The rise and rise of Post-War and Contemporary art
The rise and rise of the post-war and contemporary art market over the past fifteen years - an assessment - by Anthony McNerney, Director of Contemporary Art at Gurr Johns.
Specialist insurance for high net worth individuals – providing protection for the things that matter most - family, lifestyle and property
With our Art & Private Client insurance team, you’re in the care of people with a passion for the finer things in life. They work closely with art galleries, private collectors, restorers, security experts and skilled craftsmen to keep up-to-date with market trends and provide you with the advice and protection that best suits your lifestyle.
Our Art & Private Client policy is designed to provide specialist insurance for high net worth individuals, from exceptional listed and contemporary properties to fine art, collections and jewellery, to cyber-crime. We work with you and your insurance broker to build a policy that suits your lifestyle.
1 If you're a customer and we've been unable to assist you with travel cover for a pre-existing medical condition please speak to your broker in the first instance. The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) also has a directory of specialist travel insurers on its Money Advice Service website. Access the directory
Alternatively, you can call the Money Advice Service’s Customer Contact Centre on 0800 138 7777 (Lines open Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm)
Our specialist claims team has an enviable reputation for delivering service excellence. We offer a discreet and personal service, giving you direct access to the claims handler managing your case. The team work closely with artisan repairers to ensure the professional and sympathetic restoration of your irreplaceable possessions.
With the continual threat of a cyber-incident coming in to your home, we provide cyber cover as standard to support you if the worst should happen. Cover provides for ‘home systems damage’ such as virus removal, ‘cyber-crime’ which includes fraud and finally ‘online liability’ such as unintentionally transmitting a computer virus.