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Old whisky and cognac set for boom, fund manager predicts 19/04/2013 Oracle Capital Group, a global independent multi-family office and wealth consultancy, has launched the Oracle Paradis Wine Fund as a new alternative asset investment opportunity. Fine Art increasingly being offered as security - borro 16/04/2013 The art market saw a record-breaking year at auction in 2012 and borrowers are increasingly their masterpieces as collateral against loans according to personal asset lender borro. Russian and Chinese investors tap into the booming classic car market 29/11/2012 Russian and Chinese investors are among those buying into the classic car market, and using them as a hedge against the recession and the downturn in more traditional markets according to international car auctioneer, COYS. New London art club launches to help inexperienced art investors 28/11/2012 Fitzrovia-based Gallery Different has launched a new art club, designed to help inexperienced buyers benefit from the returns on investment available in the contemporary art market.
Deutsche Bank boosts art efforts with its own gallery 15/11/2012 Deutsche Bank is moving to expand its art investment activities by opening its own exhibition gallery in Berlin early next year.
Sotheby's achieves best auction result in history 15/11/2012 This week’s sale of post-war and contemporary art at Sotheby's raised a total of £236 million - the best auction result in the auction house's history.
Visa and Sberbank issue world’s first diamond-encrusted card 31/10/2012 Kazakhstan’s Sberbank in partnership with VISA has launched the world’s first jewel-encrusted solid gold VISA Infinite companion card.
Possibly the best return on cash around? 18/10/2012 A series of rare Qatar and Dubai banknotes have been sold for £180,000 at auction, way above their original £25,000-£35,000 estimate. French government intends to suppress new row over art tax 16/10/2012 In France, President Francois Hollande's Socialist government said it intends to stop a push to extend a wealth tax to artworks.
Art collections present new opportunities for family offices 12/10/2012 The rise of art collecting and investing by a new generation is creating a more complex set of financial and non-financial needs which go beyond the traditional range of services family offices offer, and indeed are ill-equipped to provide, according to a new report by Fine Art Wealth Management.
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