Falcon Fine Art interviews the dealers at Masterpiece, as featured on Private Art Investor

This year’s Masterpiece, arguably the biggest date in the UK art lover’s diary, coincided with another key date – Britain’s historic “Leave” vote in the EU referendum. In the most recent edition of Private Art Investor, Tim Hunter, Vice President of Falcon Fine Art, takes the temperature at the fair – exploring the trends across the …

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Falcon Fine Art discusses navigating art investment for Yacht Investor

Prestigious and cherished – with historical as well as aesthetic worth – fine art can have extraordinary value as an asset. What’s more, it has the enviable ability to become more valuable as time passes – something yacht investors, who often see their assets decrease in value over time, will appreciate. Writing for Yacht Investor, Clémence …

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The race is on; SFS CEO explains the fight for pole position in ‘Industry 4.0’ for Industry Week

In a recent article for Industry Week, Siemen Financial Services CEO Roland Chalons-Browne explores how digital technologies are transforming the global manufacturing industry, highlighting how the U.S. and Germany are fighting for pole position as leader of the new digital manufacturing era or ‘Industry 4.0’. Yet realizing the full potential of digitalization will rely on …

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Natixis’ Nordine Naam writes for FX-MM on the Federal Reserve’s scope for dampening the dollar’s volatility

In his weekly blog for FX-MM, Nordine Naam, Natixis’ senior forex analyst, discusses the currency market’s latest movements – with the news dominated by the Federal Reserve’s conflict on whether to hike the Fed Funds rate, or wait for further economic indicators before making a move. For Naam, a rate hike seems unlikely in the short-term as it …

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Digitalisation and the risk of ‘social engineering’ – Commerzbank warns of the new cybercrime in FX-MM

In an article for specialist magazine, FX-MM, Commerzbank’s cybercrime specialists in cash services find that in the digital age, it is often the human – rather than the computer – that is targeted by criminals in payment fraud. Digitalisation has greatly benefitted the corporate transaction environment. In addition to improving efficiency, digital systems have added …

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Santander explores Chile’s red hot retail sector as featured in Retail Week

With steady economic growth, rising incomes and an expanding middle class, Chile presents a range of vibrant and exciting retail investment opportunities. In a recent article for Retail Week, Santander’s Latin America Desk Head, Mauricio Munguia, explores the opportunities the country presents to UK retailers. With many Chileans working their way up the social and …

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CWEIC’s Oliver Everett discusses opportunities for UK SMEs across the Commonwealth in Business Zone magazine

Business Zone magazine has featured an expert piece by CWEIC CEO Oliver Everett where he wrote about the many business opportunities open to UK SMEs across Commonwealth markets, and how the CommonwealthFirst initiative was encouraging and enabling them to do so. With UK SMEs playing an important role as dynamic and influential drivers of the economy, Everett explains why it is crucial they get the support …

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Private Art Investor interviews Falcon Fine Art at this year’s Masterpiece

While Masterpiece is primarily centred on dealers, it attracts a wide variety of fascinating and important players. Certainly, art financiers play a crucial role – pumping liquidity into the art market, and facilitating purchases across the industry. In the most recent edition of Private Art Investor, Tim Hunter, Vice President of art financier Falcon Fine …

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World Finance names Commerzbank ‘Best Commercial Bank in Germany’

Recognising the years spent assisting German companies engage in international trade, leading magazine, World Finance, names Commerzbank ‘Best Commercial Bank, Germany’ in  yet another award for 2016. The magazine notes Commerzbank’s comprehensive range of products and services to over 100,000 German clients, its role as the country’s leading financer of SMEs, as well as its …

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Natixis’ Patrick Artus analyses Brexit’s domestic and global effects for Institutional Investor

Immediately after British voters endorsed an exit from the EU on 23rd June, investors cleared $2.1 trillion from the S&P Global Broad Market Index (BMI) in just 24 hours. Now that the dust has mostly settled for post-Brexit volatility, Patrick Artus, chief economist for Natixis, has analysed the hysterical market reaction for Institutional Investor’s Unconventional Wisdom …

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