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A recently released white paper from Ace Private Risk Services reminds financial advisors that many investors are increasingly turning to their passion for fine art, wine and other collectibles in an effort to rebalance their investment portfolios. Sound risky? Well, it is not uncommon that well managed collections outperform more conventional investments.

This strategy is not without risks, as many collectors and their financial advisors often do not take the extra steps to intelligently manage the hidden risks that can threaten the value of their collections. To learn more about the “Eleven Steps for Protecting Passionate Investments”,  click here to access the white paper on Ace’s website.

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Almost forever, consumers who have wanted “the very best” in personal insurance protection have placed their coverage with Chubb. While Chubb has remained the leading insurer of fine homes and valuable articles, they have also seen a marked decrease in the number of automobiles they insure over the past decade. Mass marketers, offering variations of the “save x %  in y minutes” (those savings are funded by coverage that is often very deficient after a large loss, by the way), have caused Chubb to research and introduce a new approach to pricing their program that rewards those families who have the best risk characteristics.

The result? Chubb is recapturing many of the automobile accounts they lost to the “better deal” carriers in the past decade.  This isn’t just a price play; in many cases Chubb not only competes well on cost, but provides vastly improved protection. If you or your clients have not seen an automobile coverage offer from  Chubb in the past 6 months, we can help you evaluate the many reasons to also regard Chubb as “the very best” in automobile insurance.

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