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Risk Management in the Art and Antiquities Markets Part II: Criminal and Compliance Risk

Date: 7 February 2017
By: Dylan G. Moses, Sean Kelsey

On Tuesday 7 February we hosted Risk Management in the Art and Antiquities Markets Part II: Criminal and Compliance Risk. This event addressed:

  • Professional codes of ethics, combatting the illicit trade in art and antiquities and new regulatory challenges on the horizon (Professor Janet Ulph, Leicester Law School, University of Leicester; Dr Sophie Vigneron, Kent Law School, University of Kent; and Ivan Macquisten, art market advisor, campaigner and lobbyist)
  • Keeping track of lost and stolen artworks and antiquities: some challenges and opportunities (Ariane Moser, Chief Operating Officer, Artive Inc. and James Ratcliffe, Director of Recoveries & General Counsel, Art Loss Register, in conversation with Sean Kelsey, Senior Associate, K&L Gates)
  • Risks associated with anti-money laundering and Proceeds of Crime Act offences, and their mitigation (Dylan Moses, Senior Associate, K&L Gates; and Richard Abbey, Partner, Ernst & Young Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services)
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