On 30th November, Compliance Institute hosted ENFCO's 1st Webinar “Quo vadis, Anti-Corruption?”. Martin Kreutner, International Counsel, Dean Emeritus, International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) delivered an informative presentation on the conundrum of and the state of play in global (anti) corruption. The webinar had attendance from compliance professionals across Europe, the recording of this webinar is available to view below.
ENFCO (The European Network for Compliance Officers) is a network of not-for-profit associations for in-house compliance professionals across Europe. The organisation facilitates the cooperation and communication between the participating associations and their members in the best spirit of a European Community.
ENFCO’s mission is to:
facilitate the cooperation and communication on compliance between the European compliance associations;
promote and strengthen the professionalisation and the occupational profile of compliance professionals;
and help improve the economic and institutional environment.
ENFCO now has members from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, the Netherlands, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland, and this is expected to grow. Not only has the organisation grown in terms of members but the structures have also been reorganised. Following the example of the European Council, it was decided to have a rotating presidency every 6 months.
The first presidency is currently being held by Austria.
Roman Sartor, President of ENFCO, Co-Founder of the Austrian Compliance Officer Association (ÖCOV), publisher of several Compliance books and articles plus, co-Editor of Compliance Praxis.
Webinar Outline: “Quo vadis, Anti-Corruption?”
The conundrum of and the state of play in global (anti)corruption:
The international heydays of anticorruption (AC) seem to be exhausted and gone;
Apparently, human and political trust is eroding globally; and
New initiatives and projects are presented here and there.