PRMA Insurance Thought Leaders Podcast a One-on-One with Steve Poux A Discussion on Making Clients Homes More Resilient
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The PRMA Insurance Thought Leaders Insight Series with Spencer Houldin, alongside leading thought leaders in the industry, aims to examine the insurance terrain, identify solutions to navigating the bumpy roads and provide a roadmap that guides risk management professionals in the right direction.
The industry is no stranger to the destruction on homes from severe weather and water damage. In this episode, you will hear from Steve Poux, AIG Private Client Group’s Global Head of Risk Management Services & Loss Prevention, on how to prepare your clients and their homes to be more resilient and what’s up and coming in the latest risk management technology.
Spencer M. Houldin is the President of Ericson Insurance Services. He has 30 years of experience as a personal insurance advisor and leads Ericson’s high net worth personal insurance division.
Steve Poux is AIG's Private Client Group’s Global Head of Risk Management Services & Loss Prevention. Steve joined AIG in 2000 as one of the founding members of AIG Private Client Group and, a few years later, was the principal architect of AIG Private Client Group’s Department of Loss Prevention, which was the first practice of its kind within the high-net-worth personal lines industry. Today, he oversees a team of seasoned risk management specialists who help high net worth individuals and families maximize safety and proactively reduce the likelihood of suffering a loss.
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