Falcon Fine Art featured in The New York Times

FFA NYTFalcon Fine Art has been featured in The New York Times, in an article discussing the growing appeal of art as collateral in a fickle market.

The article refers to Falcon Fine Art as one of two big self-financed lenders offering non-recourse loans secured by art. Since opening in January 2015, Falcon has arranged about $50 million in loans against high-value artworks, again at annual interest rates of about 7 to 9 percent.

Tim Hunter, Falcon Fine Art’s Vice President, explains how art financing can help prevent a fire sale if the market does take a dip – allowing individuals to monetise their art without selling.

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