Traditionally, in order to access the monetary value of their art pieces, collectors had to sell them, an unattractive prospect for those who love and would rather keep hold of the artworks. Art financing has become a new alternative to such ultimatums, allowing art collectors to diversify their investment portfolios by raising finance against their artworks.
Since its inception in 2014, Falcon Fine Art is at the forefront of this trend, leveraging both its art and finance expertise. Writing for Family Office Magazine, Tim Hunter, Vice President of Falcon Fine art explores this global rise in art financing in further detail.
Read the full article on page 37 of Family Office Magazine’s latest issue here