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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 speaks to Sky’s Ian King on da Vinci auction

Yesterday evening, Falcon Fine Art’s Vice President, Dr. Tim Hunter, appeared on Sky News  – discussing the importance of Christie’s auction of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi”. Referred to as “the biggest discovery of the 21st century,” the painting dates back to around 1500 and was lost for nearly 140 years after belonging to King Charles I …

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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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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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