ETHIC Intelligence hosts second annual international conference
on corruption prevention Standards and Guidelines

OECD Conference center, Paris, Monday September 11, 2017

ETHIC Intelligence was very pleased to host its second annual international conference on Standards and Guidlines: Recent developments in Anti-Corruption Compliance on September 11, 2017 at the OECD conference centre in Paris. You can now view photos and video from the conference where experts from business, civil society and government exchanged and debated on how best to progress in the fight against corruption.

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Ana Paula Martinez joins the ETHIC Intelligence Certification Committee

Ana Paula Martinez, Partner in the Corporate Governance and Compliance Practices Groups of Levy & Salomão Advogados in Sao Paulo, became ETHIC Intelligence’s eleventh certification committee member in March 2014.     Ana Paula has much experience in counseling companies on antitrust issues that arise in complex mergers and acquisitions. She is also specialized in anti-corruption matters, including conducting internal investigations and mock dawn raids as well as drafting and implementing compliance programs. Having served in Brazil’s federal government, Ana Paula has overseen government investigations and enfocrement actions. She is also well-versed in Brazil’s new Law no. 12,846/2013 which introduces strict corporate liability for corruption offenses.   ETHIC Intelligence is proud to count Ana Paula among its Certification Committee members.


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