Through the launch of a seminal paper and online resource, the Antiquities Coalition's Financial Crimes Task Force is releasing a series of recommendations and strategies to protect the $26.6B American art market from money laundering, terrorist financing, and related threats.

Our upcoming webinar will highlight the findings of this multi-stakeholder initiative, and offer insight into how the U.S. government, art, and financial sectors can work together to combat financial crimes via cultural property.

Join Tess Davis from the Antiquities Coalition, Jack Oskvarek from Wintrust Bank, Michael Loughnane from Loughnane Associates, Tiffany Stevens from the Jewelers Vigilance Committee, John Byrne, Vice Chairman of AML RightSource, and Deborah Lehr, Founder of the Antiquities Coalition, in our free one hour webinar on September 24th at 1 pm ET.  

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