Love and collect art? Incorporate it into your asset portfolio.
Art as an Asset Class 2.0 is the second edition of our popular online course exploring art collecting and investment in the context of wealth management. Increasingly an essential part of investment portfolio for (U)HNWIs, Art as an Asset Class for value storage and appreciation needs to be built with both specialist art knowledge and market knowhow.
The second edition of this course brings fresh understanding of this asset class as we examine its performance in the context of the post-pandemic global economy. A special discussion on NFTs will bring fresh perspective for considering value creation system of the art market. There will also be latest insights on global wealth management from Deloitte Private, Citibank Private Bank and Christie’s Client Advisory.
Led by London-based art market expert Anders Petterson, founder of ArtTactic, this programme offers the knowledge framework and analytical tools for research and value determination in the art market. With case studies and specialist insights into market research and collection management, this is the essential guide on how to diversify your wealth into art.
What you will learn
You will gain an in-depth understanding of the art market in the context of global economy.
You will learn the qualitative and quantitative tools to research into a given collecting category, art market sector and artist.
You will be able to gather and work with market information and data to perform fair market value analysis for a given artwork.
You will be introduced to the latest practices, globally and from Asia, in art collecting and investment as part of wealth management.
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What Drives Value in the Art Market
October 15 | 2:30-6:00pm HKT / 7:30-11:00am BST
Research-based Collecting and Investing
October 22 | 2:30-6:00pm HKT / 7:30-11:00am BST
How to Research into an Artist: Cultural and Commercial Value
How to Understand Auction Data: From Raw Facts to Market Insights
Collecting Trends Analysis: Ultra-Contemporary Artists and Female Contemporary Artists
Art and Wealth Management
October 29 | 2:30-6:00pm HKT / 7:30-11:00am BST
Trends in Global Wealth Management
Collection Management: Expertise in Asia
Art + Tech: New Collecting Opportunities and Investment Strategies
*Schedule and topics are subject to change.
Founder and Managing Director
Anders Petterson is the founder and managing director of ArtTactic Ltd, a London-based art market research and analysis company set up in 2001. ArtTactic is one of the leading art market research companies and a pioneer in using crowd-sourcing techniques for gathering and processing intelligence on the art market. ArtTactic produces a number of global art market reports in collaboration with partners such as the Deloitte Art & Finance Report, Hiscox Online Art Trade Report, JLT Next Gen Artist Report, TEFAF Art Dealer Financing, South Asia Art & Philanthropy report.
Anders Petterson previously worked at JP Morgan responsible for debt capital market and structured products for banks and corporates. He also worked as an independent research and evaluation consultant for Arts & Business in London between 2002 and 2007, and has been involved in a number of research and evaluation projects in the cultural sector. Anders Petterson is regularly lecturing on the variety of art market topics for Christie’s Education (London), Sotheby’s Institute (London) and ESA (Beirut). Anders Petterson was a founding board member of Professional Advisors to the International Art Market (PAIAM) between 2011 and 2021.
Adriano Picinati di Torcello
Director | Global Art & Finance Coordinator
Adriano is the Art & Finance coordinator for the Deloitte group of member firms in Luxembourg and has over 20 years of professional experience. Adriano initiated the international Deloitte Art & Finance Conference cycle that has become the annual benchmark event in the field. He has also developed Art & Finance seminars for professionals seeking guidance about the global art market and he is the co-author of the Deloitte and ArtTactic Art & Finance Report.
Adriano started his professional career as an auditor at KPMG. He also spent several years with Banque Degroof Luxembourg to develop the group’s activities in France through wealth structuring and funds services. Before joining Deloitte in 2008, he held management positions in the Asia Business Development team and in the Strategic Planning team of Deutsche Börse Group.Adriano has a degree in business sciences and finance, as well as an MBA and a M.Sc. in banking and finance. He is fluent in French, English and has a very good command of Italian.
Client Relationship Manager
Christie’s Hong Kong
Henry was born in Hong Kong and was graduated from The University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Prior to joining Christie’s, he was a relationship manager at Citibank covering high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth clients.
Henry joined Christie’s in 2018 and have since been committed to developing multi-category interest of clients in art and luxury. Throughout the client journey, Henry would offer advice from collecting to consigning and ensure that clients are able to build up a collection that lives up to their aspirations. In addition, Henry also works closely with a number of business partners to cultivate interest of prospective collectors and bring in new clients for the company.