Fernando Goldaracena is a partner in the Baker McKenzie Buenos Aires office. He is the head of the white-collar crime practice group and member of the compliance and investigations practice group. Prior to joining the firm, Fernando served as secretary of Federal Criminal Court No. 2 of San Isidro, where he led several criminal investigations into matters ranging from white-collar crime, public corruption to tax fraud.
Fernando is member of both the compliance and money laundering and criminal law practice groups of the prestigious city of Buenos Aires Bar Association.
Fernando advises, represents and defends the clients on anti-corruption and compliance matters, and all kind of corporate crimes, such as criminal tax evasion, money laundering, financial intermediation, trade mark frauds, environmental criminal offences, customs criminal violations, and other criminal offences perpetrated by corporations or their management or employees within a corporate structure that are decided by criminal courts or misdemeanors courts.
He has broad experience in conducting investigations into white-collar crimes, compliance and anti-corruption matters and other offences perpetrated by companies or their officers and employees, such as forgery, fraud and concealment. Fernando regularly delivers compliance training for local subsidiaries of multinational corporations, seeking adequate preventive measures on anti-corruption.