About the Author

Robert Quinn

Vice President and Product Leader, Insurance Collateral Services

Robert is the Vice President and Business Development Officer representing the Wilmington Trust Insurance/Reinsurance/ILS Trust product in New York.

Robert joined the Wilmington team in 2014. Over the past 15 years Robert has worked extensively defining acceptable insurance, reinsurance, and ILS collateral products. His international experience includes Kuala Lumpur, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Ireland, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Barbados, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, and others.

He has delivered educational sessions at multiple industry events, such as the Asia Captive Summit 2013 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), Captive Live 2013 (London), Les Rendezvous de Septembre 2012, 2011 and 2008 (Monte Carlo), Captive Live 2011 (London and Chicago), the European Captive Forum 2012 & 2010 (Luxembourg), IQPC Insurance Linked Securities Summit 2011 (New York, London) and 2010 (Hong Kong, Bermuda), European Insurance Forum 2010 and 2012 (Dublin, Ireland), Captive Insurance Companies of America (CICA) 2010 and 2006, the Latin American Captive Insurance Summit 2010 and 2009 (Mexico City, Sao Paulo), Florida RIMS 2009, the Self Insurance Institute of America (SIIA) 2009 and 2006, the Bermuda Captive Conference 2012 & 2008, the Insurance Managers Association of Cayman (IMAC) 2009 and 2007, and National RIMS 2006 (Honolulu, Hawaii).

Robert holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Columbia University (New York) and a bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Washington (Seattle).

By the Author

Reinsurance Trustees: The Good, the Bad, and Everything in Between

Robert Quinn |
Corporate & Institutional

Trustees are a vital component of reinsurance, and choosing the right one can be the difference between a smooth experience and a sticky one. The true cost of a trust is defined by more than the dollars, and the time you spend as a grantor or a beneficiary of a reinsurance trust must also be considered.  Some trustees understand the nature of the reinsurance trust business better than others.