Artnet joins Deutsche Börse’s new ESG visibility hub

– Sustainability is at the core of Artnet’s business and guides environmental, community and stakeholder activities

Artnet AG, the leading art market data and media platform, and global marketplace for online-only art sales, is pleased to announce that it has joined the new Deutsche Börse ESG Visibility Hub.

Investors increasingly expect corporate sustainability transparency. High level of disclosure and comprehensible reporting enables inclusion of ESG-related data (ESG stands for Environment, Society, Governance) in investment decisions – with the aim of reducing risk and positive impact of an investment.

Artnet AG has been a pioneer in the art market for over 30 years. By engaging in ESG reporting and initiatives, Artnet continues its philosophy of leading positive change and sustainable business practices. Artnet strives to continuously provide an environment where its employees, customers and stakeholders can do what they love in a sustainable way. Additionally, Artnet values ​​its role in assisting its clients in engaging with fine art and collectibles. Whether Artnet’s clients are researching, appraising, buying or selling art, they rely on the company to understand both the cultural and commercial value of art – and to ensure the responsible sale of their fine and decorative art. transparently, efficiently and sustainably. path. “Fine arts and culture define us as individuals and nations and therefore remain central to Artnet’s corporate social responsibility strategy. They guide Artnet’s environmental, community and stakeholder activities,” said Artnet CEO Jacob Pabst.

In 2020, Artnet adopted a CSR strategy, defined key areas of responsibility and set concrete targets for 2025. The CSR strategy is based on its vision of a more sustainable art business, corporate responsibility and the social engagement.

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About Artnet

Artnet boasts an unprecedented 60 million unique users each year, making it the world’s largest fine art platform. Founded in 1989, Artnet revolutionized the way people discover, research and collect art today. Artnet’s market data is an essential resource for the art industry, encompassing over 15 million auction results and AI and ML-based analytics, providing a level of transparency and insight. unequaled in the art market. Artnet’s Marketplace connects leading galleries and auction houses to our global audience, offering a curated selection of over 250,000 works of art for sale worldwide. Artnet Auctions, the pioneering online-only auction platform, offers unprecedented reach, liquidity and efficiency. Artnet News covers the events, trends and people shaping the global art market with up-to-the-minute analysis and expert commentary. It is the most widely read news publication in the fine arts industry, with a rapidly growing and dedicated following. Together, Artnet’s extensive synergistic product offering provides a comprehensive ecosystem that drives and informs the modern art market.

Artnet AG is listed on the Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the segment with the highest standards of transparency. The majority of operations are based in New York at its wholly-owned subsidiary, Artnet Worldwide Corporation, a New York-based entity founded in 1989. Artnet Worldwide Corp. has a London-based subsidiary, Artnet UK Ltd.

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