As of January 2016, ACE has acquired Chubb, creating a global insurance leader now operating under the renowned Chubb name.
Chubb is the world’s largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer. With operations in 54 countries, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients.
Chubb has a DFSA Category IV license enabling the company to offer reinsurance products to the market, including a full range of property, casualty and accident and health coverage. The company is called Chubb Underwriting (DIFC) Limited and underwrites on behalf of ACE American Insurance Company.
ACE American Insurance Company is currently rated A+ by both S&P and A.M. Best.
What if all the precision and expertise we associate with finely crafted things were applied to insurance? After all, insurance isn’t generic. It’s personal. It’s about the people and things that matter to you. Your family and loved ones. Your home and your business. Your employees and shareholders.
At Chubb, when we write a policy, we write it for you. We believe insurance is more than underwriting, it’s a craft.
Chubb is one of the world’s truly global providers of commercial property and casualty insurance.
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