Corruption dans les marchés internationaux

Corruption and the legal profession: Live webcast interview with Mark Pieth, Chairman of the OECD Working Group on Bribery


16 December - 13h00 Greenwich Mean Time/1400 Central European Time - Free Registration


The International Bar Association's (IBA) next live webcast interview and Q&A, taking place on Thursday 16 December at 1300 GMT/1400 CET, will be with one of the world's leading experts in combating corruption. Professor Mark Pieth is chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions.

In 2004 he was appointed by the UN Secretary General to the Independent Enquiry Committee into the Iraq Oil-For-Food Programme. In 2008, Professor Pieth was made a member of the Integrity Advisory Board of the World Bank, advising the President of the Bank and the Audit Committee on integrity issues.


The interview will focus on current and future challenges in combating international corruption and the role the legal profession and others can play in confronting corruption.

The interview will be conducted by award-winning journalist James Lewis, the IBA’s Director of Media Content.


IBA - OECD - UNODC Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Legal Profession


The IBA's webcast interview with Mark Pieth is one in a series of interviews with anti-corruption experts, conducted as part of the IBA's Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Legal Profession, which focuses on the role lawyers play in international corruption and is supported by the OECD and the UNODC.


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Q&A - submit questions to Professor Pieth during the event


Broadcast live, the final part of this exclusive event will comprise Professor Pieth answering questions submitted by viewers. Attendees can submit questions via the interface during the live event, or you can submit questions in advance via the IBA's simple online form.



Registration is free and full access details will be sent via e-mail upon registering


Watch previous webcasts on the  IBA Film Platform.


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