Day Two: Session 2

Session 2 Confronting Corruption for a Sustainable Future: Is the Private Sector Ready?"  

Coordinator: Susan Cote-Freeman, Transparency International
Date: Friday 17:00 to 19:00
Location: Nikos Skalkotas Hall

Senior executives lack confidence in their companies' anti-corruption measures. This was the conclusion of a January 2008 PricewaterhouseCoopers global survey of senior executives which found that although almost 80% of respondents said their company had some form of anti-corruption programme in place only 22% were "very confident" that it identified and mitigated the risk of corruption. The findings of this survey will be the starting point of a special 13th IACC session which will focus on what leading companies are doing to manage the risk of corruption. Topics of discussion will include how anti-corruption measures can help build the corporate brand and will examine the sustained efforts that are required to turn an anti-corruption policy into a programme that remains effective even in difficult environments.

Moderator: Michel Peel, Legal Correspondent, The Financial Times
Rapporteur: Birgit Errath, Consultant, Transparency International and Special Advisor, International Business Leaders Forum

Jermyn Brooks, Director, Private Sector Programmes, Transparency International
Pedro Lago De Carvalho, Global Exploration Business Manager, De Beers

Glen Ware, Managing Director, Advisory Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Mark Snyderman, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, The Coca Cola Company
Dimitris Papalexopoulos, Managing Director, Titan Cement Company Petronas, (TBC)