“A family office is less intrusive and more hands-off than private equity firms, while it’s also highly effective.”
300 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60654
As the chief sales officer for HUB International Personal Insurance, Robb Lanham is responsible for the personal insurance sales initiatives across North America.
Robb is also the director of HUB’s Family Office Practice, where he and his team develop creative solutions for complex risks. Whether the client is a professional athlete, affluent individual or family office, his/her risk-management needs demand a tailored plan, and Robb’s years of experience help in creating one.
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