UC Berkeley cutting-edge symposium will explore and address the latest developments around the intersection of art, finance, and law.
Due to COVID-19, this conference has been postponed (new date TBD). In the meantime, you can still register. We will keep the early-bird rate until we have set a new date.
The goal of the symposium is to support all professionals and innovation enthusiasts interested in cutting-edge research at the intersection of art, finance, technology and law. Prominent speakers from academia and practice will explore secularization of art as an asset, the differences between art funds and hedge funds, the peculiarities of the portfolio and fund management, the different types of loans against art collateral, and the risks and rules for art investments. Through the symposium, industry experts will share advice and insights on many of the key factors in art investment – including the latest updates in legislation and in the case law.
Confirmed speakers for 2020 include:
- Ken Goldberg, University of California, Berkeley
- Sonia Katyal, University of California, Berkeley
- Niccolò Filippo Veneri Savoia, Look Lateral
All professionals and innovation enthusiasts interested in cutting-edge research at the intersection of art, finance, technology and law. Private collectors, wealth managers, art dealers, auctioneers, artists, investors, start-ups, professional advisors, providers of financial services, banks, tech companies, entertainment companies, policy-makers, representatives from public institutions, lawyers or scholars and researchers who want to explore the educational purposes that sits at the crossroad of technology and the cultural industries of art finance around the world.
An intimate discussion to support art finance legal professionals at large and industry-players at all levels.
The nominal fee is $85 per person with a pre-sale of $50 until December 1, 2020. Proceeds will be used by UC Berkeley to build a new institute for the study of art, finance, and law. Scholarships are available for students.
Space is limited, so we encourage you to register early.
California MCLE credit will be offered.