Eric Gordon is the president of Denver Agency, an independent insurance firm specializing in protecting the personal and commercial interests of successful individuals and families. Eric has spent more than a quarter century focused on this distinct class of client, and is a graduate of the inaugural Wharton CAPI class and numerous sessions of the Chubb Advanced Producer School. He currently sits on the Chubb Personal Insurance Executive Roundtable. Taking cues from other industries that cater to people of means, Eric has helped shape the 86-year-old firm into a uniquely high-touch, service-focused coverage provider. This transformational approach has elevated Denver Agency to a leadership position in the high net worth arena.
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Is technology depreciating or revitalizing the quality of service in insurance for high net worth clients?
“While technology can undoubtedly help streamline processes, at best it can become only a trustworthy tool, not a trusted friend.”
What role should your insurance agent play in helping you weather life’s literal storms?
Chappaqua, New York, lies a scant 35 miles from Times Square, the Crossroads of the World. Yet the town was, and is, a quintessential American small town. Founded by Quakers, it provided an idyllic landscape for my childhood. But, because the town’s kid-friendly entertainment consisted of browsing the toys at the Penny Auntie five-and-dime store, […]
What can haute cuisine teach us about insurance consolidation?
On a recent trip I took to Rome, a simply prepared tagliatelle Bolognese spurred an unexpected rumination on raw materials and on the masters of craft who turn those materials into a sum greater than their parts. While it is difficult to have a disappointing dining experience in the Eternal City, one restaurant stood out […]
How does specialized travel insurance help you reconnect to what’s important?
Your family trip to Europe was finally set. After all the planning, research and schedule juggling—done between shuttling kids to activities and tutors, homework and the general busyness of modern digital life—you considered it a miracle that such a plan had come together at all. This vacation was intended to be, as much as possible, technology-free. Yes, pictures would be posted and the occasional status […]
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