During the presentation, the group will review how art and antiquities are being used in money laundering.
Liz Fraccaro is a trained archaeologist and lawyer. With an extensive background in museum collections and field archaeology before attending law school, Ms. Fraccaro is dedicated to preserving and protecting cultural heritage worldwide and contributes expertise in the legal dimensions of cultural heritage management and international human rights. Ms. Fraccaro worked with the Art Law Centre at the University of Geneva, has clerked with an intellectual property firm, the general counsel at the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences, the general counsel of the Field Museum of Natural History and the Chicago History Museum.
Directing the Antiquities Coalition’s Financial Crimes Task Force, she is uniting a diverse group of experts and leaders from the art, legal, and banking sectors to develop concrete recommendations for combating money laundering, forgery, fraud, and terrorist financing via art and antiquities.
1 ACAMS Credit **Please note that ACAMS credit for this virtual event is available to members of the Chapter only.