International legal practitioner and Jurist who worked for several private firms in Africa, in New York and Washington DC on Anti-Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering and on International Taxation, and has advised several Governments Institutions.
Ph.D. in International Criminal Law (SUSL); University of Miami School of Law (LLM and Post Graduate Certificate in International Taxation and Money Laundering); Law Graduate from the National University of Benin (LLB, Master of Law), NYU: Professional Certificate of Corporate Ethics and Compliance; UPENN: Regulatory Compliance Specialization Certificate; Corporate Social Responsibility Certificate; Wharton: Certificate of Corruption; Yale: Certificates of Financial Markets; Global Financial Crisis: Harvard: Higher Education Teaching Certificate and more; Stanford: Professional Certificate of Comparative Equality and anti-Discrimination; MIT: Certificate of Money and Banking; Columbia: Certificate of Economics of Money and Banking; WVU: Certificate of Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination; Georgetown University: Certificate of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism.
He is a member of the International Bar Association, American Bar Association, PCCE, CAPI, and regularly participates in FAFT-GAFI, as well as FACTI and UN conferences on IFFs.
He is also an author of several articles on IFFs. He hosts a podcast: GOAL16 by GuyChristian, that addresses issues of Illicit Financial Flows and Corruption.
GACAIFFP was created by a group of highly trained private professional strategists working in Anti-Illicit Financial Flows and Anti-Corruption who concluded that Illicit Financial Flows and corruption prevention certifications and training were ready to evolve to meet the SDGs set by the international community.
Therefore, they conceived a practical and effective process of building capacity of countries facing IFFs and corruption because financial crimes are multiple and interelated and training for a single area became obsolete.
As a result, GACAIFFP combined twelve certificates (AML, Trade misinvoicing, cyber-crimes, fraud, bribery, corruption, tax evasion, Transfer mispricing sanctions, terrorist financing, compliance programs, asset recovery, crypto crimes, and investigations) for its unique Certified Anti-Illicit Financial Flows Professionals CAIFFP, building capacity training program.