Albert Algerio
Katherine Billingham
Bert Blanton
Robert Boreck
Paul Buxbaum
Edward Gibney
Dennis D. Kee Jr.
Stephen J. Kidder
Matthew O. Kwong
Joseph Loggia
Marie L. Loggia-Kee
Wade A. Masinter
Louis A. Ontanon
Michael G. Westover

Wade A. Masinter

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At Buxbaum Loggia, Wade Masinter is a Senior Consultant for casualty and property inspections.  His responsibilities include general agency evaluations, underwriting compliance reviews and contract interpretation.


Trinity University, San Antonio, TX – Bachelor of Arts in History
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA – Graduate Work in International Relations

TQM Assessor DGQ  (Quality Management Assessor of the German Society for Quality Management)

1987 – 2011 Senior Vice President and Departmental ManagerHannover Reinsurance Company, Hannover, Germany

Managed a department writing a portfolio of U.S. and Bermuda Treaty business, across all lines of Liability business, including: Commercial Auto and Workers’ Compensation, Medical Malpractice, Hospital Protective Liability (HPL), Directors and Officers and all other lines of Professional Liability until the entire North American Division restructured.  Thereafter the focus was on all areas of U.S. Casualty Treaty business, including Transportation and Workers’ Compensation.

Responsibilities included acquisition and underwriting of new business, negotiating treaty wordings, on-site compliance audits as well as post-mortem audits of business in runoff (underwriting alone and in conjunction with claims and accounting), hiring, training and supervision of underwriting staff, monitoring of accounting timeliness and accuracy, monitoring of major claims and claim complexes (e.g. Asbestos, Pollution and Pharmaceutical Products), preparation of management reports and forecasts.

1974 – 1987 Senior UnderwriterMunich Reinsurance Company, Munich, Germany

Responsibilities in initial years focused on the underwriting of Casualty Treaty reinsurance of clients in Middle East, South Asia and Far East.  Responsibilities in the latter ten years focused on U.K. and Lloyds and London Market Casualty business, with heavy emphasis on U.S. Dollar Casualty Treaty reinsurance of Lloyds and U.S. clients placed by London brokers.  Business forms included Line Slips, Binding Authorities, as well as Treaties.  Origination sources included MGAs/Program Managers and Broker Facilities, as well as true portfolios underwritten by insurers.  Classes included all lines of liability, including Professional Liability, Medical Malpractice and Directors and Officers Liability, Railroads, Products Liability, Commercial Trucking, Umbrella and Excess Liability.  Clients included many major Lloyds Syndicates and Underwriting Managers with focus on the North American Casualty business.


Regular U.S. Army Captain
(Armored Cavalry), Germany and Vietnam           
1968 – 1974