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Falcon Fine Art add new Business Development Manager

Guy Vaissière former Sotheby’s business director, Falcon Fine Art’s newest Business Development Manager.

Guy Vaissière former Sotheby’s business director has joined Falcon Fine Art as a Business Development Manager.

The new appointment has been made to drive continued growth and build brand presence. Guy will be responsible for maintaining existing client relationships, driving growth and building brand presence. Before Vatissière joined Falcon Fine Art, he held the position of Director with leading art dealer, Adrian Sassoon.

“An expert and a champion of the art market at large, Guy brings to Falcon Fine Art decades of outstanding experience along with a vast network of relationships and expertise,” says Tim Hunter, Vice President of Falcon Fine Art. “We are thrilled to have him join and look forward to taking Falcon Fine Art to new heights.”

Vatissière’s experience also includes roles at high-end designer Linley and international auction house Phillips. Significantly he also spent three years at Sotheby’s during which time he led two specialist divisions. Previously he was also a consultant to the executive Board of Masterpiece London, helping the fair become established in its inaugural year.

“After having worked in the fine art industry for over 20 years, I am delighted to be joining Falcon Fine Art. Since its inception, the company has been making waves in the art market with its bespoke solutions – allowing clients to retain possession of their artworks while unlocking liquidity,” says Guy. “I look forward to tapping my experiences from related industries to help clients utilise and grow their collections.”

Falcon Fine Art Launched in 2014 and is a division of the specialist financier, Falcon Group, which has offered structured corporate financing and asset-backed lending for over 20 years.

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Rebecca Hawkins

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