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Invest with our Art Fund by securely consigning your artwork and receive the best return on investment on your purchased or inherited art. Additionally we provide complementary business lines such as art-secured loans, and agency brokerage to achieve the best returns for our investors.
What is
Art funds are privately offered investment funds dedicated to the generation of returns through the acquisition and disposition of works of art. Art funds offer many unique advantages to investors.

The value of fine art is generally uncorrelated with traditional financial markets, providing a means of diversifying portfolios, and hedging against market downturn and inflation. Art typically holds its value, especially on the higher end, and has consistent performance returns, which are very attractive characteristics to investors.
Ship your artwork from anywhere in the world to our duty-free USA headquarters or to one of our secure storage locations; we will arrange insurance, handling, and paperwork
For International
Are you an international art collector and would like to reinvest your art sale proceeds into our Art Fund? You may qualify for U.S. Immigrant Investor EB-5 program. Please consult with an immigration attorney for program requirements such as source of funds and others
We find the right client and sell your artwork through our extensive network of collectors, dealers, and auction houses; we will negotiate all contracts and provide documentation
Receive a direct bank wire-transfer from our Art Fund for the sale of your consigned art; minus our selling commission
our Investment
The Art Fund employs a diversified investment approach using more than one strategy simultaneously to realize gains for the fund’s investors. In doing so, we can optimize the fund’s various strategies to reflect trends in, and to capitalize on available opportunities within, the art market:
  • Traditional “Buy and Hold”, onto valuable pieces for an extended period of time to benefit from appreciation over time
  • “Geographic Arbitrage”, aims to exploit differences in price realization for certain artists’ works in different geographic locations
  • “Artwork Driven” strategy seeks to profit from issues impacting a specific artwork’s offered price
  • “Regional Art” strategy concentrates on investing in art from a particular geographic region (i.e., European art)
  • “Period Strategies”, focuses on investing in a particular period of art (modern, contemporary, impressionist, etc.)
  • “Intrinsic Value” involves investing in works by artists perceived to be selling at deep discounts to their actual value
  • “Distressed Art” focuses on the acquisition of artworks at deep discounts from collectors facing bankruptcy or insolvency
  • “Bulk buying” involves buying large lots of art in order to attain better pricing and lower transaction cost
Our experts evaluate the assets intended to be used as loan collateral and provide capital based on a loan to value (LTV) ratio of typically 50-70% of its current secondary market value. Upon execution, we take possession of the asset and store the asset and wire the capital.

Any assets we take possession of are stored in secure locations with the utmost care and privacy. Our interest rates are, on average, 2-4% per month based on the asset type, loan amount, and term of the loan requested by our clients. Upon repayment of the principal loan and any outstanding monthly fees, we return the asset or can maintain storage until clients decide to draw capital again.
Agency Brokerage
The Fund can also serve as a trusted third-party intermediary on behalf of the seller or the buyer, to keep the confidentiality of each party and security of the deal. We believe in using escrows for all safe transactions.

Escrow is a financial arrangement where a third party, known as the escrow agent, holds funds or assets on behalf of the buyer and seller until specific conditions are met.
In high-value art transactions, escrow services provide an added layer of security and trust. The buyer deposits the funds into an escrow account, and the seller transfers the artwork to the buyer. The escrow agent holds the funds until the buyer verifies the artwork’s authenticity, condition, and other agreed=upon criteria. Once the buyer confirms their satisfaction, the funds are released to the seller.
art-secured loans
We believe that people who own valuable assets should be able to borrow against them with speed, privacy, and impeccable service. Banks do not provide these personal asset loans.

Victorins Art Fund serves as provider of confidential non-bank loans that use borrowers’ art and antique assets as collateral. Clients can bring in luxury assets for immediate expert valuation and loan funding.
The first institutional investor to specifically allocate capital for the purpose of investing in art is the British Rail Pension Fund, having acquired about 2,500 objects during the 1970’s for a total cost of about $70 million USD.

The BRPF was able to deliver an aggregate return of 11.3% per year compounded from 1974 to 1999. Between 1995 and 2022, fine art has appreciated at a compound annual growth rate of 14%, outperforming both the U.S. stock and real estate markets. S&P 500 (stock market) total returns for the same time period have been 9%.