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Falcon Fine Art Seals Belgium Deal

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Falcon Fine Art Seals Belgium Deal

 

Specialist art financier, Falcon Fine Art, completes deal in Belgium – marking the rise of art financing across Europe

 

Art financing in Europe has taken a huge leap forward following the completion of a transaction between art financier, Falcon Fine Art (FFA), and a collector in Belgium. The deal leverages a collection that includes 19th Century museum-quality paintings and sculpture.

 

The Belgian collector chose to leverage artworks that were already in storage, between exhibitions, demonstrating the role art financing can play in monetizing an asset that, without a sale, would otherwise provide little short-term value.

 


“Collectors who don’t want to sell in an uncertain market, don’t have to. That does not, however, mean that they cannot tap into the monetary value of their collections.”

 


 

Furthermore, the deal in Belgium with FFA demonstrates the spread of art financing throughout Europe – a region previously under-served by financiers.

 

“Collectors who don’t want to sell in an uncertain market, don’t have to. That does not, however, mean that they cannot tap into the monetary value of their collections,” says Tim Hunter, Vice President of Falcon Fine Art. “We have financed collections in the UK and in Ireland, and the fact that we have now done so in Belgium shows that the appetite for art financing is spreading across the continent.”

 

Launched in 2014, Falcon Fine Art is a division of the award-winning specialist financier, Falcon Group, which has over 20 years of structured corporate financing expertise. FFA is able to utilise the Group’s experience in asset-backed lending, as well as its growing balance sheet, to offer a unique formula for art financing, tailoring solutions to each client’s specific requirements, and in many cases collectors are able to keep possession of their artworks during the financing period.