Compliance, transparency and the fight against corruption are increasingly high priorities for the World Bank operations and funded projects around the world, with the bank increasingly using the full array of tools, including sanctions, debarment, voluntary disclosure policies and compliance monitoring, to respond to past misconduct and prevent future infractions.
Join WilmerHale, the World Bank and The Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) at Georgetown University Law Center for a panel discussion about the World Bank's global anti-corruption, compliance and transparency priorities. Dr. Christopher J. Brummer, IIEL Faculty Director and Professor of Law will open the discussion.
- Pascale Dubois, Vice President of Integrity, World Bank
- Frank Heemskerk, Executive Director, World Bank (and former Trade Minister for the Netherlands) representing the constituency of Armenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Israel, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, The Netherlands, Romania and Ukraine
- Ron Machen, Former US Attorney for the District of Columbia; Partner, WilmerHale with a focus on government enforcement actions, corporate and congressional investigations, compliance monitoring, and general business litigation
- Grant Aldonas, IIEL Executive Director, Georgetown University Law Center; former US Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade
- Naboth van den Broek, IIEL Senior Distinguished Fellow; Partner, WilmerHale
About The Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) at Georgetown University Law Center:
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