Edward Lewand, GIA GG, will discuss the aspects of determining market and value needs in matrimonial appraisals, estates and other types of appraisal reports.
Lewand is a professional, independent appraiser of fine and antique jewelry who works with attorneys on estates, trusts, insurance matters and copyright issues, as well as appraisal theories and concepts. He works on behalf of international accounting firms, including KPMG; CBIZ MHM, LLC; and PwC, along with banks for inventory review and appraisals for the sale of companies.
Lewand is a certified member of the Appraisers Association of America and a senior accredited member in gems and jewelry from the American Society of Appraisers. He has a certificate in paralegal studies from Adelphi University and held an insurance brokerage license in property and casualty in New York. He is the director of the Antique Jewelry and Art Conference, Inc. (“Jewelry Camp”), now in its 39th year.
All are welcome to attend; whether you're a GIA graduate, student, industry associate, hobbyist or guest. Please share this invitation with any others you feel would be interested.