Advocacy log

Our advocacy log provides an overview of meetings between staff members of Transparency International Secretariat and decision-makers from both the public and private sectors. We report all meetings and contacts with decision-makers where we have sought to influence a decision-making process. This list was started and first published on 1 May 2016. Making public our meetings with decision-makers follows our code of ethical advocacy.

Date Target institution Advocacy target TI representatives involved Subject matter Materials submitted
28 June 2018 G20 All G20 government Anti-Corruption Working Group representatives Maggie Murphy

Max Heywood, TI-S, Emilia Berazategui
G20 Anti-Corruption effectiveness
Beneficial Ownership Transparency
State Owned Enterprises
27 June 2018 OECD Gabriela Ramos, Chief of Staff and G20 Sherpa Maggie Murphy

Emilia Berazategui
Gender and Corruption
G20 Effectiveness
21 June 2018 UK Joint Anti-Corruption Unit Andrew Preston, Head of JACU Maggie Murphy

Rachel Davies Teka, TI UK, Rose Zussman, TI UK
Beneficial ownership transparency
G20 effectiveness and implementation
23 April 2018 US State Department • Susan Snyder, Office Director, Office of Anti-Crime Programs, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL)
• Marianne Toussaint, Anti-Corruption Team Lead, Office of Anti-Crime Programs, INL
• Schuyler Miller, Anti-Corruption Advisor, Office of Anti-Crime Programs (Contractor), INL
• Lynn Sicade, Acting Director, Office of Multilateral and Global Affairs, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (DRL)
• Chanan Weissman, Advisor, Office of Multilateral and Global Affairs, DRL
• Maite Hostetter, Foreign Affairs Officer, Office of Multilateral and Global Affairs, DRL
Maggie Murphy

Zoe Reiter Patricia Moreira
Introduction of Patricia as new Managing Director for TI. G20 and US efforts on tackling beneficial ownership secrecy. The current G20 presidency and implementation of existing G20 commitments.
21 April 2018 IMF Sean Hagan, Legal Counsel Maggie Murphy

Patricia Moreira Emilia Berazetegui, Poder Ciudadano
New IMF Policy and commitments on governance and corruption
20 April 2018 World Bank Emile Van der Does, Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative
Joel Turkewitz, Lead Public Sector Specialist
Steve Zimmerman, Director of Operations
Maggie Murphy

Max Heywood
Implementation of World Bank commitments from the Anti-Corruption Summit & new IMF governance policy
16 April 2018 House of Commons Maggie Murphy

Justice for murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Corruption in Malta, including regarding golden visas and corporate secrecy.
27 March 2018 Office of Anti-Crime programs, Bureau of International Narcotics & Law Enforcement Affairs Janelle Kuroda, Foreign Affairs officer, Anti-Corruption Team
Azerbiajan Laundromat grand corruption case
  • AZERBAIJANI LAUNDROMAT: GRAND CORRUPTION AND HOW TO BUY INFLUENCE and THE IMPACT OF THE AZERBAIJANI LAUNDROMAT
27 March 2018 Laura Jaitman, G20 Finance Deputy, Argentina Ministry of Treasury Laura Jaitman, G20 Finance Deputy, Argentina Ministry of Treasury Maggie Murphy

Inclusion of corporate transparency regarding ownership and control of companies, possibilities for progress in Argentina and in the G20
21 March 2018 Bob Seely MP Bob Seely, MP, Member of Foreign Affairs Select COmmittee Maggie Murphy

UK as a facilitator and recipient of corrupt money flows, including from Russia.
16 March 2018 Ministry of Foreign Affairs France Rachel Ruamps
Conseillère Redevabilité, Transparence et Lutte contre la Corruption
Mission de la Gouvernance Démocratique
Direction du Développement Durable
Direction générale de la mondialisation, de la culture, de l'enseignement et du développement international
Ministère de l’Europe et des Affaires Etrangères

Maximilian Heywood
Grand Corruption, and the Global Anti-Corruption Consortium
05 March 2018 European Commission, European Parliament European Commission
Gillian More, Policy Officer, Union citizenship rights and Free movement
D-G for Justice and Consumers
Irina Stefuriuc, Team Leader, Anti-corruption Organised Crime and Drugs Policy
DG for Migration and Home Affairs
Tobias Maasen, Policy Officer, Organised Crime and Drugs Policy
David Kardos, Legal Adviser to Benedeck Javor MEP
MEP Benedek Javor (Green Party)

Laure Brillaud
Citizen- and Residence- by investment programmes and their corruption risks
  • https://www.transparency.org/news/pressrelease/golden_visa_programmes_in_europe_pose_major_corruption_risk
27 February 2018 DfID Maggie Murphy

