A key player in a federal investigation that brought down kingpins in the international drug trade and toppled the seventh largest privately held bank in the world, Robert Mazur has now transitioned from a career as a secret agent of the United States government to a life as a noted writer, public speaker, and private consultant. Mazur spent five years working as an undercover operative in several countries, most notably Colombia, where he penetrated operations tied to infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar. While in deep cover, he served as a conduit for corrupt bankers and drug cartels, learning the most hidden secrets in the money laundering trade."Mazur not only took the lead undercover role but fought valiantly against the bureaucratic difficulties," says former Presidential nominee, Senator John Kerry. "It was as significant an accomplishment as we have seen in law enforcement in recent times."Now President of Chase & Associates, a forensic investigation firm, Mazur is applying what he learned in his clandestine past to his dealings in the private sector, traveling the lecture circuit and designing curriculum for clients ranging from local law enforcement agencies to Fortune 500 companies.Mazur's book, The Infiltrator, details his involvement in what FBI chief Robert Mueller calls "One of the largest money laundering prosecutions in U.S. history.""Bob Mazur is a dedicated individual who has demonstrated courage and leadership and has written a book that is next to none in the field of undercover,"
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