Mr. Greenberg provides consulting services on anti-money laundering, asset forfeiture, mutual legal assistance, asset recovery, fraud, FCPA, anti-corruption and financial institution compliance programs. He worked to help Arab Spring countries recover stolen assets; and to establish the “International Coalition to Protect Egyptian Antiquities” including a site survey in Egypt with a select group of Egyptologists and was contributor to “Human Trafficking: Customer and Financial Traits That May Present Risk”, Bankers’ Alliance, Thomson Reuters Foundation and the NY District Attorney’s Office (February 2014)”.
Mr. Greenberg joined the World Bank in 2003 as Senior Legal Counsel and served in the Financial Sector Vice Presidency where he helped design and implement the Bank’s global technical assistance program to combat money laundering and terrorist financing. Mr. Greenberg helped create and implement the World Bank/UNODC Stolen Asset Recovery (StAR) Initiative to help countries recover the proceeds of corruption.
Before joining the Bank Mr. Greenberg served in the U.S. Department of Justice for 29 years in managerial and prosecutorial positions. He was an Assistant United States Attorney (EDVA) and Deputy Chief Fraud Section Chief, Money Laundering Section Deputy Chief (Crim. Div. Fraud Section). As a member of the U.S. Delegation to the Financial Action Task Force he played a key role in the 1996 and 2003 revisions of the FATF 40 Recommendations on Money Laundering and the writing of the Special Eight Recommendations on Terrorist Financing in 2001. Mr. Greenberg was the Deputy Independent Counsel, In Re Michael Espy.