IFFs in Asia, money laundering and assistance to DfID partner countries
22 February 2018 Carlos de Sersale, Argentinian Ambassador Carlos de Sersale, Argentinian Ambassador Maggie Murphy
Delia Ferreira Rubio

Open contracting, beneficial ownership transparency, state owned enterprises - and the Argentinian G20 presidency
13 February 2018 Cabinet Office Tom Wintle, Deputy Director,
Conor Quinn, Head of Security and Defence Policy
Maggie Murphy

Commonwealth Summit priorities and possibilities for inclusion of corruption, illicit financial flows and integrity in trade commitments.
08 February 2018 UK Anti-Corruption Champion John Penrose MP, Anti-Corruption Champion Maggie Murphy

Rachel Davies, Rose Zussman, TI UK
UK Anti-Corruption Strategy. Fighting corruption at home and overseas.
01 February 2018 GOSAC, Judith Herbertson, Director Maggie Murphy

Robert Barrington, TI UK
Transparency International approach to tackling corruption overseas
31 January 2018 OECD Nicola Bonucci, Director for Legal Affairs
Nejla Saula and Mary Crane-Charef, Policy Advisors
Maggie Murphy

Robert Barrington, TI UK Andrew Watson, Defence and Security programme
G20 anti-corruption policy priorities, deferred prosecution agreements, role of UK in anti-corruption efforts globally
29 January 2018 B20 Daniel Funes de Rioja, B20 Chair Maggie Murphy

Including beneficial ownership transparency into B20 priorities during Argentina's presidency
12 January 2018 UK Home Office Andrew Preston, Head
Laura Cronk, Advisor
Maggie Murphy

Anti-Corruption global priorities for 2018
18 December 2017 UK DfID James Toone, Advisor, Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, Rachel Davies, TI UK
Anti-Corruption Summit follow-up and monitoring & plans for DfID's new Mobilising Open Data for Anti-Corruption programme.
28 November 2017 Joint Anti-Corruption Task Force, Cabinet Office Andrew Preston, Joint Anti-Corruption Task Force Maggie Murphy

Rachel Davies, Rose Zussman, TI UK
UK Anti-Corruption Strategy, UK role in G20 and GFAR
23 November 2017 UK Department for International Development Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Team Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, Transparency
Effectiveness of interventions in the 18 months following the Anti-Corruption Summit in London, May 2016 and possible future collaborations.
23 November 2017 Anti-Corruption Office, Argentina Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Rights Lic. Carolina Surace and Laura Escuder, Área Relaciones Internacionales, Oficina Anticorrupción

Maggie Murphy

Max Heywood, TI-S, Emilia Berazetegui, Poder Ciudadano
Argentina presidency of the G20
27 October 2017 Ambassador Carlos Sersale di Cerisano Ambassador Carlos Sersale di Cerisano, Argentinian Embassy Maggie Murphy

Argentina's presidency of the G20
  • https://www.transparency.org/whatwedo/activity/our_work_on_the_g20
26 October 2017 UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Normal Leinster, Desk Officer, Anti-Corruption, Economic Growth and Business Department
Maggie Murphy

TI UK
Transparency International approach to tackling corruption globally
05 October 2017 UK Companies House Andrew Ryan, Companies House Maggie Murphy

TI UK
Multi stakeholder discussion hosted by LSE on effectiveness of UK Persons of Significant Control register and applicability to overseas countries.
03 October 2017 Embassy of Argentina in the UK Ricardo Morelli, Counsellor
Sandra Cucovaz, Counsellor
Maggie Murphy

The Argentinian presidency of the G20, priority themes and approaches
18 September 2017 Office of the Presidency, Ghana Kow Essuman, Esq. ACIArb, Counsel. Office of the President
Maggie Murphy

Ghana's commitment to establish a public beneficial ownership register, made at the Anti-Corruption Summit 2016
12 September 2017 DfID Head of DFID for East and Central Africa
Discuss UK-Germany cooperation in Africa to tackle the root causes of poverty, instability and irregular migration.
05 September 2017 UK Department for International Development, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Rory Stewart OBE MP, Minister of State, UK Department for International Development and Foreign and Commonwealth Office Maggie Murphy

Robert Barrington, Executive Director, TI UK Katherine Dixon, Director, Defence and Security Programme
Corruption in fragile states
22 August 2017 DfID Fiona Morrison, GOSAC, DfID
Stewart Dolier, GOSAC, DfID
Maggie Murphy

