Managing the Unique Risks of Yacht Ownership
Yachting may be enjoyable to the owner, but beware fractional ownership, which can carry plenty of risk in addition to a family.
Managing the Risks While Renovating the House
Exposure for high-net-worth clients renovating their homes comes before, during and after the actual work. Risk #1: the general contractor.
Soaring Fine Art Values Demand More Frequent Appraisals
From an insurance standpoint, sharply rising art values (and fine jewelry, for that matter) call for more appraisals. A little diversification wouldn’t hurt, either.
How Workers’ Compensation Can Protect Clients’ Whole ‘Family’
Make sure your high-net-worth clients have workers' comp coverage for themselves and their domestic employees.
Teenage Drivers: Risks Are Larger Than They Appear
You know the traditional hazards, but there is another largely unknown financial risk of particular import to high-net-worth families.
Liability Can Turn Off-Campus Living Into a High-Rent District
A four-year college degree is a costly investment, but the potential costs could grow exponentially once your child moves to off-campus housing.
Investing in Collectible Cars for Pleasure and Profit
Auction prices for rare automobiles have skyrocketed into the millions of dollars, but special cars need special treatment—and insurance coverage.
Luxury Car Insurance: High-End Tech Demands High-End Coverage
Your clients’ luxury automobiles contain very expensive technology, and standard automobile policies aren't the answer.
Clients Moving to the City, Pt. 2: Changing Addresses, Changing Risks
It’s not that living in a beautiful condo or co-op apartment is riskier than a fine home in the suburbs—the risks are merely different.
Clients Moving to the City? Communal Living Comes With Complex Risks
Going (back) to city living after the kids leave the house can greatly improve quality of life but brings different risks than the suburbs.