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Chubb launches new policy for Ultra High Net Worth clients

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Not all house and contents policies are the same, just as not all clients are the same, even high net worth clients. To ensure your most important clients are given quality coverage and high levels of service, Chubb is pleased to announce the release of the Masterpiece Signature policy with effect from the 1st February 2013.

Masterpiece Signature provides Chubb’s broadest level of coverage and service to individuals with significant assets to protect. A dedicated team of Chubb underwriters has been established to handle your Masterpiece Signature client’s insurance requirements and prioritised claims and appraisal services are in place, providing the peace of mind critical to your on-going client relationship.
To be eligible for a Masterpiece Signature policy, your client’s base premium must be at least $10,000. Chubb will identify your clients who are eligible for a Masterpiece Signature policy and we will automatically offer your clients the Masterpiece Signature policy on inception or renewal.

To obtain a copy of the Masterpiece Signature marketing documents detailing the policy benefits, please follow the links below:

Masterpiece Signature PDS & Policy Wording, click here
Masterpiece Signature Marketing Brochure, click here
Masterpiece Signature Fact Sheet, click here

We look forward to meeting with you soon and discussing the Masterpiece Signature policy in greater detail.

 
 


 

Last changed: Dec 07 2012 at 4:36 PM

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