Sarah Harris, TI Health programme
Planning Open Contracting and Healthcare project
16 August 2017 DfID Julia Kraetke, Private Sector Development Advisor Maggie Murphy

TI UK
Scoping the possibility of a DfID Business Integrity initiative
08 August 2017 Denmark Ministry of Foreign Affairs Nicolaj A. Hejberg Petersen, Adwan Mohamad, Torben Lindqvist. Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, TI UK
Lessons learned from the Anti-Corruption Summit that can be applied to the IACC in Copenhagen, 2018
24 July 2017 DfID Sylvia Bluck, Advisor, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Maggie Murphy

The future of Open Ownership; the global beneficial ownership register
18 July 2017 UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Alison Crocket, FCO
Andrew Preston, Cabinet Office
Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, TI UK
Forthcoming UN General Assembly: keeping corruption on the agenda
11 July 2017 Cayman Finance Jude Scott, CEO Maggie Murphy

Duncan Hames, TI UK
Strengths and weaknesses of the Cayman Islands anti-money laundering and corruption mechanisms and structures.
07 June 2017 UK Cabinet office Alex Patridge, Commonwealth team, Cabinet Office
Tamara Leigh, Commonwealth team, Cabinet Office
Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, TI UK
Forthcoming Commonwealth Summit
31 May 2017 Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice; Agency against Corruption, Ministry of Justice; Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Ministry of National Defense Chiu, Tai-San, Minister, Ministry of Justice;
I-Tsun Huang, Director, Anti-Corruption Division, Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice;
Lin, Yu-Chen, Deputy Director, Anti-Corruption Division, Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice;
Lai, Jer-Shyong, Director-General, Agency against Corruption, Ministry of Justice;
Tseng, Chao-Kai, Chief Secretary, Agency against Corruption, Ministry of Justice;
Kao, Po-Yang Director of Planning Division, Agency against Corruption, Ministry of Justice;
Hsu Jyh-Yun, Director General, Civil Service Ethics Office, Ministry of National Defense;
Lt. Gen. Po, Horng-huei, Administrative Deputy Minister, Ministry of National Defense;
Adm. Pu, Tse Chun, Vice Minister (policy), Ministry of National Defense;
Francois Chih-Chung WU Ph.D., Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
Adam Foldes

Ernie Ko - TI Chinese Taipei
Ministry of Justice / AAC
Conduct a review of the UNCAC implementation in Taiwan.
Start implementing OECD Anti-bribery Convention even if Taiwan is not a party to it.
Propose a good quality and comprehensive bill on protection of whistleblowers and get the Parliament adopt it.

Ministry of Defence
It is very welcome that the ministry takes the government defence index very seriously and the commitment to further improve. The index shows http://government.defenceindex.org/countries/taiwan/ where the country could improve.

Investigation Bureau
Taiwan already criminalises foreign bribery and should step up its anti-foreign bribery enforcement.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Apply to become participant (observer) of the OECD Working Group on Bribery

Train public officials and other staff who work at trade offices of Taiwan in foreign countries.
This training should include how to detect foreign bribery and money laundering, where to report suspicion of these offences and providing advice on how Taiwanese companies can handle solicitation or extortion of bribes and contacts in AAC and in the Investigation Bureau who can further help companies.

Improve anti-money laundering work
  • http://government.defenceindex.org/countries/taiwan/
24 May 2017 UN Human Rights Council 1. H.E. Mr Thomas Hajnoczi, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Austria
2. H.E. Mr Andre Pung, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Estonia
3. H.E. Mr Hasan Kleib, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Indonesia
4. H.E. Mr Amr Ramadan, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, The Arab Republic of Egypt
5. H.E. Mr Julian Braithwaite, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, United Kingdom
6. H.E. Mrs Mitsuko SHINO, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative, Japan
7. H.E. Mr Reinout Vos, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative, Netherlands
8. H.E. Mr Jerzy Baurski, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative, Poland
9. Mr Jonathan Han, Deputy Permanent Representative, Singapore
10. Mr Yoseph Kassaye Yoseph, Minister, Deputy Permanent Representative, Ethiopia
11. Mr Filbert Kouassi Gleglaud, Chargé d'Affaires a.i. Minister, Côte d’Ivoire
12. Mr Saïd Ahouga, Minister, Morocco
13. Mr Duan Jiang, Minister, China
14. Mr Carlos Eduardo Eduardo da Cunha Oliveira, Counsellor, Brasil
15. Ms Signe Dam, First Secretary, Denmark


