Understanding Art as an Asset: Knowing How to Advise and Protect Your Client

February 13, 2013 8:30 am - 11:00 am

Continuing Education Seminar 

  • When are valuable objects considered assets?
  • How is the value of art, antiques, silver and jewelry affected by the growing global art market?
  • What factors influence the value of objects?

The fine art and antique markets have continued to evolve and expand into new countries around the world over the past decade. Due to the increased number of buyers globally, desires and tastes broadened while the value of fine art and antiques varied immensely. Thus, many collectors remain unaware of the value changes and as a result, their personal assets are not adequately protected. 

This presentation is designed for professionals with high-net-worth clients to gain a better understanding of the art market, and the importance of planning for and insuring the client’s art and antiques.

Speaker
Colleen Boyle, Vice President, Pall Mall Art Advisors
Ms. Boyle brings over 20 years of diverse experience in the fine art and financial world to Pall Mall Partnership. As an appraisal consultant, she has valuated art and antiques for corporations, museums and private collectors throughout The United States.

Continuing Education Credits
The program has been approved for 2 P&C and 2 CFP credits.
Application has been made for approval of the program for 2 CPA credits.

Co-hosted by
RCM&D and Chubb Group of Insurance Companies

Closest Parking Lot
Corner of Cathedral & W Centre St.

 

Space is limited - Register today!
 

5 West Mount Vernon Place
Baltimore , MD 21201
United States

2013-02-13 08:30:00 2013-02-13 11:00:00 America/New_York Understanding Art as an Asset: Knowing How to Advise and Protect Your Client Continuing Education Seminar  When are valuable objects considered assets? How is the value of art, antiques, silver and jewelry affected by the growing global art market?... Walters Art Museum RCM&D contactrcmd@rcmd.com