During 2014, 117 suspected cases of bribery were reported to the police in Sweden. These consisted of different levels of corruption, in both the private and public sectors. In addition, there were examples of corrupt practices involving private businesses in the public sector that are financed by public funds.
You are invited to hear from Helena Sundén and Gregg Vanourek on how corruption in Sweden is defined, and how companies can instill values that build transparency and trust throughout their organizations.
About our speakers:
Helena Sundén is a lawyer and secretary-general of the Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute (IMM). Before joining IMM Helena was CEO of Global Advice Network Sweden, a consultancy firm specialized in anti-corruption and business ethics. Helena has practical experience from anti-corruption work with focus on prevention, detection and investigations within the private and public sector both in Sweden and internationally. Helena has, in her role as Secretary-general, been responsible for creating and launching the IMM Ethics Committee and is responsible for carrying out many seminars and workshops with focus on anti-corruption, awareness and prevention, she is also a frequent participant in the media debate on the subject of anti-corruption.
Gregg Vanourek conducts training and speaking engagements worldwide on the topics of entrepreneurship, leadership, and personal development. Vanourek is co-author of three influential books. His latest book, Triple Crown Leadership: Building Excellent, Ethical, and Enduring Organizations (co-authored with Bob Vanourek), is a winner of the 2013 International Book Awards (business: general). Vanourek is an adjunct instructor at the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship, Royal Institute of Technology, and Stockholm Business School. He co-founded New Mountain Ventures and served as a startup executive at K12 Inc. and the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation.
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