Restoring Trust by Curbing Corruption

Panelists

Moderator: Greg Ip

Greg

Greg Ip is the Chief Economics Commentator for The Wall Street Journal. He writes about U.S. and global economic developments and policy in the weekly Capital Account column and on Real Time Economics, the Wall Street Journal’s economics blog. Previously, he work ed as U.S. economics editor for The Economist and he was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Greg has won or shared in several prizes for journalism. He is the author of “The Little Book of Economics: How the Economy Works in the Real World” (Wiley, 2010) and “Foolproof: Why Safety Can Be Dangerous and How Danger Makes Us Safe,” (Little, Brown, 2015). He holds a B.Sc. in Economics and Journalism from Carleton University.

Christine Lagarde

Christine

Christine Lagarde has been Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund since July 2011. She held various ministerial positions within the French government, including Finance and Economy Minister (2007–11), Minister for Foreign Trade, and Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries. She was also Chairman of the Global Executive Committee and Global Strategic Committee of Baker & McKenzie.

Abdoulaye Bio-Tchané

Abdoulaye

Mr. Bio-Tchané is currently Senior Minister of Planning and Development of the Republic of Benin  since  2016  following  the  election  of  His  Excellency  Patrice  TALON  as  President  of Benin Republic. 
Prior to that, Mr. Bio-Tchané has held senior positions in the Central Bank of West African States  and  also  served  as  Director  of  the  African  Department  of  the  International  Monetary Fund (IMF) and President of the West African Development Bank (BOAD). Mr. Bio-Tchané is recognized for his leadership qualities and his reforms regarding transparency and the fight against corruption when he served as Minister of Economy and Finance of Benin.

Lea Giménez Duarte

Lea

Lea Giménez Duarte is the 121st Minister of Finance of Paraguay and the first woman to hold this position in the country's history. She was previously Vice-Minister of Economy. Prior to this appointment, she worked in the World Bank, where she led programs aimed at reducing poverty and promoting equitable economic growth in Asian, Latin American and Caribbean countries. Her work focused on institutional strengthening of public entities, the creation of institutional capacities, and the promotion of evidence-based policies. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Lehigh (Pennsylvania, USA).

Penny Mordaunt

Penny

Penny Mordaunt is the Secretary of State for International Development, United Kingdom. Previously, she worked as Minister of State for the Armed Forces. She also served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Defence; on the European Scrutiny Committee, Defence Select Committee; and as chairman of the APPGs for Life Science and for Ageing and Older People. In 2000 she served as Head of Foreign Press for George W. Bush’s presidential election campaign. She studied Philosophy at Reading University. 

Patricia Moreira

Patricia

Patricia Moreira has been appointed as Managing Director of the International Secretariat of Transparency International in October 2017. She is Spanish-Brazilian and has worked for more than a decade promoting social impact and innovation in a global environment. For the past 14 years, she worked at Ayuda en Acción, a Spanish aid organisation operating in 20 countries around the world. She became the organisation’s CEO in 2009 heading a team of around 100 people at headquarters and more than 300 in the field.
Prior to that, Ms Moreira worked as an international management consultant for ten years with a focus on technology, innovation and impact. She holds an MBA from INSEAD, France and a BA in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and has done PhD research in Social Entrepreneurship at ICADE University in Madrid.

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