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Managing Tangible Assets with Colleen Boyle

Tangible assets are now widely recognized as an asset class in their own right. They also need the kind of oversight required by purely financial assets. Yet, many professional advisors are hampered by their lack of knowledge of the art world and difficulties in sourcing the right art-related expertise. Join us for an informative evening with Colleen Boyle as she discusses:

  • How the expanding global art market affects
          the value of tangible assets
  • Using art as collateral
  • IRS guidelines and tax implications
          for tangible assets
  • How to monetize tangible assets and
          increase assets under management
  • Understanding risk management strategies
          for tangible assets
  • Creating philanthropy strategies for
          art and value objects


5:15 pm - Networking (Cash Bar)
6:00 pm - Dinner and Program
7:30 pm - Meeting Concludes


Thanks to our Council Partner

Wednesday, March 18, 2020
5:15 PM - 7:30 PM

Location

The Tampa Club
Rotunda/Main Dining Room
101 E Kennedy Blvd Floor 41
Tampa   FL   33602
( )229-6028
 
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Non-Members - $45

Speaker Profiles

 


Colleen Boyle
Senior Vice President
Pall Mall Art Advisors

Colleen Boyle brings over 20 years of diverse experience in the fine art and financial world to Pall Mall Partnership. As an appraiser and consultant, she has evaluated art and collectibles for corporations, museums and private collectors throughout the United States.

Ms. Boyle earned a Diploma in French Fine and Decorative Arts at Christie’s in Paris, a Masters degree in Art History from the University of St. Thomas, MN and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from The College of William & Mary, VA. Colleen is a member of the International Society of Appraisers(ISA) and Appraisers Association of America(AAA).

She is USPAP compliant and regularly publishes articles in local, regional and on-line press, as well as conducts lectures on diverse topics pertinent to art and collectibles. Colleen regularly offers CE courses to the Wealth, Insurance, Legal and CPA communities discussing 'Understanding Art and Collectibles as an Asset Class.' Colleen is also featured in the documentary titled, ‘The Real Fake’ about the renowned art forger, Elmyr de Hory.



Registration Fee
Member
No Charge
 
Non-Member
$45.00