ABIR pleased to announce appointment of Joshua Alvera as Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs Representative
Hamilton, Bermuda (January 11, 2018) – The Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers (ABIR) is pleased to announce the appointment of Bermudian Joshua Alvera as its Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs Representative. In this role, Joshua will be responsible for conducting research and analysis on various regulatory and public policy issues, while also providing general support to ABIR’s Executive Staff and Committees.
John Huff, ABIR’s newly appointed President and CEO said: “We are thrilled to have the skill set, experience and energy that Joshua has demonstrated in both his educational and professional experience. We are so pleased to have him join us as part of the ABIR team that is dedicated to representing the public policy interests of Bermuda’s international insurers and reinsurers and the customers we serve.”
Prior to joining ABIR, Joshua was a Senior Associate at Pricewaterhouse Coopers Bermuda (PwC). He served on the audit team for a variety of clients in the Banking, Asset Management, Energy and Telecommunications sectors. Joshua also was Lead Senior on numerous Personal Client Services accounts, including Bermuda Charities. Many of these clients reported under IFRS and US GAAP and some were subject to PCAOB standards. His work supported the jurisdiction’s commitment to transparency and financial stability.
Joshua is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a member of CPA Bermuda. He earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Accounting and Finance from Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Boston College.
About ABIR: ABIR represents the public-policy interests of Bermuda’s international property and casualty insurers and reinsurers that protect consumers around the world. With headquarters and operations in Bermuda and with operating subsidiaries in the United States and Europe, these carriers do business in more than 150 countries. ABIR members employ nearly 53,000 people around the globe, including more than 26,000 employees in the US, over 1,600 in Bermuda, more than 10,000 in Europe, and nearly 8,000 in Asia and Oceana. www.ABIR.bm.