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Indigita published a new e-Learning course on Anti-Money-Laundering in the Art Market

Updated: May 17

Indigita SA, a Swiss regulatory company, is proud to announce the launch of its newest e-Learning course focusing on Anti-Money Laundering (AML) in the art market. The new training offers a comprehensive understanding of the art market through real-life scenarios, enhancing the Front Office's expertise in navigating AML and Due Diligence requirements.

Click here to read the press release in: EN / FR

Indigita's innovative e-Learning course addresses these challenges head-on, offering a practical approach to understanding and managing AML risks in the art market. Participants will engage with real-life scenarios, placing themselves in the role of a Relationship Manager in charge of advising a client who holds art collections. Through interactive chapters, users will refresh their understanding of money laundering fundamentals before impersonating a Relationship Manager dealing with an international client who is selling and purchasing works of art.


Another highlight of the course is that participants will gain a valuable understanding of the global AML legal landscape, with a specific focus on key directives such as the Fifth EU Money Laundering Directive (5MLD) and the UK Money Laundering Regulations. It also explores UK sanctions and bans, the UK Bribery Act 2010, and proposed money laundering regulations in the US. Finally, the course offers insights into top global unregulated markets such as China, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Singapore, outlining their unique vulnerabilities and risks.


Andrea Briganti, Director and Head of e-Learning at Indigita, said: “Participants will act as Relationship Managers travelling to luxurious locations and discovering cultural curiosities while learning the fundamentals of proper due diligence when dealing with works of art. From navigating complex ownership structures to identifying red flags, this course offers a comprehensive learning experience that blends education with adventure.”


The e-Learning course is designed to be completed in approximately 45 minutes and culminates with a final assessment to validate participants' learning progress. Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate recognised by SAQ – Swiss Association for Quality.

The e-Learning course is available as part of a corporate subscription or can be purchased by individual professionals directly through the Indigita e-Shop:


For more information about Indigita’s AML Art course:

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