​​REGULATOR TO REGULATOR REQUESTS

Bermuda Monetary Authority (Authority) may assist a foreign regulator in accordance with provisions allowing for disclosure of information under Bermuda laws.  Such laws impose a duty on the Authority to only disclose information it received in confidence to another foreign regulator where, amongst other things; such regulator is also required under its domestic laws to maintain the confidentiality of the information in a manner similarly imposed upon the Authority under Bermuda law.  Where a foreign regulator has entered into any Multi-lateral or bi-lateral Memorandum of Understanding with the Authority and wishes to make a request under such information sharing arrangement, please ensure this information is set out in the request for assistance.   Upon receipt of a request for assistance, the Authority shall verify if all relevant criteria relating to disclosure of information under Bermuda laws are met (or where there is a MOU/MMOU in place, criteria arising thereunder) and then respond to the request in due course.​

Where the foreign regulator has entered into a Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with the Authority or is a signatory to a Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding (MMoU)​ to which the Authority is also a signatory, the request should be made to the Legal Department via mou@bma.bm.

In other cases the requests may be sent to the head of the relevant supervisory department:

Insurance-related: reg-to-reg_insurance@bma.bm