PETER VAN VEEN
Peter van Veen joined Transparency International UK as the Director of their Business Integrity Programme in 2011. Prior to Transparency International, Peter has worked for a number of companies as an internal strategist or as a management consultant specialising on identifying and mitigating strategic risk. Peter has worked for the EIU, Shell, Accenture, SRI International, Bertelsmann and SABMiller. He has a BA in Economics from Victoria University of Wellington, a MA in Latin American Studies from the School of Advanced Studies and a Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Governance and Business Ethics, from Birkbeck, both part of the University of London.
Rory manages projects within the Business Integrity Programme and conducts research and advocacy on bribery and corruption risks in the private sector. Prior to joining TI-UK, Rory was a Research Manager at the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute. He holds a BA and postgraduate degrees in philosophy, specialising in ethics.
SENIOR PROGRAMME OFFICER
Alice joined TI-UK in June 2015. As Programme Officer, she contributes to research and coordination of projects under the Business Integrity Programme. Prior to joining TI-UK, Alice worked as a senior analyst and later assistant manager at Salamanca Group, where she specialised in business intelligence and investigations. She has a BA in English from Cambridge, an MA in International Studies from SOAS and is a Mandarin speaker.
David is the lead trainer for Transparency International UK, (TI-UK), and provides skilled and engaging guidance on Anti-Bribery, Anti-Corruption and Adequate Procedures deployment under the UK Bribery Act, as well as Compliance Risk Assessments. David is a highly accomplished Ethics, Compliance & Culture Change Consultant. He has a strong record in leading such programmes within high profile compliance and regulatory change environments. He is particularly successful in counselling senior stakeholders, c-suite executives and ‘at-risk’ professionals to enhance anti-corruption performance and to improve corporate cultures for governance and compliance.
Peter has extensive experience in countering bribery in the private sector. In his work for TI, he has contributed to the development of the Business Principles for Countering Bribery and produced a supporting suite of TI implementation tools used widely by the private sector and other anti-corruption initiatives. He recently authored the TI-UK guide to adequate procedures and the Bribery Act and is currently authoring a TI-UK Guidance for anti-bribery due diligence in mergers, acquisitions and investments. He was co-chair of a Global Compact sub-task force that developed the TI-Global Compact reporting guidelines for Communication on Progress on the 10th principle against corruption; and is a member of a TI–led working group developing an assurance framework for anti-bribery. He was a member of a Global Reporting Initiative Society Working Group that developed Society Indicators for the GRI Sustainability Reporting Framework (G3). He has also advised FTSE4Good, the SRI Index, on development of anti-bribery criteria launched in February 2006.