The Experts

Nawal AÏT-HOCINE

Nawal has proven experience in ethics and compliance across industrial and service multinational corporations: Legal and Compliance Director at Metalor, Sustainability Director at Cartier EMEA, Compliance Manager at Reuters and Legal Department Manager at SGS Group. As such she developed and implemented compliance programmes and systems, helped drive sustainability and compliance projects and conducted complex audits. In her different engagements, the prevention of corruption was always a key element, internally as well with third parties. Within EuroCompliance her key focus is assessing the maturity of anti-corruption management systems in an effort to ensure continuous improvement for our clients.

Nawal has proven experience in ethics and compliance across industrial and service multinational corporations: Legal and Compliance Director at Metalor, Sustainability Director at Cartier EMEA, Compliance Manager at Reuters and Legal Department Manager at SGS Group. As such she developed and implemented compliance programmes and systems, helped drive sustainability and compliance projects and conducted complex audits. In her different engagements, the prevention of corruption was always a key element, internally as well with third parties. Within EuroCompliance her key focus is assessing the maturity of anti-corruption management systems in an effort to ensure continuous improvement for our clients.

Malika AÏT-MOHAMED PARENT

Spécialisée dans la lutte contre la corruption dans le secteur de l’aide, Malika est conférencière internationale, enseignante et chercheur. Ses recherches font suite à une expérience de 30 ans dans le secteur humanitaire, dans des rôles opérationnels et stratégiques, notamment au sein du Secrétariat général de la Fédération internationale des Sociétés de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge. Elle enseigne aujourd’hui les risques de corruption dans le secteur de l’aide notamment à l’Académie Internationale Anti-Corruption (Vienne), auprès du Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center (Genève), à l’Université de Montréal ou à  l’Université de Genève. Elle est Membre du ‘Comité Indépendant d’Audit et de Surveillance’ du Haut-Commissariat aux Réfugiés à Genève, et du ‘Independent Oversight Advisory Committee’ du Bureau International du travail . Elle contribue à des enquêtes administratives internes dans le secteur humanitaire et à des audits de programme de prévention de la corruption. Malika est également une synergologue certifiée.

Spécialisée dans la lutte contre la corruption dans le secteur de l’aide, Malika est conférencière internationale, enseignante et chercheur. Ses recherches font suite à une expérience de 30 ans dans le secteur humanitaire, dans des rôles opérationnels et stratégiques, notamment au sein du Secrétariat général de la Fédération internationale des Sociétés de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge. Elle enseigne aujourd’hui les risques de corruption dans le secteur de l’aide notamment à l’Académie Internationale Anti-Corruption (Vienne), auprès du Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center (Genève), à l’Université de Montréal ou à  l’Université de Genève. Elle est Membre du ‘Comité Indépendant d’Audit et de Surveillance’ du Haut-Commissariat aux Réfugiés à Genève, et du ‘Independent Oversight Advisory Committee’ du Bureau International du travail . Elle contribue à des enquêtes administratives internes dans le secteur humanitaire et à des audits de programme de prévention de la corruption. Malika est également une synergologue certifiée.

Christian DÉRAMAUX

Christian has broad experience in high corruption risk countries such as Tunisia, Côte d’Ivoire, Pakistan, Indonesia and China from his role in business partner qualification at the Alcatel-Lucent Group.
He then developed his expertise as an independent auditor for SGS. Broadening his expertise of the anti-corruption management systems with SMEs such as Marvel, AME International and FMI Groupe and with big corporations such as Alstom, Airbus and RoyalHaskoning DHV. Christian also worked with Celeste in the monitoring of the integrity department of the World Bank.

Christian has broad experience in high corruption risk countries such as Tunisia, Côte d’Ivoire, Pakistan, Indonesia and China from his role in business partner qualification at the Alcatel-Lucent Group.
He then developed his expertise as an independent auditor for SGS. Broadening his expertise of the anti-corruption management systems with SMEs such as Marvel, AME International and FMI Groupe and with big corporations such as Alstom, Airbus and RoyalHaskoning DHV. Christian also worked with Celeste in the monitoring of the integrity department of the World Bank.

