Over 90 Participants Attend MACN Members Meeting

We were delighted to welcome over 90 participants to the second MACN Members Meeting of 2017, which took place in London on October 11-12. 

One major theme of the meeting was that "Collective Action Works!" - MACN members shared numerous testimonies of tangible impacts of anti-corruption efforts in locations including Argentina, Nigeria, and the Suez Canal. MACN was also delighted to welcome a number of new members, and to have Brendan Hawley join the Steering Committee as an Associate Member representative. 

MACN members will receive a summary of the meeting outcomes next week. Many thanks to all members for your active and engaged participation!

Preread Available for MACN Fall Members Meeting

We are pleased to share the Preread for the MACN Fall Members Meeting, to be held in London on October 11-12. 

This document provides a range of useful information to help you prepare for the meeting, including details on sessions and updates on all of MACN's Collective Actions. We recommend that MACN Members print the Preread and use it as a guide to the meeting. 

Please download the Preread from OneHub here (member access required).

Speakers Announced for MACN Fall Members Meeting

MACN is pleased to present four external speakers for the MACN Fall Members meeting, which will take place in London on October 11-12, 2017. 

  • Thomas Lüthi is founding partner of Pohlmann & Company, a multidisciplinary law and consulting firm established in 2012 and based in Frankfurt and Munich. From 2007 to 2010 Thomas was Corporate Compliance Officer of Siemens AG. In this role he was directly involved in a U.S. DOJ and U.S. SEC settlement for several corruption cases. Prior to founding Pohlmann & Company he also advised MAN (2010) and Ferrostaal (2011) during their settlements with the German authorities.

  • Soji Apampa is co-founder of The Integrity Organisation Ltd. Gte (1995). He has been actively involved with the designing, resourcing and supervising of programme implementation that has helped to make the strategy of “empowering people, their transactions, systems and institutions against corruption” relevant to Nigeria. 

  • Dominic Johnson is a Partner at HFW in the Admiralty and Crisis Management Department. He focuses on collisions, groundings, total loss, fire and explosion, wreck removal, salvage, piracy, limitation of liability and both civil and criminal liabilities. He also deals with insurance coverage, and other shipping and offshore related commercial and contractual disputes.  

  • Aron Cramer is President and CEO of BSR (the secretariat of MACN). In addition to leading BSR, which has grown substantially throughout his tenure as President and CEO, Aron advises senior executives at BSR’s more than 250 member companies and other global businesses on the full spectrum of social and environmental issues.