William R. Schroeder
The President and founder of Madison Associates, Inc., William R. Schroeder, is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of money laundering and asset forfeiture. He founded Madison in 1997 with the goal of providing the knowledge, skills and abilities related to law enforcement he developed while with the FBI to other government agencies and the governments of other countries. Since that time, MAI has grown and evolved into a preeminent firm, providing forensic accounting and financial investigative services to Federal enforcement agencies, Federal prosecutors and Federal Courts.
After 27 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Mr. Schroeder retired as Forfeiture Counsel for the FBI in the Office of the General Counsel where he oversaw the FBI's domestic and international efforts to use money laundering laws and asset forfeiture as an enforcement tool to disrupt and dismantle criminal activity engaged in:
- » Organized Crime
- » Drug Trafficking
- » Money Laundering
- » Health Care Fraud
- » Bank Fraud
Mr. Schroeder has successfully designed anti-money laundering strategies, drafted foundational legislation establishing anti-money laundering and asset forfeiture regimes and developed national programs to address institutional and legal weaknesses for countries in the Caribbean, South and Central America, Eastern Europe, and the United States.