Michel FREBOURG

Michel spent 30 years in the French law enforcement in the field of transnational crime, particularly trafficking, fraud and money laundering. His professional carrier included assignments to the USA as police liaison officer, Bangkok as South-East Asia regional liaison officer and Thailand and Myanmar as police attaché. He moved to the private sector as Asia-Pacific head of security for PPR (now Kering), based in Hong Kong, where he was in charge of the implementation of the prevention corruption programme including training of the operational teams across Asia. Michel then became an anti-corruption programme auditor in behalf of SGS including assignments in Bangladesh (integrity monitoring of two companies for the World Bank), China and Philippines. In the framework of ISO 37001 certification process, he conducted an audit in Bangkok and Singapore of four business units of a company in the energy sector. Michel lives in Bangkok.

Michel spent 30 years in the French law enforcement in the field of transnational crime, particularly trafficking, fraud and money laundering. His professional carrier included assignments to the USA as police liaison officer, Bangkok as South-East Asia regional liaison officer and Thailand and Myanmar as police attaché. He moved to the private sector as Asia-Pacific head of security for PPR (now Kering), based in Hong Kong, where he was in charge of the implementation of the prevention corruption programme including training of the operational teams across Asia. Michel then became an anti-corruption programme auditor in behalf of SGS including assignments in Bangladesh (integrity monitoring of two companies for the World Bank), China and Philippines. In the framework of ISO 37001 certification process, he conducted an audit in Bangkok and Singapore of four business units of a company in the energy sector. Michel lives in Bangkok.

David van KLAVEREN

David has a distinguished career establishing internal audit and finance controlsin high risk countries for big multinational companies such as Ballast Nedam Group, Interbeton and HVA Group.In particular he initiated the Business Control Framework of DHV Holding Implementing, managing and monitoring the financial reporting, control structure and management accounting with a particular interest in business ethics and anti-corruption systems management.
Armed with this experience, he has recently been involved in the audit of private subsidiaries of the Orange Group and Groupe Schneider Electric, and the public organisation PSE SA in Poland.

David has a distinguished career establishing internal audit and finance controlsin high risk countries for big multinational companies such as Ballast Nedam Group, Interbeton and HVA Group.In particular he initiated the Business Control Framework of DHV Holding Implementing, managing and monitoring the financial reporting, control structure and management accounting with a particular interest in business ethics and anti-corruption systems management.
Armed with this experience, he has recently been involved in the audit of private subsidiaries of the Orange Group and Groupe Schneider Electric, and the public organisation PSE SA in Poland.

Jean-Pierre MÉAN

Jean-Pierre, with a background as lawyer, has spent his professional career entirely dedicated to the fight against corruption. With recent roles as a Legal Director in SGS, Landis&Gyr, and Alcan Aluminium and Chief Compliance Officer with EBRD and SGS Group,
He was President and is still a member of the Transparency International Advisory Committee in Switzerland. He also contributes to the development of international best practice as anti-corruption member of the International Chamber of Commerce, chairing the Task Force in charge of issuing the 2011 Edition of the ICC Rules on Combating Corruption. Jean-Pierre is also the representative of Switzerland assisting the Commission with the work of the ISO committees. As such, he played an active role and participated to the writing of the ISO standard and chaired the working group on the competences required on the ISO 37001 (ISO 17021-9) auditors.
Finally he has recently participated in the anti-bribery management systems audits of Alstom, Airbus and Crédit Agricole.

Jean-Pierre, with a background as lawyer, has spent his professional career entirely dedicated to the fight against corruption. With recent roles as a Legal Director in SGS, Landis&Gyr, and Alcan Aluminium and Chief Compliance Officer with EBRD and SGS Group,
He was President and is still a member of the Transparency International Advisory Committee in Switzerland. He also contributes to the development of international best practice as anti-corruption member of the International Chamber of Commerce, chairing the Task Force in charge of issuing the 2011 Edition of the ICC Rules on Combating Corruption. Jean-Pierre is also the representative of Switzerland assisting the Commission with the work of the ISO committees. As such, he played an active role and participated to the writing of the ISO standard and chaired the working group on the competences required on the ISO 37001 (ISO 17021-9) auditors.
Finally he has recently participated in the anti-bribery management systems audits of Alstom, Airbus and Crédit Agricole.

