Broker Expo 2023: Influencers warned about what they post on social media

Social media

Social media influencers are putting themselves at risk by posting about high value possessions when they are out of the house.

That was the warning from experts at the Unlocking the Potential Opportunities of a High-net-worth Customer Base panel at Broker Expo last week. 

However, these risks do not just affect influencers and celebrities like footballers – but also other high-net-worth individuals, they added.

Footballers and influencers

Stuart Bromley, head of personal lines underwriting at GrovesJohnWestrup Private Clients, said: “There has always been an issue around footballers. They’re young and have a lot of

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