For its third conference,
the Responsible Art Market Initiative (RAM) will focus on “responsible
art market measures in practice”, with workshops built around the “RAM
Transaction Due Diligence Toolkit”. These workshops will illustrate how
RAM’s toolkit, with its risk-based approach to client, artwork and
transaction due diligence, can help art professionals and businesses
navigate difficult situations and answer challenging questions. This
conference will also consider the impact of the 5th European Anti-Money
Laundering Directive on the Swiss and European art markets.
Confirmed speakers so far include Georgina Adam (Financial Times and The Art Newspaper, London), Philippe Davet (Blondeau & Cie, Geneva), Aude Lemogne (Link Management, Luxembourg), Jean-Bernard Schmid (Ochsner & Associés, Geneva) and Roland Foord (Stephenson Harwood, London). The conference program and registration details will be available shortly.
The Art-Law Centre and the UNESCO Chair in the International Law of the Protection of Cultural Heritage of the University of Geneva are proud to invite you to participate in the “Third All Art and Cultural Heritage Law Conference”. This event will take place at the University of Geneva on Saturday 10 November 2018.