Diane PINNA

Before starting a career in compliance, Diane worked for ten years in the Ministry of Justice.  During this experience, she acquired a very strong understanding of the operations of institutional organizations. Diane served in several roles at the Ministry of Justice including:  Deputy Head of the Press Office in the Ministry’s Communications Division; Member of the Ministerial Cabinet, Secretary General of the National Council of Commercial Courts, and Editor of regulatory and legislative texts relating to the organization of jurisdictions within the Ministry. With respect to Diane’s experience in ethics-related matters, she worked with the Service for the Prevention of Corruption to establish and develop its communications effort.  She was specialized in the duties and obligations of commercial judges, particularly in the prevention of conflicts of interests.  In this capacity, Diane led the organization of the annual national elections of commercial judges in coordination with local authorities.  She also participated in the creation of the National Council of Commercial Courts and in the reform of the jurisdictions of the commercial courts.

Before starting a career in compliance, Diane worked for ten years in the Ministry of Justice.  During this experience, she acquired a very strong understanding of the operations of institutional organizations. Diane served in several roles at the Ministry of Justice including:  Deputy Head of the Press Office in the Ministry’s Communications Division; Member of the Ministerial Cabinet, Secretary General of the National Council of Commercial Courts, and Editor of regulatory and legislative texts relating to the organization of jurisdictions within the Ministry. With respect to Diane’s experience in ethics-related matters, she worked with the Service for the Prevention of Corruption to establish and develop its communications effort.  She was specialized in the duties and obligations of commercial judges, particularly in the prevention of conflicts of interests.  In this capacity, Diane led the organization of the annual national elections of commercial judges in coordination with local authorities.  She also participated in the creation of the National Council of Commercial Courts and in the reform of the jurisdictions of the commercial courts.

David SIMPSON

David est un consultant expérimenté spécialisé dans les services de lutte contre la corruption, de responsabilité sociale des entreprises et de reporting en matière de durabilité.

Il a été responsable de l’Independent Accountability Mechanism (dispositif de reporting en matière de RSE) de la Banque européenne pour la reconstruction et le développement (BERD) et ancien Director of Standards and Collaborative Governance au sein du groupe de réflexion international à but non lucratif AccountAbility, où il a supervisé le développement de la AA1000 Sustainability Standard. Il a activement contribué au GRI, a été membre du comité technique pour de la norme AA1000 Sustainability Standard et a présidé le comité technique de certification pour Social Value International (anciennement SROI). David était également un membre expert du groupe de travail international qui a publié les lignes directrices ISO 26000 sur la responsabilité sociétale et la norme de système de management anticorruption ISO 37001.

Conférencier international sur les systèmes de management de la corruption au sein de l’ISO Academy, David a dirigé des séminaires à l’Université des Nations Unies à Tokyo et a donné des conférences à l’Université de Toronto, à l’Université McMaster, à l’Université York ainsi qu’à la Saïd Business School d’Oxford et au sein du Programme de leadership en développement durable de l’Université de Cambridge.

David est un consultant expérimenté spécialisé dans les services de lutte contre la corruption, de responsabilité sociale des entreprises et de reporting en matière de durabilité.

Il a été responsable de l’Independent Accountability Mechanism (dispositif de reporting en matière de RSE) de la Banque européenne pour la reconstruction et le développement (BERD) et ancien Director of Standards and Collaborative Governance au sein du groupe de réflexion international à but non lucratif AccountAbility, où il a supervisé le développement de la AA1000 Sustainability Standard. Il a activement contribué au GRI, a été membre du comité technique pour de la norme AA1000 Sustainability Standard et a présidé le comité technique de certification pour Social Value International (anciennement SROI). David était également un membre expert du groupe de travail international qui a publié les lignes directrices ISO 26000 sur la responsabilité sociétale et la norme de système de management anticorruption ISO 37001.

Conférencier international sur les systèmes de management de la corruption au sein de l’ISO Academy, David a dirigé des séminaires à l’Université des Nations Unies à Tokyo et a donné des conférences à l’Université de Toronto, à l’Université McMaster, à l’Université York ainsi qu’à la Saïd Business School d’Oxford et au sein du Programme de leadership en développement durable de l’Université de Cambridge.

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