European Union tightens anti-money-laundering rules in the art market

European Union tightens anti-money-laundering rules in the art market

The European Union is cracking down on money laundering in the art market

Nuove norme antiriclaggio a gravare sul mercato dell’arte a partire dal 2019.

On 19 April, the European Parliament adopted the fifth Anti-Money-Laundering directive, which will tighten regulation of the art market. The aim of the new rules, first proposed in 2016 in the wake of the Panama Papers scandal, is to increase transparency around financial transactions and require banks and vendors to verify clients’ identities and to report any suspicious behaviour.

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