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    Webinar: Issues and Recent Developments in Art Law, Part 1: Lending Issues - Wealth Management

    Speaking Engagement
    Program Highlights
    Please join Christie’s and the Locke Lord LLP Art Law Group for an informative discussion on current lending issues affecting art.

    Wednesday, February 21, 2018
    11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (Central)
    Program will promptly begin at 11:00 a.m.

    The subjects to be covered include:
    • Due Diligence in Art Market Transactions
      • borrower reputation and character
      • determining authenticity and identifying fraud
      • establishing value (entire collection vs. individual pieces)
      • confirming ownership/provenance 
      • insurance
    • Perfection and Priority Issues with Artwork Collateral
      • consignment
      • artist protection laws
      • liens
      • bankruptcy concerns
    • Global Art Market Trends
      • impact of technology
      • use of art advisors
      • freeports

    Who Should Attend
    CEOs, CFOs, COOs, In-House Counsel, private collectors, financial advisors and other officers interested in the latest issues related to art law. Please feel free to forward this invitation to others at your company who might be interested in attending this program.

    Moderator:
    Victoria de Lisle, Partner
    Locke Lord LLP, New Orleans 

    Panelists:
    John Arena, Senior Structured Credit Executive for Fine Art Product
    US Trust, Fort Lauderdale

    Mary Buschman, President
    ARIS Title Insurance Corporation, New York

    G. Andrea Danese, President & CEO
    Athena Art Finance Corp., New York

    Hartley Waltman. Senior Counsel
    Christie’s, New York

    CLE
    This program is pending approval for CPE and CLE credit. Information will be available at the program location. 

    If you have webinar-related questions, please contact Katie Fulton

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