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Appraising in the World of High-Net-Worth Individuals Webinar Series
Looking for new skills and tools to expand your appraisal practice?
Do you have interest in exploring the exclusive world of high-net-worth individuals and their collections?
High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWIs) are considered to be those whose financial investments are in excess of 1 million dollars. In 2016 there were over 4 million of these individuals in the US alone. Their collections of antiques, fine and decorative art, and collectibles may comprise a significant part of their assets. Procuring, investing, protecting, and maintaining their collections requires a team of highly trained of professionals who work exclusively with this group to help meet their specialized needs.
Originally presented as a special two-day ISA seminar, Appraising in the World of High-Net-Worth Individuals: Developing Skills, Relationships and Assignments, took place at UBS Financial Services, Legacy - Plano, TX on July 13-14, 2018. Through this new webinar series, you now have the opportunity to meet the lawyers, investment advisors, curatorial staff, insurance brokers, conservators, handlers and storage professionals who specialize in Private Client Services. Discover how they facilitate their high-net-worth client’s needs and how ISA appraisers can connect with HNWI clients and their team of advisors. Learn what this group of professionals look for when hiring appraisers. Become invaluable to this specialized group through increased appraisal knowledge and skills to increase assignment productivity in this lucrative area. Learn more about ISA's Private Client Services program.
This is a self-paced 10-part webinar series exclusive to ISA members only.
A payment plan is available for this course for ISA members. Click here to learn more about ISA's payment plan policy.