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Antenor Madruga

Antenor Madruga is one of the founding partners of FeldensMadruga, a Brazilian law firm that specialises in white-collar crime, compliance and crisis management.

Between 1996 and 2007, prior to joining private practice, he was a federal attorney, and held various positions at the Brazilian federal government, such as National Secretary of Justice; Director of Assets Recovery and International Cooperation (DRCI) of the Ministry of Justice; Adjunct Attorney-General; member of the Board of the Brazilian Financial Unit (Council for Financial Activities Control – COAF) and coordinator of the National Strategy for Combating Corruption and Money Laundering (ENCCLA).

Currently he is a member of the Board of Self-Regulation of the Brazilian Federation of Banks; a member of FraudNet, a network lawyers on issues related to fraud and white-collar crimes formed under the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and of the Roxin Alliance, an international network of lawyers specialising in white-collar crimes.

He holds a doctorate from the University of São Paulo and an LLM from the Pontificia Catholic University of São Paulo.