The Premier was invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The Premier travelled to Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloane School of Business for a discussion with the Digital Currency Initiative at MIT.
Premier was in Brussels to engage with Member States for political engagement on Bermuda’s assessment to the Code of Conduct Group.
Airfare, accommodation and incidentals were paid for by HSBC.
The Premier spent 24 hours in New York participating in a series of business meetings on foreign investment and banking, with a view to attracting further interest in Bermuda as being a first-class jurisdication to do business. The Premier was al
The Premier travelled to Europe for a series of European Union Engagements.
The Premier traveled to Miami to open the first Inaugural Bermuda Executive Forum hosted in Miami by the Bermuda Business Development Agency.
Premier Burt spent 24 hours in participating in the annual Concordia Summit. Premier shared with attendees how Bermuda is leading the world in Fintech Regulation.
Premier, the Hon. David Burt, JP, MP concluded a busy trip to Washington, DC where he conducted "fruitful" meetings with key Congressional representatives to discuss significant matters on behalf of Bermuda.
Attended the Thirty-ninth Annual Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government. It was the first Heads of Government meeting since Premier David Burt assumed office. The Premier presented on Bermuda's FinTech ambitions and further discussed how Distrib