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Planning for the Art Assets of International Families - 19 September 2019

Host SIG
International Client
Event type
Meeting/Seminar
Venue
Christie’s
Address
King Street Saleroom, 8 King Street
St James’s
London
SW1Y 6QT
Country
United Kingdom
Date
19 September 2019
Time
16.00 Arrival and registration; 16.30-18.30 Presentations and Q&A; 18.30-19.45 Networking Reception; 19.45 Close
Description

Event Focus

Experienced speakers share with you their expert knowledge of planning for art assets; owning, lending, tax and succession planning.

Many international families own art, from the odd piece acquired here and there, through to valuable and significant collections. These collections can throw up a number of legal, tax and more practical challenges, not least because they have the potential to be mobile.

This seminar, hosted by Christie’s on behalf of STEP’s International Client Special Interest Group, focuses on providing an overview of some of the issues associated with acquiring, enjoying and disposing of art.

Why Attend?

The ownership of art gives rise to lots of questions from both clients and their advisors. Come and hear and learn from the experts advising at the cutting edge of these issues, as well as HMRC’s perspective on:

  • Inheritance tax considerations for international art owners
  • HMRC’s current approach to valuations, chattels rental rates and the valuation of benefits and rental rate penalties
  • The lifecycle of a collection, practical challenges and best practices to overcome these
  • The legal aspects of the impact of Brexit on the UK art market

Speakers:

  • Dee Atkin, Assets, Residence & Valuation Specialist - Shares & Assets Valuation (SAV) Team, HM Revenue & Customs
  • Prof. Dr. Dirk Boll, President - Europe & UK, Middle East and Africa, Christie’s
  • Ruth Cornett TEP, Director-Heritage and Taxation Advisory Service, Christie’s
  • Melanie Damani, Equity Partner, Hottinger Art Limited
  • Catherine Grum TEP, Head-Family Office Services, KPMG LLP and Chair, STEP International Client London Satellite Special Interest Group
  • Edward Powles TEP, Partner, Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP

Organised in partnership with and kindly hosted by:

Christie's

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Cost:
STEP International Client SIG Member - £70
STEP Member - £85
Non-member - £100
Contact name
STEP Special Interest Groups Team
Contact phone
+44 (0)20 3752 3734 / 35
Contact email
SIGs@step.org
Details
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Register Add to Calendar events/planning-art-assets-international-families-19-september-2019 09/19/2019 16.00 09/19/2019 Arrival and registration; 16.30-18.30 Presentations and Q&A; 18.30-19.45 Networking Reception; 19.45 Close Christie’s, King Street Saleroom, 8 King Street, St James’s, London, SW1Y 6QT Planning for the Art Assets of International Families - 19 September 2019 Event Focus Experienced speakers share with you their expert knowledge of planning for art assets; owning, lending, tax and succession planning. Many international families own art, from the odd piece acquired here and there, through to valuable and significant collections. These collections can throw up a number of legal, tax and more practical challenges, not least because they have the potential to be mobile. Contact: STEP Special Interest Groups Team. Contact phone: +44 (0)20 3752 3734 / 35. Contact email: SIGs@step.org