The 7th ICAC Symposium: Fighting Corruption - A New Perspective will convene beginning next week, May 22-24, 2019, in Hong Kong. Co-hosted by the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) and the World Justice Project, the symposium will feature expertise-sharing, intellectual exchange, and capacity building for international anti-corruption. 

Eminent speakers who have made remarkable contributions to the cause of corruption eradication in their own fields will shed light on topics that are close to the heart of law enforcers: the latest global challenges, strategies to advance law enforcement, the rule of law, preventive measures and public engagement. Keynote speakers will include:

  • Elizabeth Andersen, Executive Director, World Justice Project
  • H.E. Kamel Ayadi, Minister to the Head of the State of Tunisia, Chairman, High Level Authority on Administrative and Financial Control, Tunisia; and Board Director of World Justice Project
  • A.J. Brown, Board member, Transparency International; and Integrity and Anti-Corruption Program Director, Griffith University, Australia
  • The Honourable Teresa Cheng Yeuk-wah, GBS, SC, JP, Secretary for Justice, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, People's Republic of China
  • Drago Kos, Chair, OECD Working Group on Bribery
  • The Honourable Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, GBM, Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, People's Republic of China
  • Naohiro Mouri, CIA, CPA, 2018-19 Global Chairman of the Board, The Institute of Internal Auditors
  • Lisa Osofsky, Director, Serious Fraud Office, United Kingdom
  • Alexandra Wrage, President and Founder, TRACE, USA

 

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