Guevara to Oversee Specialty Fine Arts and Collectibles Program
DALLAS, January 29, 2014 – MarketScout, the national electronic insurance exchange and specialty MGA headquartered in Dallas, Texas, today announced that Alice Guevara, CPCU, has joined MarketScout to lead the firm’s new national fine arts and collectibles underwriting facility in Itasca, Illinois. Ms. Guevara brings over 20 years of experience and technical expertise in underwriting a diverse range of risks for both commercial and personal fine art exposures. Prior to joining MarketScout, Ms. Guevara served as the Assistant Vice President, Fine Arts and Collectibles Program Manager at QBE North America. In her new role at MarketScout, Guevara will oversee a team of underwriters that will focus on insuring all types of fine arts and collectibles, and provide property coverage for museums, exhibitions, and galleries.
Jackie Bourret, Vice President, Program Development at MarketScout commented, “Alice and her team brings an additional dimension to MarketScout and broadens our product offerings. We are very excited for Alice to join MarketScout.”
For more information about MarketScout’s fine arts and collectibles program, please contact Alice Guevara at 630.250.5504 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MarketScout is an insurance distribution and underwriting company headquartered in Dallas, Texas with specialty expertise in many areas. The firm is a Lloyd’s Coverholder and MGA for U.S. insurers. MarketScout owns and operates the MarketScout Exchange as well as over 40 other online and traditional underwriting and distribution venues. MarketScout founded the Council for Insuring Private Clients (CIPC) and the Entrepreneurial Insurance Alliance (EIA). MarketScout has offices in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, New Jersey, Texas, and Washington, D.C. For more information, please visit us at marketscout.com; follow us on
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