Emmanuel Jacob Mringo joined the Basel Institute on Governance in January 2023 as an Asset Recovery Specialist at the International Centre for Asset Recovery.
Prior to joining the institute, Emmanuel worked as an investigator and prosecutor for the Tanzanian anti-corruption agency, the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB). In this role, he was involved in the investigation and prosecution of corruption and economic offences. He subsequently transferred to the Tanzanian Ministry of Finance and Planning, where he worked as a Legal Officer.
From October to December 2022, Emmanuel worked as a consultant for ICAR in developing training materials for financial investigations in the context of environmental crime.
Emmanuel was one of the certified ICAR trainers from the Institute's train-the-trainer programme in Tanzania in 2017. He has since been involved in several training courses conducted by the PCCB, using the ICAR training methodology to build capacity within Tanzania's law enforcement agencies.
Emmanuel holds an LLB degree from Mzumbe University in Tanzania and an LLM in Oil and Gas from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Emmanuel is also a Certified Public Private Partnership (PPP) Specialist with APMG International.