The negative impact of corruption on the enjoyment of human rights - practical means to address this nexus
24 May 2017 UN Human Rights Council 1. H.E. Mr Thomas Hajnoczi, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Austria
2. H.E. Mr Andre Pung, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Estonia
3. H.E. Mr Hasan Kleib, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, Indonesia
4. H.E. Mr Amr Ramadan, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, The Arab Republic of Egypt
5. H.E. Mr Julian Braithwaite, Ambassador, Permanent Representative, United Kingdom
6. H.E. Mrs Mitsuko SHINO, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative, Japan
7. H.E. Mr Reinout Vos, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative, Netherlands
8. H.E. Mr Jerzy Baurski, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative, Poland
9. Mr Jonathan Han, Deputy Permanent Representative, Singapore
10. Mr Yoseph Kassaye Yoseph, Minister, Deputy Permanent Representative, Ethiopia
11. Mr Filbert Kouassi Gleglaud, Chargé d'Affaires a.i. Minister, Côte d’Ivoire
12. Mr Saïd Ahouga, Minister, Morocco
13. Mr Duan Jiang, Minister, China
14. Mr Carlos Eduardo Eduardo da Cunha Oliveira, Counsellor, Brasil
15. Ms Signe Dam, First Secretary, Denmark

Casey Kelso

The negative impact of corruption on the enjoyment of human rights - practical means to address this nexus
20 April 2017 Department for International Development Raj Baisya & Fiona Morrison, DfID Policy & Programme Managers for Anti-Corruption Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, TI UK
Anti-Corruption Summit follow-up
UK pledge tracker
08 March 2017 DFID Jonathan Hargreaves, Director of Government, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Maggie Murphy

Robert Barrington, TI UK
Forthcoming and recent TI publications
Anti-Corruption Summit follow-up - plans for implementing commitments
02 March 2017 DfID Dr Peter J Evans, Team Leader, Governance, Conflict and Social Development Research Team

Other participants
Sarah Birch King’s College London
Mark Butler CDC group
Nathalie DelaPalme The Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Fredrik Eriksson Chr. Michelson Institute / U4
Duncan Green Oxfam
Shadrach Commonwealth Secretariat
Bo Rothstein Blavatnik School of Government
Thomas Shipley CDC group
Tina Søreide Norwegian School of Economics
Joel Turkewitz World Bank
Robert Wade London School of Economics
Maggie Murphy

Advisory Group meeting: DfID Anti-Corruption Evidence research programme.
16 February 2017 DfID Laura, Leyser, Deputy Head – Financial Accountability & Anti-Corruption Team | Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department Maggie Murphy

The possible establishment of a global SDG's Communication Hub
15 February 2017 Commonwealth Secretariat Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, TI UK
Overlaps in work areas between TI movement and Commonwealth Secretariat (sport, public sector governance, natural resources, business)
25 January 2017 G20 G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group (co-chaired by Germany and Brazil), World Bank, OECD, UNODC Maggie Murphy

Angela Reitmeier, Transparency International Germany
G20 implementation of anti-corruption commitments on open data, open contracting in health procurement, supply chains, anti-money laundering and professional gatekeepers, such as the real estate and luxury goods sectors. Transparency International colleagues also participated in an evening reception and in the 6th Annual High Level Anti-Corruption Conference for G20 Governments, Business and Civil Society the following day, January 26 2017.
  • Forthcoming
19 January 2017 DfID Laura Leyser, DfID Maggie Murphy

Implementation of SDG 16
19 January 2017 President of Mongolia Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj, President of Mongolia
Mongolia's CPI score
Importance of Asset Declarations
19 January 2017 Brazil's Prosecutor General Rodrigo Janot, Prosecutor General (Brazil)
Internationalization of Carwash Operation (Lava Jato) through the establishment of Joint investigation team (JIT)
06 January 2017 UK Cabinet Office Alice Pilia, Joint Anti-Corruption Unit Maggie Murphy

Forthcoming G20/B20 meetings
15 December 2016 Swiss (SECO) State Secretary for Economic Affairs Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch, State Secretary for Economic Affairs
Martin Hilti (TI Switzerland) Eric Martin (TI Switzerland)
TI’s global work and the work of the National Chapter
14 December 2016 Australia Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Donna-Jean Nicholson, Director, G20 Policy Unit at Australian Government, Economic Policy Division Maggie Murphy

G20 anti-corruption agenda under the German presidency
  • Transparency international: Our work on the G20 www.transparency.org/whatwedo/activity/our_work_on_the_g20
14 December 2016 Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) Jon Lomøy, Director General
Informal lunch to discuss TI & Norad's partnership
30 November 2016 DfID Stewart Dolier, DfID
Juliet Walton, DFID
Andrew Preston, Cabinet Office
Raj Baisya, DfID
Alex Hamilton, DfID
Phil Mason, DfID
Jackie Peace, DfID
Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, TI UK
Monitoring the Anti-Corruption Summit commitments
23 November 2016 DfID Priti Patel, Secretary of State Maggie Murphy

