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Advisory Board

 
 

The Advisory Board seeks to provide deep insights into compliance procedures, anti-corruption measures, and money-laundering preventive strategies. The knowledge, experience and skills of the members of the Advisory Board guide the Global Risk Profile in achieving even higher levels of quality and precision.



Nicolas GIANNAKOPOULOS
Chairman

Mr. Giannakopoulos is the President and co-founder of the Organized Crime Observatory (OCO) and Director of Inside.CO SA, a Geneva-based criminal investigation company.

He has also participated in numerous research programs and was in charge of the three-year research program "Swiss Corruption and Organized Crime" financed by the Swiss Confederation. He has closely collaborated with magistrates and police services in many jurisdictions and was awarded the Medal of Merit by the Brazilian judicial authorities for his professional achievements.


Nikos PASSAS

Professor, Member

Mr. Passas is a professor of criminology and criminal justice at Northeastern University, and co-director of the Institute for Security and Public Policy. He is also a visiting professor at the Basel Institute on Governance and Vienna University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication’s Center for Corporate Governance & Business Ethics.

Mr. Passas specializes in the study of corruption, illicit financial/trade flows, sanctions, informal fund transfers, remittances, terrorism, white-collar crime, financial regulation, organized crime and international crimes. He has published more than 220 articles, book chapters, reports and books in 14 languages.


Leonardo BORLINI
PhD, Member

Mr. Borlini holds degrees from Bocconi University, the University of Pavia and the University of Cambridge, including a PhD in International Law and Economics. Since 2012, he is a member of the Department of Legal Studies of Bocconi University and Faculty Member of the PhD in Legal Studies. Mr. Borlini also acts as a part of the United Nations Expert Group working on Anti-Corruption Academic materials.

Mr. Borlini worked as associate lawyer of Grande Stevens Law Firm and consulted the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.