B.A., J.D., George Washington University
Jack Smith is a certified anti-money laundering specialist and teaches “International Money Laundering, Corruption and Terrorism” at the George Washington University Law School. He served as Deputy General Counsel or General Counsel for three United States agencies: the FDIC, Federal Home Loan Bank Board and FCC. At the FDIC, Professor Smith supervised programs that recovered $6 billion for misconduct and fraud connected to the banking crisis of the 1980s and 1990s. In 2006, with support of the Swiss government, he founded the International Centre for Asset Recovery in Basel, Switzerland to train and assist developing countries to pursue corruption and asset recovery cases.