David Waldorf has over 25 years of insurance industry experience and has worked extensively on the development, marketing and distribution of numerous specialty coverage products, including accounts receivable, political risk, and sabotage/terrorism insurance. During his career, he has been involved in structuring and placing these coverage lines on behalf of a wide range of Fortune 1000 companies, professional organizations and affinity groups. David started and led Marsh Canada’s Trade Credit and Political Risk practice in the early 1990s. In 2002, he moved to New York City to lead the Trade Credit Practice for the Americas for Marsh & McLennan with a group of 25 brokers reporting to him.
With successful leadership positions at Chubb, Marsh and Aon, David has been instrumental in helping enterprises find insurance solutions to address a myriad of complex international financial exposures. Through ReceivaSure, David intends to open the benefits of A/R Insurance for small-to-mid-sized businesses.
Joe has more than 20 years’ experience in all facets of Trade Credit Insurance, including risk and commercial underwriting, claims, sales and management. Joe has also insured financial institutions in traditional Asset Based Lending (ABL), Factoring and Receivables Purchase arrangements. Joe began his career at Dun & Bradstreet as a credit analyst and continued to hold various underwriting positions at Reservoir Capital and Euler Hermes North America. Most recently, Joe was with Coface North America in various leadership positions expanding the domestic market while spearheading the firm’s entry into the financial institution sales distribution channel.
Joe is ReceivaSure’s SVP of Business Development and is responsible for servicing new client programs, collaborating on strategic growth initiatives, as well as helping to cultivate and maintain new industry relationships.
Des Deswart is ReceivaSure’s Chief Strategic Advisor and works to implement best practices in underwriting, claims, financial analysis, credit risk management, reinsurance, global business strategy, distribution channels, logistics management and audit compliance.
Des has over 30 years’ experience in Accounts Receivable Insurance underwriting including 25 years at AIG where he served as Vice President, Deputy Global Profit Center Manager and Chief Underwriting Officer. His duties included building in excess of a $250 million operation spanning over 22 cities across all continents.
Kimberly’s insurance industry experience spans 15 years. She began her career in personal lines claim litigation for State Farm Insurance Company and then moved on to specialize in trade credit on the broker side. She has been successful as an account manager working for both small and international brokerage firms; most recently Lockton Companies.
Experienced in relationship management, business development, tailored program design, negotiation and servicing, Kimberly is well-equipped and thrilled to be working with ReceivaSure. She has developed a comprehensive understanding of the trade credit markets and is looking forward to introducing to brokers a technology-based, higher commission product with less administration.