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Topic - Robert Korzinek
“Criminals who are successful in their usual endeavors are often undone by a foray into art theft,” said Robert Korzinek, a fine art underwriter at insurer Hiscox.
"We want our offices to be an interesting and stimulating environment," said Robert Korzinek, a fine art underwriter at Hiscox, which is both an art insurer and a collector, with a trove of contemporary works by Gavin Turk, Grayson Perry and others. "It's aimed at stimulating our staff, and stimulating our guests."