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Friday, September 4 • 16:30 - 18:00
Plenary V: Grand Corruption: How to Stop the Corrupt Stealing from You and Me

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To end impunity for corruption what international structural changes need to take place? What kind of collaboration between sectors and countries is still needed? How can we ensure a safe environment for people of integrity to take action against impunity for corruption?

The closing plenary session will take stock of the outcomes from the previous plenary sessions and outline what needs to change in order to address the greatest global challenge of all: Impunity for corruption.

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Frank Vogl

Co-founder, Individual Member
For more than 40 years, as a journalist, as a World Bank senior official, as an anti-corruption civil society leader, Frank has been engaged with global economics, banking, governance and anti-corruption. Co-founder and former Vice Chairman/Advisor to the Managing Director/Member of the Advisory Council – Transparency International (TI) | Co-founder/Member of the Board of Directors and former Vice Chairman – Partnership for... Read More →

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Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim

Chairman, Anti-Corruption Advisory Board of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
Tunku Abdul Aziz Ibrahim has held senior management positions in large private and public sector organisations in Malaysia, Hong Kong and the UK. | | He began his business career with the Guthrie Corporation Ltd., after completing his tertiary education in England and Australia. He then moved to the Central Bank of Malaysia as Advisor. He returned to the private sector, his preferred option, joining Dunlop Malaysian Industries before being... Read More →
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Jean-Louis Nadal

President, French High Authority for transparency in public life
Jean-Louis Nadal was appointed President of the High Authority for the Transparency of Public Life by decree of the President of the Republic in December 2013, after his nomination was approved by the Committees of the laws of the French Assemblée Nationale and by the French Senate. M. Nadal is also the Honorary Attorney General at the French Court of Cassation. | | Having studied at theEcole Nationale de la Magistrature, and with a... Read More →
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Simon Peh

Commissioner, Icac, Hong Kong
Simon Peh joined the Hong Kong Immigration Department as an Immigration Officer in April 1978 after graduating from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.  He studied public policy and administration at the Graduate School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley in 1991-92.  He attended the Royal College of Defence in London in 2001 and was awarded a Master Degree in International Relations by the King’s College London.  He was... Read More →
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Salil Shetty

Secretary General, Amnesty International
Salil Shetty joined Amnesty International as the organization’s eighth Secretary General in July 2010. A long-term activist on poverty and justice, he leads the movement’s worldwide work to end human rights violations. Prior to joining Amnesty International, Shetty was Director of the United Nations Millennium Campaign from 2003 to 2010. He played a pivotal role in building the global advocacy campaign for the achievement of the Millennium... Read More →
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Cobus De Swardt

Managing Director, TI-S
Cobus joined Transparency International in 2004 and was appointed Managing Director in 2007. His experience spans the fields of globalisation, development policy, international relations and business management. Cobus has taught and worked at universities, multinational corporations, trade unions and research institutes in managerial and research related roles around the world. During the 1980s and early 1990s, he was active in the anti-apartheid... Read More →

Friday September 4, 2015 16:30 - 18:00
Plenary Hall

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