Raja Chatterjee is the Global Head of the Anti-Corruption Group at Morgan Stanley. Raja created the Anti-Corruption Group and implemented policies and procedures to provide guidance to the Firm on compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and relevant anti-corruption laws and regulations around the world. He regularly conducts and evaluates anti-corruption due diligence for business intermediaries and investment transactions considered by the Firm.
Raja is also the Global Franchise Committee Officer and a member of the Firm's Global Franchise Committee, which is responsible for reviewing a wide range of activities and transactions posing potentially significant franchise risks. Raja has been involved in firm-wide initiatives including global business conflicts reviews, cross-border legal initiatives, and training programs on a variety of subjects.
Prior to this position, Raja worked in the Litigation Department, primarily on regulatory and law enforcement matters globally and across the Firm's business lines. Raja joined Morgan Stanley as a member of the Firm's Anti-Money Laundering Group.
Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Raja was a prosecutor for ten years, most recently at the Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, in Washington, DC. Raja also served as an Assistant District Attorney at the New York County District Attorney's Office.