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Handbags at dawn: GAM view from Baselworld 19/03/2015
Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent and Fer­ragamo are "clear winners".

Emotional pull of collectibles ‘makes them top investments among wealthy' 26/01/2015
Collectibles, ranging from art, classic cars and sports memorabilia are the most popular form of alternative investment among the wealthy in the US, according to high net worth researchers Spectrem.

As art becomes an asset class, collectors and investors need independent third party advice, says new art advisory firm 03/11/2014
Art can occupy a unique position in a wealthy individual or family office’s portfolio. It is both an “investment of passion” for art lovers but is increasingly viewed as an asset class in its own right too.

How to buy art: expert's advice 19/05/2014
Last week thewealthnet looked at contemporary art, and in particular at the dangers of investing in it long term (see thewealthnet 12/05/2014). This article focuses on buying in art in general, and explore several areas, which an aspiring art investor needs to consider.

Bursting the contemporary art bubble 12/05/2014
Art is on the radar of many investors, from the mass affluent to the ultra high net worth, and the biggest trend today is undoubtedly the growth in the contemporary art market.

One Oscar pre-owned 14/02/2014
Pawnbroker to the rich and famous borro has announced it has taken possession of an Oscar statuette.

Wholly pickled cow! World's wealthiest artists revealed 17/10/2013
British artist Damien Hirst is the world’s wealthiest artist, with net worth of $350 million, according to data from Wealth-X, an ultra high net worth (UHNW) intelligence provider.

NY hedge funds back art lending initiative for UK and European markets 17/10/2013
Willstone Management Capital Partners, the Panama domiciled art-investment company owned by Olyvia Kwok, a London-based art dealer and former St. James’s gallery owner, is to launch what is claimed to be the first sizeable dedicated art-lending business targeted at the UK and European art market. At present the art lending sector is dominated by New York, primarily because it is home to the world’s biggest art market, especially for contemporary art.

118-carat diamond fetches record $30.8 million 09/10/2013
An enormous 118-carat white diamond was sold in Hong Kong for what Sotheby’s labelled a record price of $30.8 million. The diamond is said to be the size of a small egg.

New art investment vehicle launches in the UK 19/09/2013
Olyvia Kwok, a London-based gallery owner, has launched Willstone Management, a specialist art investment business, which aims to make short- to medium-term profits by exploiting trends in prices of all genres of fine art.

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