Jewellery and Fine Arts Insurance
Carrying on a legacy of excellence and innovation.
Our Vision and Commitment to You
In 2017, Greenwood General Insurance Agency, a local leader in jewellery and fine arts protection, joined forces with CapriCMW. We are proud to welcome 30 years of specialty experience and expertise to the CapriCMW team.
Together, we will continue their legacy of excellence and innovation in jewellery and fine arts insurance. CapriCMW clients now have access to a broader range of insurance companies and services than ever before. We're pleased to enhance our value to all of our clients, through expanded services as well as access to the same insurers and claims adjusters that have been long-term partners of Greenwood.
"Customer Service First" is the core value which drove Greenwood’s success, and this remains in our vision and commitment to you: We will offer industry-leading, custom risk solutions that are simple, effective and economical, so our clients can stay focused on growing their businesses, assured of restoration and continuance after a loss.
How do we fulfill our commitment?
We simplify complex risks and coverages into jargon-free, straightforward language, and provide you with a clear understanding of exposures and solutions.
Our industry-leading insurance solutions are designed to effectively address and respond to your specific areas of exposure. We help you understand your evolving risks and advise on security measures and practices based on ULC standards, reducing the potential for claims.
We provide solutions and coverages which make economical sense and add bottom-line value to your business.
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