Nicholas Raudenski


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Nick Raudenski has worked in sports integrity and corruption investigations for the past 9 years, and previously for 13 years as a criminal investigator combatting transnational organised crime as a senior criminal and supervisory special agent at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Nick was the Integrity Officer at UEFA and an Integrity Manager at FIFA where he managed intelligence networks, conducted ethics investigations, supervised betting monitoring capabilities, and administered prevention campaigns to counter the threat of on- and off- field corruption from match-fixing and bribery globally.

Recently, Nick was the lead investigator into a large-scale anti-doping and corruption investigation that brought down three high-ranking officials in international weightlifting. Previously, Nick was also the lead in several internationally renowned match-fixing cases such as the “2010 SAFA (South Africa) match-fixing scandal” and the life ban of (former) FIFA Referee Joseph Lamptey in the manipulation of the 2018 World Cup Qualifying match South Africa vs Senegal.

Nick earned a master’s degree from The American University and a bachelor’s from Seton Hall University. Nick recently founded the boutique sports integrity consultancy firm – RISC, which provides tailored services in the areas of investigation, intelligence, and capacity building.