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TPC Art Finance in conversation with Chris Wise, VP of Risk Strategies

Lending Insights Our take on the news & trends of the art market TPC Art Finance in conversation with Chris Wise, VP of Risk Strategies: In this edition of Lending Insights, we spoke with Chris Wise, Vice President, Fine Art Practice, at Risk Strategies, about the intricacies of appraisals and valuations, and what collectors should …

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Photography-Backed Lending from TPCAF

© Man Ray Trust ARS-ADAGP, courtesy of Christie’s TPCAF is continually diversifying its collateral criteria to include new artists and media that we will lend against. For collectors and galleries considering art financing from TPCAF, photography can be collateralized in the same fashion as other art works we consider for our art-backed loans. Photography, both …

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Leveraging Art Collections During a Divorce

Leveraging Art Collections During a Divorce

Attorneys often need creative solutions for clients who may be seeking liquidity for expenses incurred during mediation and/or divorce proceedings. Many assets can be used for a secured loan, including works of art. Art-secured lending allows your clients to access capital while simultaneously affording them the luxury of time so that they do not feel …

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Year End Update and Look Ahead with TPCAF’s President, Joe Charalambous

Although 2021 posed many challenges for the financial markets, TPC saw continued demand for fine art financing services throughout the year. Collectors remained actively engaged and continued investing in fine art, with more market participants using leverage from lenders like TPC to do so. Vaccine technology and increased COVID-safety protocols have allowed for the resurgence …

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