, one of 13 representatives on the regulator group and director of insurance for the Bermuda Monetary Authority
, says that the process was a 'good learning opportunity for everyone' to get a handle on what other jurisdictions were doing.
She adds that she has had close contact previously with other regulators through her work with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors.
'I thought it was beneficial because we not only discussed the issues, but from a relationship building point of view, it's always nice to know who's who in other jurisdictions,' she
says the system worked well to get people talking, while not interfering with everyone's busy full-time jobs.