge to 'Pay It Forward' within the community by identifying a general or specific plan to volunteer at a local charity or to serve as an academic tutor.
KPMG Insights- Banking in Bermuda Magazine 2014
July 24, 2014
The CEO Roundtable- Discussions with the CEO's of Bermuda's Banks
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