Because the market for fine art and antiquities is secretive and largely unsupervised, it is a haven in which criminals can easily launder their ill-gotten gains – to the tune of an estimated $3 billion in 2018. In this concise and illuminating article, journalist Tom Mashberg paints a colorful picture of what is largely the last unregulated financial market in the world.
About the Author
Tom Mashberg is a syndicated journalist who writes about crimes in art and rare artifacts.
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