Brian Duperreault

    • Home
    • Brian Duperreault


    1 to 10 of 10 results

    Sort By:


    Filter By:




    George’s Bay Ltd.: Chapter 15 Petition (Bermuda)

    Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in Bermuda by Keiran Hutchison and Chris Maiato, both of Ernst & Young Ltd., as the Foreign Representatives of George's Bay Limited, at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

    2004 Bermuda Insurance Market Compensation Review: Montpelier Re boss tops contemporaries with $15.3 m package

    Stock option profits of $9.8 million helped make Anthony Taylor the best compensated officer of a Bermuda-based, publicly-listed insurer in 2004.The Chairman, President and CEO of property and casualty reinsurer Montpelier Re received a total package worth $15.3 million during the 12-month period, propelling him into top spot in InsideBermuda's compensation review, compared with 31st position a year earlier.

    Class action law firms circle Spitzer’s ‘kill’

    Class action law firms in the United States are targeting at least two Bermuda insurers and their officers as a result of Eliot Spitzer's investigation into alleged bid-rigging at broker Marsh & McLennan.At least three separate class actions alleging securities fraud have already been filed against ACE Ltd. and two against AXIS Capital Holdings Ltd. at federal courts in New York and Pennsylvania.

    2003 Compensation Review for Bermuda Insurance Executives

    Massive profits from exercising stock options made ACE Ltd. officers Donald Kramer and Brian Duperreault the best compensated officers among Bermuda-based, publicly-traded insurers in 2003.Kramer and Duperreault topped InsideBermuda's Seventh Annual Compensation Review for Insurance Executives with packages of $27.5 million and $26.8 million, respectively, for the 12-month period.

    James Stanard tops Executive Compensation Review for fifth straight year

    RenaissanceRe Chairman and CEO James Stanard has topped InsideBermuda's annual insurance executive compensation review for the fifth straight year with a package valued at $24.4 million for fiscal 2001. Stanard's compensation was almost three times the value of the runner-up - his colleague at RenaissanceRe, David Eklund, who earned $8.6 million.

    World Insurance Forum announces speakers

    The '2002 World Insurance Forum', which is being held in Bermuda on February 19-22, has announced the participation as speakers of several influential industry businessmen.