Antonio Martino is accomplished in white collar crime matters and in particular with reference to tax, financial, bankruptcy crimes and crimes against public administrations as well as around preventing the use of financial systems for money laundering purposes.

As senior Officer of  the Italian Tax Police (Guardia di Finanza) for over ten years (1999 – 2010), he served as Head of Judicial Police at the Prosecutor of Milan Office and he coordinated some of the most relevant national and international investigations on corruption, fraudulent bankruptcy, fraud against the State, tax and financial crimes and money laundering.

Furthermore, Antonio gained consolidated experience on international taxation matters involving (natural) persons and non-commercial bodies.

Over the last six years, he has worked for the Italian Revenue Agency - where he directed the Central Office for the fight against international tax evasion (UCIFI), at the Central Directorate of Assessment in Rome.

He was part of the Ministerial Commission for the introduction of the crime of self-laundering in Italy. He also contributed to the revision of the regulation on fiscal monitoring of foreign financial activity and assets held abroad and he was one of the creators  of the Italian Voluntary Disclosure Program.