Our Managing Partners

Our Managing Partners

Bill
William G. Waldorf

Senior Managing Partner

William G. Waldorf is senior managing partner of Waldorf Risk Solutions.  After graduating from Loyola University in Baltimore Maryland with a degree in Business Management he joined the family firm where he was mentored by his father, Christopher V. Waldorf Sr.  Bill offers 30 years’ experience in the insurance industry and is well recognized within the groups’ areas of expertise and amongst his peers.  Within the Underwriting communities Bill’s knowledge and experience is regularly called upon as a resource for policy wording, coverage interpretation, and product development.  Industry publications often call upon him for expert commentary on market trends and evolving risk.  He is known for his uncompromised focus on fulfilling clients’ needs and delivering sustainable solutions with measurable results. Bill particularly excels in designing insurance and risk financing alternatives that offer creativity and innovation to clients who demand something other than traditional insurance products.

Stephen
Stephen M. Waldorf

Managing Partner

Stephen M. Waldorf is Managing Partner of Waldorf Risk Solutions.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.  Following graduation, Stephen worked as an intern for a Lloyd’s intermediary broker in London gaining experience in the broking of risks and client claims.  He joined the family firm a year later and has worked alongside his Father Christopher V. Waldorf Sr. and brother William G. Waldorf for over 20 years. Steve is a licensed property and casualty insurance broker in New York and maintains non-resident license status in over 28 states. Stephen excels in designing, structuring and implementing both traditional and alternative risk transfer vehicles on behalf of religious and non for profit entities throughout North America. In 1998 Stephen completed the two-year Pastoral Formation program through the Diocese of Rockville Centre and in 2011 received the Caritas Medal from Molloy College.