Anti-Corruption Committee



Nicola Allocca

Autostrade per l’Italia

Secretariat Lead

Benedikt Wiedenhofer

Policy Manager


Audrey Morin

Schneider Electric



Umberto Baldi




Rauno Hoffman

Novartis International AG



Gerrie Lenting




Joseph Simon




Erik Veltman

Rolls-Royce Deutschland-Civil Aerospace (Germany) 


Arturs Evarts

Amber Beverage Group


  • 01.

    Why OECD Work on Anti-Corruption Policy Matters

    Corruption undermines fair competition, erodes trust in institutions, and diverts resources away from essential public services. With its various instruments and tools, most notably the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in International Business Transactions and the 2021 Recommendation on Further Combating Bribery, the OECD is a leading institution in the international fight against corruption. By combating corruption through policy research, recommendations, and international cooperation, the OECD promotes a level playing field for businesses. 

  • 03.

    How Business Engages with the OECD on Anti-Corruption Policy

    Our Anti-Corruption Committee advises the OECD on prevailing and emerging corruption risks, explores innovative approaches to addressing bribery and proactively encourages joint actions between the OECD, business and governments based on our members’ expertise. The Committee is also an active contributor to OECD’s work on ‘Trust in Business’ as well as B20 activities on compliance and integrity. It meets twice per year, convenes additional thematic ad-hoc sessions, and organizes policy events in partnership with the OECD.
  • 02.

    Our 2024 Priorities

    • Implementing our Zero-Corruption Campaign
    • Implementing and advocating for adherence to the OECD Anti–Bribery Convention
    • Underlining the potential of digital technologies for the fight against corruption
    • Enabling synergies to fight corruption and meet the Sustainable Development Goals
    • Advancing education as a core element in the fight against anti-corruption at the OECD
  • 04.

    Our Engagement with OECD Bodies

    • OECD Working Group on Bribery
    • OECD Anti–Corruption and Integrity Forum
    • OECD Trust in Business Forum
    • OECD Blue Dot Network