The world’s only art-led insurer will be working in partnership with Winterthur Insurance (Asia) Limited to make available a comprehensive portfolio of customized art insurance products and services to meet the growing demands of the Chinese marketplace. Full press release.
Last month AXA Art Insurance Corporation announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Robert Pittinger, Director of Underwriting, to Vice President and Officer of the company. In addition, the Board appointed Colin Quinn, Director of Claims Management and Loss Control Services, to Vice President and Officer of the company. Full press release.
Judy Price, President of the National Jewelry Institute, interviews collector, designer, photographer, and world traveler Mary McFadden. Mary lives an interesting and colorful life, many aspects of which will be highlighted in the upcoming book Mary McFadden (Rizzoli) which will be published this month. She has served as President of the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Having received many awards for her achievements, Mary entered the Coty Hall of Fame in 1979. She has a passion for both art and gold artifacts which she has collected over the last 40 years. For the full interview.
Insurance Journal recently issued important advice for protecting your home during the upcoming hurricane season: "Officials with the National Hurricane Center had a message this week for residents living in hurricane-prone areas: Don’t tape your windows. Center officials are joining with a consumer advocate group at the National Hurricane Conference in Orlando, Fla. this week to encourage residents to skip taping their windows when a hurricane is heading their way. They believe it leads to a false sense of security and actually increases danger." Click here for the full article.
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This announcement is advisory in nature and is provided for informational purposes only. It is offered as a resource to be used by insurance advisors and insureds in maintaining an appropriate loss prevention program. No liability of whatsoever kind is assumed by AXA Art Insurance Corporation by reason of the information contained in this announcement.