Jordan Arnold, head of K2 Intelligence’s Art Risk Advisory Practice, will moderate “The Role of Institutions in Maintaining Ethics” panel at the 2017 Interdisciplinary Art Crime Conference in Amelia, Italy, hosted by the Association for Research into Crimes Against Art (ARCA). This panel will focus on safeguarding cultural and natural heritage against illegal import, export, and transfer.
Abby Stanglin, an associate managing director in K2 Intelligence’s Investigations and Disputes practice, will also be attending. Abby brings her knowledge of art fraud to the conference, as she is a graduate of the Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection postgraduate program, operated by ARCA.
The conference aims to facilitate a critical appraisal of the protection of art and heritage worldwide, and will focus on exploration of the indispensable role of detection, crime prevention and criminal justice responses to all forms of art crime and the illicit trafficking in cultural property.