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Breathe a sigh of relief… By arriving at ArtAML, you know that specialists are on the case to enable the continual flow of transactions while governments tackle the use of art as a money-laundering vehicle. Our first priority is educating you.
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Meet your compliance (think: risk assessment + AML Policy) and training needs with the ArtAML solution. Launching summer 2020 with support for varying sizes of business, incorporating the specific needs of Money Laundering Reporting Officers.
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Find out how technology designed for the specific needs of Art Market Participants can support your compliance, saving precious time and enabling you to focus on what you do best.
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We’re working closely with HM Revenue & Customs in the UK, the department of which is Supervisory Body for Art Market Participants. With a focus on ‘education’ throughout 2020, be the first in the know as legislation this fresh is subject to rapid change.
“As an art dealer veteran, I understand the fragile nature of closing a sale. ArtAML was conceived to enable art dealers to tackle the new legislation with confidence and minimum disruption, keeping sales flowing all the while”.
Browse our blog for updates on AML and the art market and find out answers to questions you didn’t know to ask:
ArtAML’s response to HM Treasury’s Consultation with industry: Transposition of the Fifth Money Laundering Directive
In late Spring 2019, HM Treasury, as the UK governmental authority tasked with drafting legislation to implement the EU's Fifth Money Laundering Directive with a deadline of 10th January 2020,...
The Guidance that has been published to instruct Art Market Participants (AMPs) for understanding and complying with the new anti-money laundering legislation is sizeable at 111 pages in total. We...
The UK Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Regulations 2019 took effect on 10th January 2020 which introduced 'Art Market Participants' ("AMPs") as a new obliged entity. Does your...