Deutsche Bank in association with Sotheby’s and Forbes will hold “Investment in art: markets, tendencies, opportunities” conference on 9 November 2007, in Baltschug Kempinski hotel, Moscow. The main goal of the conference is to provide participants with the rational way of investments in art in the Russian and international markets and to present actual information, trends, instruments and Private Banking market potential.
Deutsche Bank’s annual Private Wealth Management conferences give to professional market participants and private investors an opportunity to learn more about the latest tendencies in private investments and to receive latest information “at first hand” from Russian and foreign experts.
This year conference is devoted to investment in art. International art market is an alternative investment trend which is in great demand nowadays. The investment interest in art objects grows constantly.
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Conference audience: financial market professionals, Private Banking specialists, art market experts, Private Banking clients. Russian and international bankers, professionals and experts of the art market, collectors will take part in the conference.
Conference is organized by Deutsche Bank in association with Sotheby’s and Forbes. Skate's The Art Investors’ Service is a co-organizer. Official concierge partner is Quintessentially. Media partners: Interfax, The Moscow Times, BLACKSQUARE, TimeOut.
For more information please contact:
Olga Podoinitsyna: +7(495)797 52 93
Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility
Deutsche Bank has been committed to promoting contemporary art for more than 25 years. Under the motto “Art at Work”, the bank systematically acquires contemporary international art and displays it in bank buildings and exhibitions around the globe. With more than 50,000 works of art, the Deutsche Bank Collection is considered the world’s largest and most important corporate collection, including works by Russian artists such as Ilja Kabakov, Boris Mikhailov, Andrei Roiter, Oleg Vukolov, Vadim Zakharov. This year, the support provided by Deutsche Bank will include the German Pavilion at the Venice Biennale and the Frieze Art Fair in London. Furthermore, Deutsche Bank maintains a joint venture with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin, which shows a jointly developed art program. This year Deutsche Bank sponsors first Russian prize for contemporary art “Kandinsky Prize”, which will be awarded on December 4, 2007 in Moscow.