Art is growing and developing rapidly as an inherent part of the wealth management portfolio. As a consequence, the need for a solid understanding of the valuation of art, the investment opportunities and the associated risks is of increasing concern and important to manage.
This master class was specifically designed to meet these needs. During the 2-day program, finance and investment professionals will expand and refine their knowledge of art as a financial asset. In addition, they learn to gather and evaluate data on developments in the art market industry. Hosted at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and with core expertise on managing an art collection, this master class will provide you with an exclusive cutting edge course, the first of its kind.
The program combines theory, case studies and input from experts in an interactive setting. Recent developments in the art industry and their impact on the private banking and wealth management services will be discussed. Included in the program are a roundtable dinner at an exclusive location and a visit to one of the world’s leading art collections.
Attending this master class will:
- enhance your personal reputation through enhanced knowledge in a highly reputable, cultural area of expertise;
- improve your understanding and skills in the behavioral and financial aspects of trading and collecting fine art;
- help you to find and access new (online) data sources and assess information on its value and validity;
- help you better understand your clients’ personal and financial needs and - thus - strengthen your relationship with them.
- give you the opportunity to learn collection management skills first hand from one of world’s leading and highly established Museums.
Participants of the master class Art Finance & Collections Management are professionals in the financial services and banking sector, as well as experts from the art industry. Job descriptions range from senior investment staff to trustees and managers in the creative industries.
The first day of the program will take place at the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam. The day will be concluded with an exclusive tour through the collection and a unique insight behind the screens. During the evening a roundtable evening dinner with a guest speaker from the art market takes place.
The second day will be at De Mesdag Collectie, The Hague. In 1903 the Dutch business man and painter Mesdag donated his museum to the Dutch state, and since 1990 The Mesdag Collection has been part of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. During the day unique insights about the collection’s history and its collection preservation and management will be given. A guided visit and reception at PAN Amsterdam will also take place.
For more information on the master class and its contents, contact the Program Adviser.