- Managing Director and Head of global headquarters at Kroll
- Chief Compliance Officer at Marsh
- First Deputy New York State Inspector General
- First Deputy Special Commissioner of Investigation for New York City
- Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, Rackets Bureau
- Federal Agent in both the Drug Enforcement Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department
Robert Viteretti is the President of Exiger Advisory based in the company’s New York office. He leads a global team of over 125 experts in complex investigations, financial crime compliance, and data analytics, bringing technology-assisted solutions to clients.
As Exiger’s former deputy to the Monitor of HSBC for over four years, Robert ensured that HSBC met the directives set forth in a Deferred Prosecution Agreement between them and the U.S. Department of Justice. He led a team in excess of 400, which included former prosecutors, FBI agents and other investigative professionals across the globe, reviewing HSBC’s compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) and terrorist financing laws in 75 countries.
Robert joined Exiger from Kroll, where he was Managing Director and Head of its global headquarters. He led internal investigations, as well as investigations of fraud, organized crime, and public corruption. While there, Robert was retained by the political party Labor Ukraine to investigate the President of Ukraine for his alleged role in the murder of a journalist. Before Kroll, Robert served as the Chief Compliance Officer at Marsh, a $5 billion brokerage subsidiary of Marsh & McClennan. In this role, Robert established and monitored compliance policies and programs for Marsh’s operations in more than 100 countries. Prior to Marsh, Robert served as the First Deputy New York State Inspector General, and First Deputy Special Commissioner of Investigation for New York City.
Robert began his law career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Rackets Bureau. As a prosecutor there, he won racketeering convictions of 16 members of the John Gotti crime family and achieved New York State’s first successful prosecution of traditional organized crime using the Organized Crime Control Act. It was the first time the law was successfully used to prosecute crimes of murder, extortion, and drug trafficking. Prior to the District Attorney’s office, Robert began his professional career as an Agent, both with the Drug Enforcement Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department.
- Northeastern University, B.A.
- Fordham University School of Law, J.D.
- Adjunct professor at Manhattan College
- Frequent Lecturer on criminal justice issues