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The art market has evened out in recent years. The European Fine
Art is a good investment for two reasons; it is a diversification of assets and it can offer strong returns.
Some of our clients have turned to art, either the funds or advisory, as a method of diversifying their investment portfolio. Funds are popular here especially when the client has little interest in art or do not want to approach their own collections from an investment angle. Investing in art is a good method of diversifying your assets because unlike property and finance art doesn’t correlate with global politics.
We also have clients coming to us because they have found that a huge amount of their wealth is tied up in their art collections and they want to protect this, they want to add value to their collections and need guidance.
For companies, it can be a slightly different angle, a good art collection can help with a company’s brand and positioning, look at the way
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This market has been very receptive to the idea of investing in art. Our target audience are both seasoned and young collectors, and both benefit greatly from working with an advisor.
The art market has demonstrated its strength in recent years, there seemed to be a brief downturn in 2016 but this proved to be the market evening out after a boom. We are seeing a huge increase in HNW individuals and families becoming major players in the market with the support of their advisors. There is a demand for art advice and guidance as more collectors release the potential value of their collections, we are finding that more financial institutions are coming to us for guidance.
Naturally we have seen the impact of this in the
A good art collection can help with a company’s brand and positioning. Look at the way
• TEFAF: Total global market growth between 2015 (
• Art Tactic Global Art Market Outlook 2017: Modern and contemporary Market auction trend 2015 to 2016—Middle East has seen an increase of 40.7 per cent.
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