Carlos Costa-Rodrigues is an attorney-adviser with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of International Affairs, where he is assigned to the International Enforcement section. Carlos is primarily involved with investigations involving foreign corruption by U.S. companies. Carlos began his career as a criminal prosecutor in Boston, and has held various law enforcement positions with the U.S. federal government. From 2001 to 2010, Carlos traveled to Mozambique intermittently on behalf of the U.S. Department of Justice to provide technical assistance to the Mozambican Attorney General’s Office in investigating and prosecuting major crimes, including corruption, drug trafficking, money laundering and financial crimes. Carlos has received several awards for his contributions to federal law enforcement. Carlos has also been a featured speaker on behalf of the U.S. Government in many foreign countries in Asia, Africa and South America. Carlos holds a bachelor degree in criminal justice from Northeastern University, College of Criminal Justice and a juris doctor degree from Northeastern University School of Law.