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Jermyn P. Brooks

Jermyn P. Brooks is from the UK. He is the former Global Managing Partner at PwC, and CFO, Managing Director, Board member of TI’s private sector programmes.

After a career in PricewaterhouseCoopers he retired as Global Managing Partner and began a new career working on behalf of TI in 2000 and included roles as CFO, Managing Director, Board member (from 2003 – 2006 and again 2011 – 2014), and leader of TI’s private sector programmes. He has chaired: the steering committees for the Siemens Integrity Initiative project conducted by TI Secretariat; the multi-stakeholder Business Principles Steering Committee in which he played a key role in the creation of the authoritative anti-corruption standard for business, the Business Principles for Countering Bribery; the multi-stakeholder initiative which created the 10 Anti-Corruption Principles for State Owned Enterprises.

Jermyn’s involvement in external outreach has included membership of the Wolfsberg Anti-Money Laundering group, founding membership of the World Economic Forum’s PACI initiative and chairing the 10th Principle Working Group of the UN Global Compact.

Jermyn P. Brooks has acted as lecturer and instructor in numerous conferences on anti-corruption, good governance and sustainability in Africa, South America, Asia and most countries in Europe. Additionally, he has provided advice as a member of review committees of corporate social responsibility and sustainability reporting for many MNCs.

Jermyn has now retired again from his retirement but recently completed a chapter on civil society approaches to whistleblowing in a German handbook to be published in 2023.

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