Trust funds must be managed in according the terms of the fiduciary documents and applicable law and be invested in “authorized investments.” NYSID requires that all fiduciary assets be denominated in U.S. dollars, so that U.S. insurers have free access to funds that do not subject to exchange rate fluctuations or blocking risk.6 From an operational point of view, 114 Trust is structured to take back the prisoner`s legitimate assets by introducing them into the trust. The trust is held and set up by the agent (i.e. the bank) to ensure payment of its obligation to the institution/reinsurer before. Robert G. Quinn, vice president of the collateral division at Wells Fargo Bank, said, “The assets that enter the trust must be U.S. debt-based financial assets, which are “A” or highest rated. Quinns Collateral Trust Division has been at the forefront of using 114 Trust for six years. During this period, the division created more than 600 trusts, representing more than $60 billion. He points out that the use of 114 trusts has several essential benefits. Reinsurance commitments can be covered in a number of ways, including fiduciary contracts, letters of credit, deposit credits, fund agreements and retained commitments.

Reinsurers are not subject to direct regulation, but for a U.S. insurer to obtain a reinsurance credit, the receptive reinsurer must be licensed or accredited in the jurisdiction of the outgoing insurer, or the reinsurer must file security equivalent to 100% of the gross debt under current legislation. Will an income fund (the “Fund”) be considered an authorized investment to be used as collateral in a reinsurance fund (“Regulation 114 Trust”)? Since Settlement 114 trusts must include necessary provisions and allow unlimited withdrawals by the Cedent, they may be unattractive to reinsurers because they do not provide collateral to the reinsurer and allow the sellers to withdraw money at any time. If the solvency of reinsurance is not an issue, cements and reinsurers may negotiate other types of fiduciary contracts to secure reinsurance commitments with a fiduciary financial institution and to agree on terms for the allocation or release of funds.