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Tax Information Reporting

U.S. tax law may require banks, brokers, producers, agents and/or clients to obtain withholding certificates (IRS Forms W-8 or W-9) prior to making a payment to or opening a financial account for Chubb companies. In addition, over 90 jurisdictions have committed to adopt the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) requiring financial institutions resident in participating jurisdictions to obtain self-certifications for their financial account holders.

Requests for these certificates or related inquiries should be sent to TaxInformationReporting@chubb.com.

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