Antenor Madruga, is one of the founding partners of FeldensMadruga, a Brazilian law firm that specializes in white-collar crime, compliance and crisis management.
Prior to joining private practice in 2007, he was a Federal Attorney, having held various positions at the Brazilian Federal Government, such as 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 (Council for Financial Activities Control – COAF) and coordinator of the National Strategy for Combating Corruption and Money Laundering (ENCCLA). He also served as Chairman of the Group of Experts on International Cooperation of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes - UNODC, was the Vice-President of the Conference of Parties to the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and headed the Brazilian delegations for the negotiations of the mutual legal assistance treaties in criminal matters between Brazil and Germany, Spain and China.
Mr. Madruga has worked in several significant multi-jurisdictional cases both in his public service and private practice. He is a member of FraudNet, the international network of lawyers that specializes in asset recovery, operating under the aegis of the International Chamber of Commerce, and of the Roxin Alliance, an international association of white-collar crime lawyers.
Mr Madruga holds a doctorate from the University of São Paulo and an LLM from the Pontifica Catholic University of São Paulo and is the author of several publications on International Law, Criminal Law and International Legal Cooperation.