Corruption operates across borders and industries and at all levels of government, society, and the economy. Its consequences cannot be overstated – it undermines public trust in governments and democratic institutions, increases inequality, and incentivizes criminality.
The IFIs, the public and private sectors, as well as civil society and NGOs, all play a key role in helping to measure, diagnose and address corruption, and in formulating a global set of anti-corruption norms and standards.
This panel of distinguished experts will bring multi-faceted perspectives to discuss how the global community can tackle the roots of corruption by leveraging innovative governance tools and strategies.
- Mr. Edward Olowo-Okere, Director, Governance Global Practice, World Bank
- Ms. Lisa Kelaart-Courtney, Director, Prevention and Compliance Division, Office of Anticorruption and Integrity, Asian Development Bank
- Ms. Chinwe Esimai, Managing Director, Chief Anti-Bribery & Corruption Officer, Citi
- Ms. Hanne Juncher, Executive Secretary, Group of States Against Corruption, GRECO
- Mr. Frank Vogl, Chairman, Partnership for Transparency Fund, and Author, "The Enablers"
Moderator: William R. Rhodes, Vice Chair, BWC
The event will be on the record, and a video will be made available on our website after the event.
For questions or registration, please contact the Secretariat at [email protected].