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AMPs now exceed 800 but registration is not compliance

08 November 2021

The number of art market participants (AMPs) registered with the UK tax authorities under the Fifth Anti Money Laundering Directive has now exceeded 800, delegates were told at the Art Business Conference last week.

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Art Business Conference highlights: changing auction buyers and the challenges of European export regulations

05 September 2019

Held at Church House Conference Centre in Westminster, the 2019 Art Business Conference took place yesterday just a stones throw from parliament where politicians were discussing a bill ruling out a no-deal Brexit.

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Art trade challenges in focus at next London Art Business Conference

23 July 2019

The potential impact of Brexit is high on the agenda at the next Art Business Conference with export licensing and the global view of the art market among the topics up for discussion.


Art Business Conference: Why Christie’s is backing the decorative arts

10 September 2018

Christie’s executive Dirk Boll told delegates at the Art Business Conference that the decorative arts could be coming back into fashion.


Ivory regulation will be balanced, says Ellis

10 September 2018

The UK government will ensure that ivory regulations are balanced and with “appropriate exemptions”, the new minister for arts, heritage and tourism told the Art Business Conference last week.

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Decorative arts is making a comeback, claims Christie’s executive

04 September 2018

There are signs of renewed interest for the decorative arts – from furniture to ‘Kunstkammer’ cabinets of curiosities – according to Christie’s executive Dirk Boll.

Arts minister Michael Ellis to address arts conference

20 August 2018

The opening speaker at this year’s Art Business Conference in London will be the minister for arts, heritage and tourism, Michael Ellis.


Experts outline Brexit trade risk

11 September 2017

Lawyers and accountants have drawn up documents laying out the issues facing the art and antiques trade to inform government as it negotiates the terms of Brexit.

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Customs delays after Brexit could be major blow for art market

06 September 2017

Brexit could give the opportunity for advantageous changes to the VAT system for the UK art and antiques trade, delegates of The Art Business Conference heard today. But any benefits could be outweighed by huge customs delays.

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Former Met art crime boss pleas for art and antiques unit to re-form

06 September 2017

Richard Ellis, a former Metropolitan Police officer, used the platform of The Art Business Conference to call for the restatement of the art and antiques crime unit today.

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Art Business Conference 2017: Brexit and its likely effects set to dominate agenda

08 August 2017

The impact on the art market of the UK's withdrawal from the EU is likely to be the key talking point at this year’s Art Business Conference on September 6 in London.


Could Brexit boost the UK art market? Programme announced for 2017 Art Business Conference

14 July 2017

The programme for the fourth edition of the Art Business Conference, held in London, includes a session examining the opportunities Brexit could offer the British art industry.


Art Business Conference launches second event in New York

23 February 2017

A second edition of the Art Business Conference launches in New York April.

Risky business – seminar launched to address potential threats to buying and selling art

25 October 2016

Art Market Minds, the organisers of the annual Art Business Conference, are partnering with law firm K&L Gates to launch a seminar next month focusing on risk management in the art market.

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“I can’t hang my Picassos”: clarity over censorship needed for art market in Dubai

01 September 2016

A lack of clarity on issues of censorship is affecting Dubai’s role as a centre for the art market, delegates at the Art Business Conference heard today.

Art Business Conference set for September

13 May 2016

Tickets are now available for the third Art Business Conference which will take place at Church House Conference Centre in Westminster, London on September 1.

Topics announced for upcoming Art Business Conference

03 August 2015

Details have been unveiled of the second Art Business Conference to be held at the Church House Conference Centre in London on September 3.

Minister to headline new art trade forum

16 June 2014

Culture Minister Ed Vaizey is to headline the first Art Business Conference, a new event scheduled for September 4 in London that will tackle key issues for trade professionals.

CINOA discuss politics

24 May 2005

AT this year’s CINOA General Assembly, held in New York from May 12 to 14, delegates representing dealers associations from more than 20 countries discussed two political areas which they felt threatened the international art market.

Art of Dealing looks to future of the trade: Programme will mix vision with down-to-earth advice

28 February 2005

DEALERS who have been waiting in vain for a sustained up-turn in business are being urged to register for the fourth Art of Dealing conference on May 16.