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Our updated product available from 12 September 2022, provides a variety of covers designed to help your clients protect what’s most important – their family, lifestyle and property.
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.
The insurance valuation of fine art by great artists, whether historical or contemporary, is not a simple assessment. It’s a process that’s sensitive to context, circumstance and history which covers the journey and the story behind each piece.
Unexpected events pose a perpetual threat to your clients’ fine art items or collections - from theft, fire and water damage to accidental mishap and damage in storage, transit or display. That’s why ensuring that your clients have all risks worldwide cover which can be tailored to their individual circumstances is central to providing protection and peace of mind.
It’s fantastic to see so many new artists’ work coming to the fore all over the globe, and how the role of buying and selling fine art is evolving to attract new audiences.
A webinar exploring what makes art ‘fine’ and the skills behind valuation and specialist protection in a changing market
Your high net worth clients need to know they’re in safe hands if they need to make a complex and major property claim.
Our high net worth claims specialist Fabrice Watson shares his views, and talks about how you can help your clients.
All connected devices in the home access the internet through a common point, the router. There is an assumption that they are always secure, but in reality this is not always the case.
Claims Director Jeremy Trott is joined by Fabrice Watson, Art and Private Client Claims Manager and Andy Henner, Property Technical Claims Manager to introduce our award-winning* specialist claims service.
David Parkinson explains how your high net worth clients can protect themselves by developing a multi-layered approach to security design.
In May 2018 Openreach, who are responsible for the management of the national telephone network, announced plans to close the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) by the end of 2025.