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Art & Finance

New challenges of the arts and cultural market

“Business Art is the step that comes after Art”,  
Andy Warhol
See below the upcoming events

Art and FinanceThe unprecedented development of the art market over the past few years has resulted in the ‘financialisation’ of the art market. Art is now seen not only as an object of pleasure, however, also as a new alternative asset class with interesting business opportunities.

Meanwhile, the globalisation of culture has lead art organisations and cultural related companies to confront a number of strategic issues critical to reaching their goals.

Such developments make the need for specialised services to support them apparent.

Our difference

Whether you are from the art or from the financial sector, we will provide you multidisciplinary services and tailor-made solutions. 

  • Private bankers
  • Wealth managers
  • Family offices
  • Private investors
  • Art/collectibles fund promoters
  • Art insurance companies
  • Art trading companies
  • Etc.
  • Companies selling art
  • Digital art companies
  • Art logistics companies
  • Art & media companies
  • Etc.
  • Large public museums
  • Private museums
  • Public investors
  • Private investors
  • Etc.

Why Deloitte?

  • Because Deloitte Luxembourg works with the Luxembourg government to create an Art & Finance cluster in Luxembourg (e.g. the future Luxembourg Freeport)
  • Because Deloitte offers a wide range of services (audit, consulting, risk services, legal, tax, financial advisory)
  • Because Deloitte is an international group with offices all over the world. Deloitte’s local employees can provide expertise that fits the legal and political context of each country
  • Because Deloitte Luxembourg offers consulting services to the cultural sector. We have experience working with cultural facilities and companies that operate on the art market
  • Because Deloitte Luxembourg works in partnership with experts from the cultural sector
  • Because we view art as a strategic asset
  • Because Deloitte Luxembourg Art & Finance team members have a mixed educational background and working experience in art/culture and business

Our aim is to be at the crossroads of a multiplicity of clients and of a wide range of expert services.


Upcoming Events

Deloitte Luxembourg will participate in the 8th Annual Art Investment Conference organised by the London Business School Art Connection Club on Friday 30 May 2014 at the Royal College of Nursing in London. For more details, please visit:

Participation as panellist at the Arab Luxury World 2014, June 2 and 3, Dubai, UAE

Evan Beard, Deloitte US Art & Finance coordinator, will speak Saturday July 26, 2014  on the Financial Structure of the Art Market during Art Southampton

Participation as a speaker to the "10x6 The Business of Art" conference organised by paperJam - 1 October 2014, Banque Degroof, Luxembourg

Participation as a speaker to the ACA Insurance Day 2014 - 13 November 2014


  • Vincent Gouverneur
    Partner - Art & Finance Leader
  • Adriano Picinati di Torcello
    Directeur - Art & Finance
  • Henri Prijot
    Partner - Tax - International Tax
  • Raphael Glohr
    Partner - Tax - Indirect Tax - VAT
  • Pascal Rapallino
    Partner - Private Wealth Services Leader
  • Laurent Fedrigo
    Partner - Audit
  • Mohit Mehrotra
    Singapore Global Lead - Wealth Management Group
  • Sven Oberle
    Germany Partner - Tax - International Tax
  • Gernot Schuster
    Austria Partner - Tax Services - Business Process Services
  • Ana Andueza Amann
    Spain Partner - Public Sector - Culture Specialist
  • Evan Beard
    U.S. Art & Finance Coordinator
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