The Regulation of the Art Trade for Anti-Money Laundering in the EU

Summary

Certain types of businesses fall within the regulated sector for EU anti-money laundering, such as banks, wider financial institutions, law firms, accountancy businesses and estate agents.  Luckily for the British art market, the British government has not invited auction houses and art/antique dealers to join the club.  Auction houses and art/antique dealers in other EU Member States have not been so lucky. 

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  • Number of Pages: 3
  • Topic: Art Law

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Constantine Cannon LLP

CONSTANTINE CANNON LLP is an internationally recognized law firm focusing on Antitrust Litigation and Counseling. They also specialize in matters of commercial litigation; intellectual property and technology; representing whistleblowers under the False Claims Act and Dodd-Frank Act; government relations; government agency advocacy; corporate compliance, monitoring and investigation; and electronic discovery consulting.

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