Javier Cervantes leads BSA’s data analytics strategies by providing data solutions that enable BSA’s enforcement programs run efficiently. He focuses on developing and maintaining analytics across the organization to help drive business decisions. Cervantes also manages the day-to-day operations of BSA’s Internet enforcement program, which aims to reduce the distribution of unlicensed software online.
His previous experiences include conducting empirical research on anti-money laundering, analyzing taxpayer’s data to increase tax debt collection, and providing technical assistance to financial rural institutions to deliver financial services to underserved populations.
Cervantes received his MS in Applied Economics from the Johns Hopkins University, and his MA in Economic Analysis from the Pompeu Fabra University. He also earned a BS in Economics by the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He is based in BSA’s Washington, DC office.