AML Conversations: The Widespread Use of Antiquities to Commit Terrorist Acts and How the AML Community Can Help

Welcome to this episode of our podcast series, AML Conversations.

In this edition of AML Conversations, AML RightSource Vice Chairman, John Byrne, sat down with the founder of the Antiquities Coalition. The Antiquities Coalition is a nonprofit organization created roughly four years ago to stop the use of stolen antiquities as terrorist financing tools for extremist organizations, a very compelling part of anti-terrorist financing. The Antiquities Coalition conducts excellent advocacy and awareness work dealing with the need for countries around the world to create relevant laws and regulations to address stolen antiquities and their use as a tool to commit horrific crimes.

AML Conversations is available to stream on SoundCloud and iTunes.

AML Conversations is dedicated to inform professionals and those interested in anti-money laundering about conversations happening in the government, private sector, and internationally. The series is composed of interviews, live programming, and panel discussions related to the industry to keep our listeners well-informed.

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