Pall Mall Art Advisors (PMAA) is a global appraisal and advisory firm focused on meeting the challenges of a continuously changing market in the collection of fine art and other valuables. Innovative approaches enable us to provide a dynamic and ever-growing range of services for private, institutional and professional clients participating in the global art market.
Having appraised and provided direction on more than $10 billion in assets in less than 10 years, PMAA is today at the forefront of the art advisory and appraisal fields. We are a vetted partner with high-net-worth institutions such as Tiger 21, Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management, Marsh Inc. and Risk Strategies. Our people lecture at top art and financial events including Barron’s Conference, and sit on regional art museum boards like the San Jose Museum of Art. PMAA President Anita Heriot and National Sales Director Colleen Boyle are sought after experts to speak on tangible assets.
PMAA is a highly respected source of independent advice for those buying and/or selling art, antiques and collectables; a market leader in appraisal services for insurance, estate and tax planning, and at the cutting edge of collections management. Tangible Asset Management is the umbrella term describing these three key elements of our business. PMAA also offers visual inventories for full household contents and remote appraisals.
Our international professional tangible asset managers emphasize transparency and trust. Our greatest strength is the unrivalled experience, knowledge and relationships of our staff based in New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Atlanta, San Diego and Silicon Valley.
To learn more about who we are and what we do, please browse our online Services Brochure.
PMAA provides Property/Fine Arts insurance coverage for all client artwork/collectables in their legal care, custody, and control while stored at their location, while in transit to their location, or while stored at another location. PMAA also carries comprehensive 3rd party liability coverage (including, but not limited to, Professional Liability, General Liability, Privacy/Cyber Liability, Foreign Liability, and Umbrella Liability coverage) should such a claim occur.