Presented in conjunction with the Museum’s Professional Advisory Committee and AIG Private Client Group.
Course I, Preserving Art Assets
10:30–11:30 am (course will begin promptly)
Reviews the physical and financial exposures that can detrimentally affect an art collection’s aesthetic and asset values, addresses the importance of regularly updated appraisals and insuring art via a distinct private collections policy, and covers risk management and loss prevention.
Instructor: Barbara Chamberlain, Director Art Collection Management, AIG Private Client Group
This course is approved for one CE, CPA, CPE, CLE or CFP credit.
Course II, Social Media—The New Liability Frontier
12:30–1:30 pm (course will begin promptly)
Reveals how online personal data can expose families to threats ranging from identity theft to kidnap and extortion. Course participants will learn solutions to protect personal information and promote safety. Topics discussed include web alerts, family rules for Internet use, and insurance products that offer web education, web services, crisis management and virtual world protection.
Instructor: Susan Perry, Senior Business Development Manager, AIG Private Client Group
This course is approved for one CE, CPA, CPE, or CLE credit.
RSVP to 561.392.2500, ext. 212 or [email protected]. Participants may take one or both courses. Lunch will be provided.
This special event is courtesy of AIG Private Client Group.