Financial Crimes Task Force Project Director Presents at ACAMS Chapter Meeting
December 14, 2020
At a recent Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) Alabama Chapter meeting, Financial Crimes Task Force Project (FCTF) Director Liz Fraccaro presented on “Ancient Artifacts, International Intrigue and Financial Crimes.”
ACAMS is the largest international membership organization for Anti-Financial Crime professionals, supporting individuals and organizations who are dedicated to ending financial crime through thought leadership, continuing professional education, and a best-in-class peer network.
Fraccaro explored the documented risks facing the art market as well as how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape of the legal art market. Through the case studies featured in the 2020 FCTF report, Fraccaro addressed channels corrupt actors have used historically to manipulate the art sector as a means to store and move value through art.
Learn more about the FCTF here.