Category: Speciality Financing

Forbes discusses Falcon Fine Art offering

Dr. Tim Hunter, the head of Falcon Group’s new art division, Falcon Fine Art, which has just launched in London, says the company will allow clients in England, Wales and potentially other countries, on a case-by-case basis, to keep possession of their art. Forbes reports Please click here to read the full article online.

Falcon swoops for art loan market

Falcon Fine Art launches with cocktail reception at the top of the Gherkin. Unlike other offerings, FFA is not interested in selling art, nor in managing collections. Antiques Trade Gazette reports. To read the full article, please click here.

Falcon Fine Art has the money, and is ambitious

Headed by Dr. Tim Hunter, Falcon Fine Art, the art financing division of specialist financier Falcon Group, has launched – enabling high net worth individuals to raise financing against their art collections. Private Art Investor interviews Falcon Group chairman Kamel Alzarka, and Falcon Fine Art Vice President, Tim Hunter. Please click here to read the full …

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The Independent reports on Falcon Fine Art

Falcon Fine Art enables collectors to raise finance against their art collections, while retaining possession of the art. The Independent reports. Please click here to read the full article online.

Falcon Fine Art Launches

Falcon Fine Art (FFA) – the art financing division of Falcon Group – has launched, as described by ArtLyst. FFA is aimed at enabling high-net-worth individuals to raise finance against works of fine art. Joining FFA as Vice President is Tim Hunter, formerly of Gurr Johns and Christie’s International Auction House. Click here to read …

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Falcon wins Best Specialist Financial Institution award

Winning Gold as Best Specialist Financial Institution in TFR‘s awards, Falcon cements its position as one of the world’s leading alternative financiers – having surpassed its target turnover of US$2 billion and observed further geographic expansion over the past year. To read the full article, please click here.