Antenor Madruga is the founding partner at FeldensMadruga, in Brasilia. A doctorate-level practitioner with a PhD from the University of São Paulo (USP), Madruga has been a member of the Brazilian Bar since 1991. He practices in the areas of Litigation, corporate Ethics and Business Crimes, specializing in multijurisdictional cases. Has worked extensively on plea-bargain and leniency agreements unfolding from “Operation Car Wash." Prior to joining private practice, Madruga was a federal attorney (1996 to 2007), holding various positions for the federal government. These included National Secretary of Justice, Director of Assets Recovery and International Cooperation of the Ministry of Justice, Adjunct Attorney-General, member of the Board of the Brazilian Financial Unit (COAF) and coordinator of the National Strategy for Combating Corruption and Money Laundering (ENCCLA). During this time, he led the Brazilian team in negotiations of mutual legal assistance treaties with the United States and Switzerland, among others.
Impact of illegal wildlife trade on business
The first in a series in a series of joint publications with the Basel Institute on Governance looks at the impact of illegal wildlife trade on business. See the perspective of Academy Fellow Antenor Madruga on this topic.
Analysis on Legality of Exchange of Financial Intelligence
Antenor Madruga co-published an analysis on the legality of the exchange of financial intelligence by Financial Intelligence Units, Egmont Group members and the efficacy of such data in money laundering crimes.
Blogs of Interest
The Necessary Balance Between Public Interest and Private Protection
Antenor Madruga writes on the need to strike a balance between public interest and private protection in compliance programs.
Collection of Articles About Compliance Set to Launch Later This Month
Antenor Madruga contributed to the book "Specific Themes on Compliance,” a collection of articles about compliance set to launch in Brazil on 26 June and 1 July. The publication explores compliance in a systemic way, explaining how companies must be proactive in protecting themselves against the risks associated with non-compliance.