Li Jun Xian is a Partner at Emigrant Bank Fine Art Finance, the art and rare stringed instrument financing subsidiary of Emigrant Bank (Member FDIC, founded 1850).
She regularly advises and structures art loans for art and instrument collectors, art gallery owners, and institutions who are seeking liquidity from their art and instrument assets, and counsels the financial advisors, accountants, lawyers and other professionals on whom they rely.
Prior to joining Emigrant Bank Fine Art Finance in 2007, Ms. Xian was a credit analyst at Goldman Sachs, where she was responsible for analyzing and monitoring the firm’s counterparty trading risk, and advising major public and private companies on capital structure decisions and their effects on credit ratings.
She began her career in the art world as an intern at Robert Miller Gallery and Christie’s, and is currently Co-Chair of the Young Professionals Committee of the Children’s Museum of the Arts and Treasurer of the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts (POWArts). Ms. Xian graduated with honors from Dartmouth College with a BS in Economics and Art History.