The new guidance provides some welcome clarity for art businesses, but a few grey areas remain
Many art businesses still have work to do in complying with new anti-money laundering regulations – and in properly understanding the risks
The new trading arrangements between Britain and the EU will affect how art is bought and sold – and art businesses need to wise up on them
Dealers and auction houses will need to think strategically as they try to weather the pandemic and its fallout
Recent guidance published by DCMS highlights implications for the movement of goods – and art dealers would do well to take note
When commercial galleries in the UK reopen, they will need to be mindful of social-distancing rules and wary of legal obligations for online sales
What steps can art businesses take to temper the risks they face during the Covid-19 pandemic?
The 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive has passed into UK law. What impact will it have on the British art market?