The founding Fellows of the Global Commmunity of Ethics, Compliance & Integrity
Prof. Dr. Bartosz Makowicz (Germany)
Founder of the GCECI, university professor, director of Viadrina Compliance Center, European-University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany, member of the Technical Committee 309 of ISO dealing with ISO 37301 Compliance Management Systems and ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management-Systems. Author of many publications on Ethics, Compliance and Integrity. He is also Chairman and Member of the Academic Council of the German Institute for Compliance (DICO) and Member of the Advisory Council of Transparency International Germany. Frequent speaker on international conferences, trainer and publisher.
Henry Chen (China)
Dual qualified to practice law in China and New York State of the U.S., Henry is a senior partner of Dentons Shanghai Office. Before working in Dentons, Henry was AP Compliance Director of Ford Motor Company. Henry’s practice areas include establishment of compliance management system; FCPA and anti-corruption and bribery investigation; Compliance audit; and dispute resolutions.Henry is the Chairman of Compliance Management Committee of China Enterprise Culture Improvement Association and Deputy Chairman of International Risk and Compliance Association. Henry participated in drafting and/or amending ISO19600, ISO 37001, ISO 31022. Henry is the Editor-in-Chief of The Compliance Reviews (www.compliance.reviews), Independent director of the import & export entity of ZTE, Arbitrator of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and Associate Mediator of Singapore Mediation Centre. Henry is Chambers Asia Pacific Recognized Lawyer (2020) for Corporate Investigation and Anti-Corruption.
Marc Y. Tassé (Canada)
Co-founder of the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption, he his an investigative and forensic accountant, who has experience as an independent special advisor to various board chairs and CEOs of corporations and organizations, on “high profile and sensitive cases” related to alleged corruption, fraud, financial misconduct, and breach of fiduciary duty. An award-winning lecturer at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law and in the Executive MBA program at the Telfer School of Management, he delivers presentations at the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement. A sought-after media commentator, he has been published extensively and quoted in various prestigious publications such as The Wall Street Journal.
Carlos Wiesse (Peru)
Lawyer graduated from the University of Lima, has a Master’s Degree in Business Law from the University of Lima, also has the International Certification in ISO 37001 – Anti-bribery, the International Certification in Comprehensive Risk Management – ISO 31000, COSO Certification – Internal Control. He worked in the Peruvian financial system for 15 years. He was Compliance Officer in a Bank of the Peruvian financial system and held the position of Vice President of the Committee of Compliance Officers in the Association of Banks of Peru. He is a teacher and national and international lecturer, having exhibited in Panama, Costa Rica, Colombia, Brazil, for the US Embassy, School of Public Prosecutors. He is currently an external consultant in the prevention of money laundering for the Intelligence Division of the National Police of Peru and legal advisor to foreign companies.