Author: Dr. Angelika Hellweger 8 March 2023
Angelika Hellweger wrote a detailed article examining the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF’s) report on money laundering and terrorist financing in the art and antiquities market.
Her piece considers the issues that led to the creation of the report as well at its most notable findings and its implications.
The article, which was published by LexisNexis, focuses on the report’s explanation of how those involved in money laundering and terrorist financing exploit weaknesses in the market for art and cultural artefacts.
The difficulties in identifying and addressing these problems are summarised by Angelika. She also emphasises the key points that lawyers can take from the report.
The article can be read on LexisNexis (subscription required).
Angelika is a specialist in international, high-level economic crime investigations and large-scale commercial disputes. She has widely-recognised expertise in representing corporates and conglomerates in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and United States.