Richard Batten, Censere’s Director for the Mekong Region based in Thailand presented a paper to the Third International Conference on Evidence-Based Anti--Corruption Policies (CEBAP 3) was held in Bangkok, Thailand on 17-18 June 2015. The Thai Government has highlighted the private sector has a key role to play in reducing public sector corruption. The presentation discussed how the private sector can play a role in reducing corruption was titled“Corruption and Fraud Prevention Strategies for Sustainable Corporate Governance”. Richard addressed the effective risk management strategies based on prevailing standards and best practice, including the use of key prevention and detection tools such as fraud and corruption data analytics.
The Conference attracted more than 500 delegates from Thailand and 15 other countries. It was a high profile event, attended by the President of Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), the Prime Minister of Thailand, the Secretary-General of Transparency International- Thailand, the Country Director of the World Bank, the Chair of the Thai Institute of Directors (IOD), World Bank Specialists, Members of the Thai National Legislative Assembly and National Reform Council, Secretary-General of Thailand’s Anti-Money Laundering Office, members of the Office of the Attorney-General, the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the Controller-General’s Department, Thailand’s Office of the Auditor-General, Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Agency (KPK), Malaysia’s Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Bhutan’s Anti-Corruption Commission, Professors from Harvard University, New York University, Thammasat University, Chulalongkorn University, National Institute of Development Administration, Kasetsart University, MahasarakhamRajabhat University, St. Petersburg State University, Australia’s Flinders University, Germany’s Ruhr-Universitat Bochum and University for Public Administration of North Rhine-Westphalia, Radford University, Khon-Kaen University, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, and Assumption University.