The Advantages of Family Blanket Property Insurance

Do your clients own multiple properties and ever-changing assets across the country? Blanket property insurance is a traditional commercial program more and more often being adopted for families. It provides a broad solution for risk management challenges commonly faced by ultra-high-net-worth families. Families and family offices often deal with family members who use different insurance… Read more »

Why Cyber Insurance is Increasingly Important

The cyber security industry often talks about the “ever-evolving vulnerability” of computer networks and systems. The number of tracked data breaches in the United States hit a near record in 2015 at 781, according to the Identify Theft Resource Center (ITRC), a national nonprofit that provides consumer education and victim support for identity theft. The… Read more »

Have You Outgrown Your Insurance?

The Fourmile Canyon wildfire outside of Boulder in 2010 burned 6,181 acres and destroyed 169 homes. It resulted in $217 million in insurance claims, making it the third-costliest wildfire in Colorado history.   It also highlighted the importance of reviewing your insurance coverage on a regular basis. Nearly   two-thirds of the homeowners affected by… Read more »

CCIG COO Chosen to Participate in Leadership Denver Class of 2016

Scott Kennedy, CCIG’s president and COO, has been chosen to participate in the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation’s Leadership Denver Class of 2016. Kennedy (at far left in photo below) was one of 65 people chosen for the class out of nearly 200 applicants. Leadership Denver is an 11-month program aimed at helping participants “gain an… Read more »

CCIG Delivers Gifts to Homeless Family in Aurora

Hoping to spread some holiday cheer, CCIG staff on Dec. 17 delivered about $750 worth of Christmas gifts and gift cards to a family in Aurora that is experiencing homelessness. The family, which includes an 8-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl, is living in a camper without electricity after dealing with some medical issues. They… Read more »

CCIG Hosts International Security Seminar for Baird Staff

Controlling access was one of the key lessons learned in the recent Paris terrorist attacks, according to a former CIA agent and counter-terrorism expert. “The terrorist wasn’t able to get into the French soccer stadium, but there was no security at the concert hall,” said former CIA agent Wesley Odom, now with the Ackerman Group,… Read more »

CEO Brook Mahoney Presents Key for Habitat for Humanity Home

CEO Brook Mahoney helped build a Habitat Denver home in the Sable Ridge townhome development near Denver International Airport, and was honored to present the key to that home on Dec. 8 to Jemila Adam and Mukhtar-Tahir Jimjimo and their children. The family was living in a tiny, rented house with mold and insect problems,… Read more »