ACE Professional Risk Podcast #3: Kidnap and Extortion Risks with Jean McDermott-Lucey

ACE USA, the U.S.-based retail operating division of the ACE Group of Companies, is pleased to offer Episode #3 of the “Ace Professional Risk Podcast,” an occasional series of audio podcasts discussing selected risk management topics.

In this podcast, Jean McDermott-Lucey, Vice President, ACE Professional Risk, discusses the unpleasant but vital task of incorporating kidnapping and extortion considerations into your risk management contingency plans.

Jean McDermott-Lucey, is vice president of ACE USA’s Professional Risk division. Jean has more than 25 years of insurance industry experience, including more than 16 years dealing with kidnap and extortion risks. Jean also has substantial experience in specialty underwriting, including identity theft, credit card fraud, and fidelity products. We spoke with Jean in ACE’s Philadelphia offices.

Download the Podcast here. ( 38.3 mb stereo MP3 file, 27:14 duration).

Staffed by a team of innovative underwriters, ACE Professional Risk is the operating unit within ACE USA, which distributes management liability, professional liability and surety products through retail brokers throughout the U.S. and Canada. For more information about ACE Professional Risk and its range of products and services, please visit: The above is only a summary; please see actual policies for terms and conditions.
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ACE USA is the U.S.-based retail operating division of the ACE Group of Companies, headed by ACE Limited (NYSE: ACE), and is rated A+ (Superior) by A.M. Best Company and A+ (Strong) by Standard & Poor’s. ACE USA, through its underwriting companies, provides insurance products and services throughout the U.S. Additional information on ACE USA and its products and services can be found at The ACE Group of Companies provides insurance and reinsurance for a diverse group of clients around the world.

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