Guidance

Art market participants guidance for money laundering supervision

How to help prevent money laundering and terrorist financing for art market participants.

Documents

Anti-money laundering guidelines 2022

Details

This guidance is based on law and regulations as at 30 June 2022.

It was produced by the British Art Market Federation and approved by HM Treasury.

The guidance helps art market participants meet their obligations for money laundering supervision, including customer due diligence, record keeping and reporting suspicious activity.

Read further guidance on recognising and reducing risk of money laundering if you participate in the art market.

Published 7 February 2020
Last updated 12 July 2022 + show all updates
  1. A link to the anti-money laundering guidelines 2022 has replaced the previous guidance.

  2. Art market participants guidance for money laundering supervision guidance has been updated.

  3. First published.