Lavish, private aquariums have become a fashionable trend in recent years amongst the rich and famous. Many celebrity enthusiasts ranging from Chad Ochocinco to Lady Gaga, and even Steven Spielberg (appropriately the director of Jaws) have fueled interest in this unique decorative hobby. The trend has even spawned the reality TV show “Tanked,” which showcases a group that makes custom fish tanks for collectors that cost well into six figures. Continue reading
The excitement continued on day two of Enservio’s Property Innovation Summit. Rob Chase once again took the stage to get our second day started. Continue reading
Property Innovation Summit-Day One
An exciting first day at Enservio’s Property Innovation Summit, the property insurance industry’s premier thought leadership conference that brings together senior property executives from the nation’s top insurance carriers for three days of networking, learning and idea sharing. Continue reading
When I started as a Pricing Analyst at Enservio back in September, my colleagues kept telling me about “The Moment.” They told me The Moment is what makes working at Enservio more than just a typical job, that it offers an apple-falling-from-the-tree-and-striking-you-in-the-head sense of clarity and purpose. I thought this sounded corny and I was skeptical. It turns out, I was also wrong.
As Pricing Analysts, it is our job to inspect, review, and modify completed claims, calculate recoverable depreciation, and anything else we can do to help the carrier close the claim. Day in and day out we deal in the details of people’s lives as we help them recover after a loss. Continue reading
This week Enservio’s Dan Farrell will be exhibiting at the New England Museum Association’s 94th Annual Conference. The conference will be taking place November 7th through the 9th in Burlington, VT. Dan will be discussing the importance of learning how to accurately protect a collection in case of a loss.
Here’s a word you might hear a lot in the insurance business: “bundling.” It doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue but it’s, regardless, used often to describe when a customer of a particular insurance company decides to give said company their business concerning multiple insurance policies instead of just one. Generally speaking, it means that someone with a homeowners policy also purchases their automobile (or life, or both, or even more additional options) policy through their initial insurer and creates, along with said insurer, a type of “package” that encapsulates every policy into one large multi-policy. Continue reading
There is good news for insurance carriers. According to a joint survey from NY-based Chartis and Greenwich and Conn.-based The Chief Executive Group, 97.5 percent of respondents said they were confident with their homeowner’s coverage.
Two hundred CEOs were given the survey which asked about their risk concerns for their current personal and family auto, homeowner, household workers, non-profit boards and for-profit boards insurance coverage. Continue reading