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Deloitte 2011 Art & Finance

Conference programme – 1 & 2 December 2011 – Miami

December 1, 2011 - Academic session (not open to the public)
From To Subject
11:00 17:15 Maastricht University Art Market Symposium
18:00 20:00 Cocktail reception for all speakers
December 2, 2011 - Plenary session (open to the public)
From To Subject Speaker(s)
08:30 09:00 Registration & welcome coffee  
09:00 09:05 Welcoming words Thierry Hoeltgen, Partner - Advisory & Consulting Leader - Deloitte Luxembourg - Welcoming remarks
09:05 09:20 Opening address H.E. Jean-Paul Senninger - Ambassador of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg in the USA
09:20 09:30 Introduction Moderator of the conference:
Adriano Picinati di Torcello, Directeur - Art & Finance - Deloitte Luxembourg
09:30 10:30 New Business Model – Multilateral trading facility dedicated to artworks
The art market and a stock market – a colorful alternative – SplitartTM
Dror Chevion, General Manager - SplitartTM (Luxembourg)
10:30 12:00 Museums funding issues
The role, aim, and identity of cultural organizations have radically changed leading to an increasing need of professionalism and economically sustainability, and, therefore, of strategic solutions.
James Knox, Managing Director at The Art Newspaper (UK)
Julien Anfruns, General Director - International Council of Museums (France)
Martin Bethenod, Director of Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana (Italy)
Godfrey Worsdale
, Director - BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (UK)
Scott Schaefer
, Senior Curator of Paintings - J. Paul Getty Museum (USA)
Tony Podesta, Chairman - Podesta Group, (USA)
Dr. Eric M. Zafran, the Susan Morse Hilles Curator of European Art - the Wadsworth Atheneum (USA)
Lunch break
13:45 14:45 Corporate collections tangible and intangible benefits
Today, companies are rethinking how they want to be perceived. In this context, art is viewed as a part of the company’s overall image, a symbol of its corporate culture and its unique focus.
Dr Iain Robertson, Head of Art business - Sotheby’s Institute of Art (UK)
Delphine Munro, Head of Arts - European Investment Bank (Luxembourg)
Alistair Hicks, Curator & Art advisor - Deutsche Bank AG (UK)
Dr Dietrich von Frank
, Managing Director HNWI / Art - Nationale Suisse (Switzerland)
Fabienne Nicholas
, Head of Consultancy - Contemporary Art Society (UK),
Drs. Annabelle Birnie
, Director Sponsoring, Art Management & Events; Certified Valuer modern & Contemporary Art - ING Bank (Netherlands)
Teresa Porto
, Director - Fundación Novacaixagalicia (Spain)
14:45 15:45 Emerging markets collectors services needs
China, India, South America and the Middle East are reshaping collectors’ perceptions and creating new collecting opportunities. What type of services are they looking at?
Jeffrey Boloten, Managing Director - ArtInsight (UK)
Javier Lumbreras, Private collector Adrastus Collection ( & CEO - Artemundi Group (Mexico)
Jonathan Binstock, Senior Advisor - Citi Private Bank Art Advisory & Finance (USA)
Bashar Al-Shroogi, Private collector & CEO - Cuadro Fine Art Gallery (Dubai, UAE)
Arianne Levene, Founder - New Art World Ltd (London)
Bertrand Schautz, Director & Administrator - FAEI - Fine Arts Expert Institute (Switzerland)
Coffee break
16:15 16:45 Clear legal title - the foundation to market liquidity and value, a key consideration to the development of art as a financial asset Speaker:
Lawrence M. Shindell, Chairman - ARIS Title Insurance Corporation (USA)
16:45 17:45 New art investment developments - index methodologies and market measurement
With the long-termed, worldwide trend of increasing wealth, alongside the growth in knowledge about Art market, a much larger community has started to be interested in collecting and/or investing in Art.
Anders Petterson, Managing Director - ArtTactic (UK)
Prof. Michael Moses, Founder of the Mei-Moses Index (USA)
Prof. Rachel Campbell Pownall - Maastricht University (Netherlands)
Michael Plummer
, Co-founder - Artvest Partners LCC (USA)
Fabian Bocart
, Quantitative Research Director - Tutela Capital SA (Belgium)
Thomas Galbraith, Director - artnet®analytics (USA)
17:45 18:25 Wrap-up session Thomas Krens, Chairman & CEO - Global Cultural Asset Management Group (USA) & Director Emeritus – Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (USA)
18:25 18:30 Concluding remarks Thierry Hoeltgen, Partner - Advisory & Consulting Leader - Deloitte Luxembourg
18:30 Cocktail at the Ritz Carlton



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