The Fine Art Fund Group is based in Mayfair, London. The Group consists of experts in the fields of art and finance. From our collaboration with leading art experts to our highly qualified Management Team and Boards, The Group source the best deals for its clients.
Before launching The Fine Art Fund Group (‘The Group’), Philip Hoffman spent 12 years working for Christie’s auction house. He joined from KPMG, and at 33, became the youngest member of Christie’s International Management Board.
Guy Jennings first joined Christie’s in London in 1980 after studying Modern History and History of Art at Trinity College, Oxford. 1986 saw the publication of his book "Impressionist Painters". Two years later, Guy published his monograph on "Renoir". With Guy’s career at Christie’s progressing, he was moved in 1992 and appointed a senior Director of Christies, having already been appointed a director in 1988. From 1992-95 he was Head of Impressionist and Modern Art in France and from 1995-98, Deputy Chairman of Christie's Switzerland, responsible for European Impressionist and Modern Art. In 1999, Guy left Christie's to become Deputy Chairman of Sotheby's Europe and in 2012 he returned to Christies working in New York as Deputy Chairman of Impressionist and Modern Paintings. In between Guy also worked as a private dealer in London running his own business. He has a wide experience of the international art market in both Europe and America from the perspective of auction sales as well as private treaty sales. In 2014 he returned from New York and is now Managing Director of The Fine Art Fund Group.