What is the OECD Convention? What
consequences for businesses?
Speech at the Seminar
Implementing the OECD Convention against Corruption:
Working with the private sector
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development OECD
September 19-20, 2002
of the Anti-Corruption Division of the Directorate for Financial, Fiscal and
Enterprise Affairs in the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development
(OECD). As Head of the Anti-Corruption Division she manages a team of lawyers
and policy analysts responsible for overseeing enforcement of the OECD
Anti-Bribery Convention and other agreements banning bribery and corruption. She
joined the Organization in 1977 and has worked in the Legal Departments of the
Organization's Nuclear Energy Agency and the International Energy Agency.
Prior to her work in the Anti-Corruption
Division, Ms. Quinones worked on investment issues among OECD Member countries
including the negotiations for a Multilateral Agreement on Investment. The OECD
recently published "No Longer Business As Usual: Fighting Bribery and
Corruption" under her management and she has written articles for
anti-corruption publications, the most recent for Transparency International's
Global Corruption Report 2001.
Ms. Quinones is a United States national living
in Paris since 1976. She received her University degree in Economics from New
York University and her Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School.
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