ART CURATOR SPENCER BANKS JOINS MARK’S ART GALLERY IN HEART OF LONDON
Spencer Banks (pictured above)
WHO IS SPENCER BANKS?
Marks Art Gallery – We had the pleasure of meeting Mr Banks in Geneva in a report we done last year on the possibility of London becoming a main hub outside of places like Geneva and Paris when it comes to art and he predicted that once the storm of Covid-19 comes down more financial hardship will occur due to the high forecast of the inflation levels that Spencer saw due to his thorough area of expertise in financial planning.
And exactly as he predicted we have now seen an upward trajectory in high inflation levels and low interest returns with high street banks and conventional investment portfolios. Mr Banks has been in the investment grade art market for nearly 15 years now and brining the 10 years of prior financial knowledge has given him an edge in this quickly growing popular market and as we have seen in our past report’s on Marks Art Gallery in London we know that the CEO has a keen eye for talent and he has no hesitation in getting the dream team built around him.
We had a quick call with Mr Banks for a check up on his career and he explained to me that he is very much enjoying his new Senior Management Role at the luxurious London gallery and has brought an increase of over 30% in revenue for the Power-House!
In a statement he said, “Being at Mark’s Art Gallery is a breath of fresh air” how he has been ‘welcomed by the team and clients’ has been second to none and the ground work that they are collectively building to make sure that the collectible art can be bought by every resident in the U.K was something he felt was extremely important to him as he wants a fair and just eco-system for all his fellow Britains.
On a further note we asked:
WHAT’S COMING NEXT FOR OUR ECONOMY AND WAY OF LIFE?
He predicts that due to the Government being in a tilt since the financial crash in 2008 and then the so many changes of our parliament and printing money during Covid-19 there will be total obliteration of the value of the Pound and we will be seeing the Euro and Dollar creep up to our strong value and start showing that we could be in a position of a loan out from neighbouring and partnership countries as the country will be forced to come out of high street banks and savings accounts to go in to alternative investment areas like Silver, Wine, Art and lastly Gold.