Laura Doyle

Vice President Art, Jewelry, & Valuable Collections Manager

 

As Collections Manager at Chubb, Laura underwrites large fine art, wine, and jewelry collections and consults on tangible asset management solutions. She advises private collectors on unique risks including museum loans, consignments, private museum programs, art as collateral, and international transit and storage. Laura has authored articles on fine art risk management, taught fine art and collections courses for insurance agents, brokers, and wealth advisors, and guest lectured at Sotheby’s Institute and New York University. She has commented on the art market and collections management for Art + Auction, Artnet, Bloomberg, the BBC, The Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Town and Country. Laura is actively engaged in a number of arts non-profits and is a member of Alliance for Response, ArtTable, and the Arts & Records Committee of the Inland MarineUnderwriter’s Association. She is USPAP certified by the Appraisers Association of America with training in fine art appraisal. Prior to joining Chubb Laura worked for a private collector.

 

Laura studied Art History and Fine Art Management at the University of Richmond and the University of Bristol in Florence, Italy. She has a certificate in Appraisal Studies of Fine and Decorative Arts from New York University and a Certified Advisor of Personal Insurance designation from the Wharton School of Business.