Westland unveils private client services practice | Insurance Business Canada
Westland unveils private client services practice
The practice targets high-net-worth individuals
Westland Insurance has launched a private client services (PCS) practice to provide high-net-worth individuals with tailored coverage and risk management strategies.
The new practice offers solutions covering Canadian and cross-border risks such as high-value homeowners, secondary and seasonal homes, automobiles (including exotic and collections), fine art collections, jewelry, watercraft, and personal excess liability.
With this move, Westland will leverage its existing relationship with specialized insurance carriers that cater to private clients, enabling it to provide access to exclusive products and services that may not be widely available.
The practice is also staffed by expert private advisors collaborating closely with clients to address their complex personal insurance needs.
“At Westland, we believe in fostering long-term relationships with our clients based on trust,” said Cari Watson, SVP of marketing & client experience.
“We prioritize highly personalized service and draw on our deep expertise and broad market access to design optimal insurance solutions.”
“With Westland, clients work together with their expert personal advisor to create strategies that adapt and evolve over time,” added Robert Hawtin, national practice leader, private client services.
“The ultimate goal is to go above and beyond in meeting clients’ needs, providing exceptional service and delivering results that surpass expectations.”
Last week, Westland announced that it acquired David H. Coons Insurance Brokers. The acquisition is just one of several deals it has made in Ontario this year.
It also recently acquired Hubbard Insurance Group, BMT Insurance Brokers, MYCOR Insurance Solutions, and Murphy Insurance Services.
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