Wilmington Trust, a leading provider of institutional trustee, agency, and administrative services through its Corporate Client Services (CCS) business, has added Mathew Robinson, CPA, as assistant vice president and director of client services for the company’s Captive Management Services office in Vermont.
Robinson and his team are responsible for the design, implementation, formation, and ongoing management services required by captive insurance companies within the Vermont jurisdiction. Robinson reports to Kirk Mooneyham, managing director of the company’s Captive Management Services business.
“Vermont is an important jurisdiction for the origination and maintenance of captive insurance services,” said Richard F. Klumpp
, CEO, and division manager of Wilmington Trust SP Services. “Having Mathew located in Vermont reinforces our commitment to this business and to this region as we continue to grow and diversify our product offerings.”
Prior to joining Wilmington Trust, Robinson served as senior manager for Johnson Lambert & Co., LLP. In this role he managed and reviewed audits of commercial insurance entities, nonprofit organizations and alternative risk transfer vehicles including risk retention groups, reciprocals, association, pure, and group captives, in the domiciles of Vermont, New York, Washington, D.C., and Hawaii. Robinson is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a bachelor’s degree from Siena College.
Wilmington Trust provides captive management services through offices in Delaware, Nevada, South Carolina, Vermont, and the Cayman Islands as well as being an approved captive manager in the District of Columbia, which are among the most popular locations for captive insurance company operations. Wilmington Trust Captive Management Services is part of Wilmington Trust’s CCS business.