Tag: art finance

Falcon Fine Art’s Tim Hunter speaks to Luxe Magazine on pricing fine art

Speaking to Swiss Luxury publication, Luxe Magazine, Falcon Fine Art’s Vice President Tim Hunter elaborates how preference for art has influenced the price of works over the years. Although one piece may sell for an extraordinary amount, it doesn’t mean that all of the artist’s works will become valuable, he explained. Each piece is valuated …

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Tim Hunter, Vice President at Falcon Fine Art, discusses the global rise of art financing with Family Office Investor

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 …

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Falcon Fine Art’s Guy Vaissière explains an increase in demand for art-backed financing in STEP Journal

For wealth management publication STEP Journal, Falcon Fine Art’s Commercial Director Guy Vaissière writes that the demand for art-backed finance is growing globally. The globalisation of the art market and a growing number of new collectors, are the main reasons the art-secured lending market is certain to expand, Vaissière explains. Asia, in particular, is now …

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Falcon Fine Art’s Tim Hunter interviewed on ITV News

Following the highly anticipated auction of the David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection – which sold for a record breaking £611 million – Falcon Fine Art Vice President Tim Hunter, talks to ITV News regarding the significance of the collection. Hunter explains that although the collection did include works by Monet, Picasso and Matisse, the Rockefeller …

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Writing for Private Art Investor, Falcon Fine Art’s Tim Hunter discusses the 2018 art market outlook

Deloitte/ArtTactic’s 2017 art market survey reported that political and economic uncertainty is the biggest risk to the art market in 2018. However, writing for Private Art Investor, Tim Hunter, Vice President of Falcon Fine Art explains that the art market is a resilient one, and relatively independent of geopolitical events compared to other assets. Despite …

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Falcon Fine Art’s Spring Newsletter 2018 released

To further promote their art expertise,  Falcon Fine Art has released the most recent edition of their quarterly newsletter. The newsletter, which has been well-received, details recent performance of the global art market and outlook, key sales, exhibitions and events. The full details of the newsletter can be found at the Falcon Fine Art site.

Falcon Fine Art’s Tim Hunter features on ArtTactic Podcast

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Adam Green, Host, speaks to Tim Hunter, Vice President, about Falcon Fine Art. More specifically, Tim talks through how FFA’s clients obtain loans against their artworks, the type of collectors they target and the common reasons why they need capital from their artworks. Also, Tim explains how Falcon differentiates itself …

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Bloomberg, The Washington Post and The Sydney Morning Herald discuss Falcon Fine Art offering

Loans backed by art are expected to surpass US$10 billion this year – doubling since 2011. Bloomberg, The Washington Post and The Sydney Morning Herald describe Falcon Fine Art as one of the new players in the art financing industry – with its volume of deals expected to reach US$100 million in the next six months. To …

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Private Art Investor reports on Falcon Fine Art panel at Masterpiece 2015

Falcon Fine Art hosted a panel on the art market and, crucially, the questions collectors must ask when purchasing art at Masterpiece 2015. The panel included insights from Falcon Fine Art’s Tim Hunter, Farrer & Co’s Adrian Parkhouse, and Agnews’ Anthony Crichton-Stuart. It was moderated by Anna Dempster – Senior Lecturer at Sotheby’s Institute. To …

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Falcon Fine Art featured in Art Antiquity and Law Magazine

The Institute of Art and Law’s Art, Antiquity, and Law magazine highlights Falcon Fine Art as a key art financier – unique in the sense it allows clients, on a case by case basis, to retain possession of their art. To read full article please click here