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AIG backs exhibit featuring world’s rarest cars

AIG backs exhibit featuring world’s rarest cars

AIG backs exhibit featuring world’s rarest cars Global industry giant AIG is supporting the 2016 Concours of Elegance at Windsor Castle, an event that will bring together 60 of the rarest cars from around the world.
 
The prestigious motor exhibit will take place from September 2 to September 4 and will feature cars that have never been seen before in the UK.
 
AIG insures many of the 60 invited exhibitors, along with three of the previous five Concours of Elegance winners.
 
At this year’s event, AIG Europe and UK chief executive Anthony Baldwin will be one of the judges.
 
“The Concours showcases some of the finest and most prestigious cars in the world as well as the passion of those who collect them,” said Kate Wells, head of AIG’s UK private client group.


“We are proud to partner with this event and proud to offer classic car collectors a service that safeguards their prized possessions,” she added.
 
According to AIG, classic cars have soared in value, beating other luxury investments as well as more standard assets.
 
The company has become one of the world’s leading insurers of classic car collections, including 18 of the existing 39 Ferrari 250 GTOs, currently among the most valuable cars in the world.
 
 
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