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Steven D'Antuono

Partner, Advisory, Forensic, KPMG LLP

Washington D.C.
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Steven D'Antuono

Partner, Advisory, Forensic

Steven D’Antuono is a Partner with KPMG LLP’s Forensic Advisory Services practice in the Washington, DC Office, with over 27 years of experience in financial crimes investigations and compliance.

Steve, a Certified Public Accountant, began his career with the FBI as a Forensic Accountant and promoted shortly after to a Special Agent working financial crimes and public corruption investigations. In his 26 plus years with the FBI, Steve held several high ranking senior leadership positions investigating some of the most high profile cases in the FBI’s history. He spent over 2 years as the Financial Crimes Section Chief for the FBI, overseeing the entire FBI portfolio of white collar crimes cases. In that time he built robust private/public partnerships with the financial services industry, including foreign and domestic institutions, operating as retail banks, MSBs, investments banks, etc. During his tenure at the FBI he developed an expertise in all aspects of financial crimes and was the White Collar Crime instructor at the renowned FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Steve also honed an expertise in BSA/AML and became a FBI subject matter expert, testifying several times to the Senate Banking Committee and the House Finance Committee on banking related topics such as beneficial ownership, BSA, AML, etc. 

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