Gustavo González Báez y Cardoso
Gustavo Gonzalez Baez is a lawyer with thirty years of service in the Mexican government. He has spent the last ten years before retiring to the private sector representing Mexico’s Attorney General in Washington D.C. where he was also the Minister for Criminal and Narcotic Affairs, at the Mexican Embassy.
His work consisted in investigations and criminal trials in coordination with the various agencies of justice of the United States of America and Canada such as the FBI, DEA, ATF, U.S. Customs, the Department of Justice, the Department of State, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and multiple states of the American Union such as New York, California, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Florida, etc.
Additional responsibilities included the selection, training and evaluation of thousands of policemen, investigators, and Mexican prosecutors who, chosen by Gonzalez Baez as member of the Bi-National Committee of Legal Cooperation, passed their training in the FBI Academy of Quantico, Virginia.
Once leaving the public sector, Gonzalez Baez made use of his experience through working with a variety of international Investigation and Risk Consulting companies such as DSFX, Decision Strategies, and the Mexican affiliate Decisiones Estratégicas de México, SA de CV. Most recently he has worked for Kroll as Senior Risk Consultant, and is Senior Partner of Mexican Law Firm, Vale, Levenberg & Velis.
During the evaluation and analysis period of the police corps of Mexico City, undertaken by the company Giuliani Partners, Gonzalez Baez was subcontracted by the former New York City Major to be part of the assessing team.
GGB is Senior Partner of the Transparency Group, since 2008, and Director General for GEOSI, a Mexican investigative firm.