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The lack of regulation in the art market continues to cause concern for buyers, due to lack of transparency. So what is the art market doing to reassure them?
Although cars have taken a knock and been outperformed in investment terms by wine in the last year, there are still opportunities for a handsome return if you know where to look.
Toby Joy, associate in London and Denis Petkovic, partner in Hong Kong office, Withers talk about the growth in pre-used jets
Steve Cain, Director of VAT and Captain John Hills, Aviation Consultant at Equiom say the negative perception the Chinese government have built up with the aviation industry will be difficult to shift
David Dixon, President Jetcraft Asia says he sees a wave of first-time sellers upgrading to new aircraft types
Leona Qi, who is president of Asia at VistaJet, says chartering is a major trend in China to sidestep Chinese government regulation
The Brexit vote may have made some investors jittery but those who invest in fine wines are celebrating with a glass of fizzy Krug.
David Sonnenthal, founder of New Bond Street Pawnbrokers in London’s Mayfair, also says if buying for investment stick to Rolex, Breguet, Audemars Piguet and Patek Philippe.
Clotilde Rafine-Ricard, head of the Watches & Horology Department at Collector Square also says a watch shouldn't be stored stationary for too long.
Vartkess Knadjian, CEO at Backes & Strauss also says diamonds and craftmanship add value to watches.
Joanne Lewis, deputy director and head of watches department at Sotheby’s, also says that the demand in the market for Patek Philippe and Rolex is strong.
Martin Bellamy, chairman of OneOcean Ventures a new venture from Salamanca also says all eyes are on Antibes port which is set to find bidders for a major redevelopment.