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- For more than 20 years ago, we have provided solutions against fraud and corruption to companies, governments and multilateral organizations.
- We influence the definition of public policies in many countries of the region.
- We integrate the most prestigious global networks in our practice areas.
- We train and teach in the best universities.
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Specializes in Criminal and International law. Graduated from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (1995) and received his L.L.M. from Harvard Law School (2003).
Guillermo Jorge is the founding partner of Governance Latam. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Latin American Studies at Stanford University (2001), scholar at the National Endowment for Democracy (2006), and at the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at Stanford University (2009). He is currently a lecturer for the University of San Andres Law Department, where he is director of the Anti-Corruption Program.
Recent published works includes: “The Effectiveness of the Anti Money Laundering System,” Tokatlián, Juan G. (ed.), The Failed Drug War: Towards a Post-Prohibitionist Debate, El Zorzal, Buenos Aires, 2010; “International Standards against Money Laundering,” Bernd Klose (ed.), Asset Tracing & Recovery, The FraudNet World Compendium,” Dr. Erich Schmidt-Verlag, Berlin, Alemania, 2009; “Recuperación de Activos de la Corrupción,” Editores del Puerto, Buenos Aires, 2008; “The Peruvian Efforts to Recover Proceeds from Montesino´s Criminal Network of Corruption,” Pieth, M. (ed.), Recovering Stolen Assets, Peter Lang, Bern, 2008.
Partner, Governance Latam.
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Fernando Basch is an associate researcher at the Center of Anticorruption Studies, also an associate professor at the Master in Business Law of the University of San Andrés, and is professor of economic criminal law at the Master in Laws of the University of Palermo.
He was a visiting scholar at Southwestern University School of Law,and teaches Corruption & Government at the University’s Summer Program in Buenos Aires.
Before partnering Governance Latam, Fernando served as advisor at the Argentine National Congress, at the Human Rights Program of Argentina’s General Defender’s Office, and was Director of the Justice Reform Program at the Association for Civil Rights (ADC), a leading NGO in Argentina.
He authored several articles and book chapters on criminal law, constitutional law, and anti-corruption policies, and is actively engaged in public debate on these matters in Argentina. Fernando is a Lawyer (University of Buenos Aires), with graduate studies on Criminal Law (University of Palermo), and Master in Legal and Political Theory (University College London). He was a Fulbright and a Chevening Scholar.