| Mariano Federici |
|Born||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
Mariano Federici's Linked in profile stated as of February 2020:
Mr. Federici is an international expert in the field of financial integrity. He has a vast experience in advising governments and financial systems, and has exercised senior responsibilities at the national and international levels, in the area of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF).
Mr. Federici was President of Argentina’s Financial Information Unit (Argentina’s FIU) from January 2016 to January 2020. During his term, Mr. Federici held numerous international positions in global AML/CFT organizations, such as:
- Chair of the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units.
- Vice Chair of the Egmont Group’s Committee.
- Regional Representative for the America’s at the Egmont Group.
- Chair of the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) Heads of FIU Forum.
- Co-chair of the FATF’s Risk, Trends and Methods Working Group (RTMG).
- Co-Chair of the Grupo de Acción Financiera de Latinoamerica (GAFILAT)’s Mutual Evaluations Working Group.
- Alternate National Coordinator of the Republic of Argentina at the FATF and GAFILAT.
In the past, Mr Federici worked as Senior Counsel at the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Legal Department and Regional Advisor for the IMF’s Legal Department in Latin America and The Caribbean, providing policy, legal and technical advice to IMF member countries on financial integrity issues. He also worked as a Foreign Associate for Sullivan & Cromwell.
Mr. Federici has successfully managed public sector institutions, large teams and projects and has exercised leadership in his home country, at the regional and global levels, making important contributions to promoting financial integrity in the international financial system.
Mr. Federici was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is an Argentine lawyer graduated from the Catholic University of Argentina with an LL.M. (Master in Laws) from the University of Virginia's School of Law, in the United States.
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