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The best insurance programs are built on strong relationships with people that know you, care about you, and are committed to the protection of your treasures. We can customize our coverages to meet the specific needs of:
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2022 Power Brokers: Fine Arts, Risk & Insurance, February 2022.
On January 2, 2024, HTB bid a very fond farewell to Claims Director Rosemary McRann who is retiring after over 45 years as a claims professional. Rosie began her career in 1978 with Liberty Mutual before ultimately finding her way to Aon/HTB in 1999.
This past November, Rosie celebrated her 38th work Anniversary at Aon/HTB. The extraordinary level of care and commitment she brought to the table each day to the benefit of HTB’s clients, insurers, and loss adjusters is truly remarkable and will forever be her legacy. Rosie has been a wonderful colleague and a great friend to all of the HTB family. Rosie’s compassion and her strong faith guide everything she does. You can’t help but smile and laugh when Rosie is in the room.
Through Rosie’s tireless work, HTB has positioned itself as a leader in fine arts claims management. Rosie took calls at all hours of the day and night and spent weekends during hurricanes, wildfires and other disaster event sitting by the phone to help anyone who might reach out to report a claim or seek guidance.
Please join us in wishing Rosie the best as she retires!
“Casey gets the gold star,” Washington and University of St. Louis’ director of risk management and insurance Lynn Haigler said of Casey Wigglesworth’s customer service. “When I email her with a question. I don’t think I ever have to follow up.”
A private collector who owns a number of rare books and historical documents that he regularly loans to art institutions so others can appreciate them client also praised Wigglesworth’s gold star service.
Another client said:“There’s nothing better than having someone who makes your life easier, because they understand their industry and they understand the other parties involved,”
“The director of Lapis Lazuli: Medieval & Renaissance Treasures Ltd., she needed coverage for a group of works from a private collection that were being loaned to the Getty Museum.
The art was in transit but insurance coverage was elusive due to the high value of the works. She tried a number of carriers, but no go. Then she decided to reach out to Adrienne Reid.
“I was getting to a state of desperation,” Hoffman said. “Once we were put in touch [with Reid], it was within 24 hours that I had the coverage placed.”
“I feel fortunate to have been working with Isabelle this past year; she is always very quick to respond to my requests and knows what questions to ask to enable her to provide the appropriate guidance for the situation,” the client said.
Another client complimented de St. Antoine’s knowledge of the sector. This year, de St. Antoine helped this client place coverage for one of the largest shows they’ve ever done.
“She has such a good lay of the land in understanding what’s important and what’s possible,” the client said.
“She’s been totally open to thinking through all the options for how to make sure that we have the coverage that we need from the start of our loan agreement period through shipping through exhibition.”