- White Collar Crime
- Juris Doctor by Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.
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César Pantoja is a member of the White Collar Crime area. He was Deputy Prosecutor of the Ad-Hoc Prosecutor’s Office for Fujimori-Montesinos Case (2002-2005), where he represented the Peruvian State in important investigations involving crimes of corruption by officials. He was legal advisor to the Episcopal Commission for Social Action – CEAS (1996-2000). Invited by the Sadley, Austin & Brown Study to participate in the Lucchetti controversy against the Peruvian State before the World Bank.
César Pantoja is a lawyer from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.
He has participated in various international events in criminal law and human rights, such as those organized by the Institute for Comparative Studies in Criminal and Social Sciences – INECIP (September 1996), the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires ( September 1996), the Diego Portales University, in Santiago de Chile (November 1997), the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights in San José, Costa Rica (September 1998) and the Pastoral Technological Institute for Latin America – ITEPAL, Bogotá (April 1999). Aswell, César was a lecturer at various events related to criminal law and the fight against corruption.
In addition to his experience in state sponsorship, he has specialized in banking criminal law issues.
César is in charge of the criminal portfolio of Banco Internacional del Perú, Banco Pichincha and Banco de Crédito del Perú.