Understanding the Art IPO
Senior Industry Leaders Shared Their Insights
Designed for asset managers, asset owners, wealth managers, private banks, and family offices within Europe, this digital panel evaluated the investment opportunity offered by traditional shares in high-value art. Grounded in the financial context, this discussion explored the mechanics of the Art IPO, with a focus on risk management, liquidity and secondary markets, and the evolving regulatory landscape. The conversation covered investing in this way, and the challenges still to be overcome before it can go mainstream.
Senior leading speakers
What are the key factors driving demand for Art shares and Art IPOs, and how might they evolve over time, considering economic, demographic, and cultural shifts?
Valuation and price fluctuations
How can the authenticity, provenance, and accurate valuation of works of art be ensured to protect investor interests and maintain confidence in fractional ownership of an artwork trading on the stock exchange?
How do regulatory frameworks and tax implications surrounding shares of paintings impact investment risks, and how might these evolve in response to the growth and maturation of the fractional art market?
Why view on-demand
The big picture, not just the individual strands of the business you work in
New approaches and strategies to help win market share
FT Live Digital Dialogues - fully digital one hour event experiences delivering maximum engagement. Live webinars provide unique opportunities to engage global senior audiences. All access, digital passes include access to all the live sessions PLUS all sessions on demand for 30 days. Listen to the conversation on-demand.
The Business of Art Summit will bring together the art world including artists, gallerists, fair owners, dealers, collectors, auction houses, art advisers, consultants and appraisers, as well as other service providers, including shippers, storage providers and framers.
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