CollectorIQ - Live Demo
Registration Information
February 1, 2022 | 1:00 - 1:45 pm EST
Live Webinar

Join Christopher E. Vroom, CFA, AM, CFP
Founder, Collector IQ for a live walkthrough of
CollectorIQ, followed by a Q and A. 
Learn how
the application can benefit your practice as an

CollectorIQ is an enterprise grade asset management
and risk analytics application used by banks, insurers,
auction houses, appraisers and advisors to track, manage
and efficiently value holdings of fine art and other collectibles.

The Company was founded in 2016 by Chris Vroom.
Chris also founded Artspace to provide new income sources
for institutions and artists as well as, a producer
of high-quality limited editions that support museum programming.
He is also the founder of, a NFT minting and identity
infrastructure platform. Chris is committed to fostering broader
engagement in the arts generally and support for artists,
specifically; he founded Artadia, the New York-based non-profit
organization that has provided more than $20 million in support
to artists across the country over the past twenty years.
Vroom started his career in financial services where he was
Managing Director and Global Group Head for Internet Equity
at the Credit Suisse First Boston Technology Group.

To learn more about CollectorIQ:


Fees: Free - Members Only

Register online (at the top of this page).

Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment;
registration accepted only with payment. 

Please note that closed captioning is available during this program.

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By registering for this lecture you acknowledge that the content of this program will be captured in digital format and may be used for both archival and promotional purposes. Submission of your registration authorizes The Appraisers Association of America, its contractors and sponsors permission to use your voice and/or image in any such archival or promotional recording, photograph or streaming activity and to contact you by mail or e-mail.

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