Marijn Ridderikhof is a financial integrity consultant for McDonell-Nadeau, the IMF and the Council of Europe. He is an experienced global AML/CFT and Anti-Corruption specialist with extensive knowledge of regulating and supervising financial institutions and designated non-financial businesses and professions, and of the FATF Standards, the Mutual Evaluation and ICRG processes.

Marijn has worked at the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) as a senior expert in integrity supervision when he led several projects in this field, including in the Netherlands and the Dutch Caribbean. He represented DNB in the Delegation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the FATF and CFATF for many years, including through participation in the FATF working groups responsible for the revision of the AML/CFT Standards. He also served as a financial expert in the Mutual Evaluations of Australia and South Africa.

Marijn is a graduate of the University of Amsterdam with a Master’s degree in Law (LL.M with a specialization in European and International Law) and passed several exams in Economic and Commercial Law, and also in International Relations at the Université de Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne).