Updated January 2022 | Consolidated Acts
The Bermuda Insurance Act 1978 and Related Legislation for Commercial Insurers contains consolidated versions of:
- The Insurance Act 1978
- The Insurance Account Rules 2016
- The Insurance (Eligible Capital) Rules 2012
- The Insurance (Public Disclosure) Rules 2015
- The Insurance (Group Supervision) Rules 2011
- The fee schedule applicable to insurance entities as set out in the Bermuda Monetary Authority Act 1969, Fourth Schedule
- All amendments to date
The Bermuda Insurance Act 1978 and Related Legislation for Commercial Insurers Compendium also includes consolidated versions of the following Rules, excluding the Schedules:
- The Insurance (Prudential Standards) (Class 4 and Class 3B Solvency Requirement) Rules 2008
- The Insurance (Prudential Standards) (Class 3A Solvency Requirement) Rules 2011
- The Insurance (Prudential Standards) (Class C, Class D and Class E Solvency Requirement) Rules 2011
- The Insurance (Prudential Standards) (Insurance Group Solvency Requirement) Rules 2011
Consolidated versions of the above Insurance Rules, including the Schedules, as well as Excel spread sheets with the BSCR model for each class of insurer and Bermuda Groups can be found on the Bermuda Monetary Authority website.
The most recent legislative changes include:
- amendments made to the Insurance Act 1978 by the Insurance Amendment Act 2021, operative 23 December 2021
- amendments to the Fourth Schedule of the Bermuda Monetary Authority Act 1969 made by the Bermuda Monetary Authority Amendment (No. 2) Act 2021, operative 1 January 2022
Other recent legislative changes include:
- a consequential amendment to section 57A(5) of the Insurance Act 1978 made by the Betting Act 2021, operative 1 August 2021
- amendments to section 57(1)(a) of the Insurance Act 1978 made by Schedule 8 paragraph 3 to the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 2021, operative 1 June 2021
For a complete list of amendments that have been incorporated into the Insurance Act 1978 and related legislation, please refer to the Table of Statutes.
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