How the EBRD Promotes Compliance Internally and For Its Clients

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) was founded to help countries transition to market-based economies in the post-communist era. Part of the Bank’s mission is to ensure that the projects in which it invests help support this transition with good governance and strong compliance. The Anti-Corruption Report spoke with Lisa Rosen, managing director and chief compliance officer at the EBRD, about how her department uses its own compliance program to serve as an example for clients as it works with them to make sure they have strong anti‑corruption programs, as well. See “Preparing for the Sometimes Surprising Impact of Multilateral Development Banks” (May 10, 2017).

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