Robert Barrington, Executive Director, TI UK
DfID and TI efforts on increasing transparency and accountability and ending corruption
15 November 2016 DfID Jonathan Hargreaves, Head of DFID’s Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department Maggie Murphy

Informal lunch with civil society partners to discuss DFID’s forward agenda on transparency and open government
28 October 2016 DfID Rory Stewart, Minister of State for International Development Maggie Murphy

Robert Barrington, Transparency International UK, Katherine Dixon, Transparency International Defence and Security Programme
TI's approach to tackling corruption with particular focus on transitional and fragile states.
18 October 2016 G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group representatives Maggie Murphy

Discussed items for inclusion within the new G20 Anti-Corruption Implementaion Plan 2017-2018 (with particular emphasis on open data, beneficial ownership, extractives transparency, open contracting and G20 accountability)
12 October 2016 World Bank Chris Browne, Chief Procurement Officer Maggie Murphy

James Sale, Transparency International Pharmaceuticals and Health Programme
Implementation of the new World Bank Procurement Policy
10 October 2016 DFID Juliet Walton, Anti-Corruption Advisor, DFID Maggie Murphy

DfID's approach to implementing Anti-Corruption Summit commitments
06 October 2016 Cabinet Office Alice Pilia, Department for Exiting the European Union Maggie Murphy

Representation by civil society and business at the third G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group meeting in October 2016
27 September 2016 Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) Simon Walker, Treaty Bodies Division; Karim Ghezraoui, Special Procedures Division; Norberto Frydman and Melanie Santizo, Americas Division; Jamshid Gaziyev, Defenders desk; Richard Lapper and Bat-Erdene Ayuush, Right to Development Branch;
Mercedes de Freitas

Strengthening TI's engagement with the Office and with independent human rights mechanisms on corruption issues.
26 September 2016 UN Human Rights Council Lukas Heinzer, First Secretary, Swiss mission to the UN Mercedes de Freitas

Developments on corruption and human rights at UN HRC
26 September 2016 UN Human Rights Council Bob Last, UK mission
Roisin Fegan, UK mission
Mercedes de Freitas

Developments on corruption and human rights at UN HRC
26 September 2016 Religious adviser to the Egyptian President Dr Usama Al-Azhari

The role of faith based institutions in encouraging development. A copy of the Egyptian national integrity assessment was shared
21 September 2016 FATF Secretariat Valerie Schilling, Violaine Clerc
Enhancing effective implementation of FATF recommendation 8 mutual evaluations
13 September 2016 US Embassy, UK Lynette Behnke, Economic Officer, U.S. Embassy London
Laura Russ, Political Officer, U.S. Embassy London
Maggie Murphy

Jameela Raymond, Transparency International UK
Implementation of Anti-Corruption Summit commitments.
09 September 2016 Cabinet Office Alice Pilia, Department for Exiting the European Union Maggie Murphy

Potential representation by civil society and business at the third G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group meeting in October 2016
08 September 2016 Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan Ching-Hsiang Tsai, Director General
Allen Yang, Director, International Operations Division
Peter Lee, Legal Liaison Officer, International Operations Division
Adam Foldes
Casey Kelso

Grand Corurption; anti-money laundering; Central American Parliament
07 September 2016 German Ministry for Justice Markus Busch, Head of Division, Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection
Silvia Spaeth, Detective Chief Inspector, Federal Ministry of the Interior
Maggie Murphy

Anna Maija Mertens, TI Germany
G20 Summit outcomes and corruption priorities for the G20 2017-2018
19 August 2016 Cabinet Office Andrew Corcoran, Principal Analyst – Serious Organised Crime, Cabinet Office,
Andrew Preston, Cabinet Office
Katherine Osborn, National Crime Agency
Emily Robinson, National Crime Agency
Maggie Murphy

Case studies to inform the development of the forthcoming UK Anti-Corruption Strategy
27 July 2016 Cabinet Office David Makinson, Senior Policy Advisor | Joint Anti Corruption Unit, European & Global Issues Secretariat, Cabinet Office
Maggie Murphy

Rachel Davies, TI UK Eva Anderson, TI UK
Discussion to inform the preparation of HM Government’s Anti-Corruption Strategy, with particular focus on domestic vulnerabilities, and the role the UK plays in facilitating international corruption and the laundering of the proceeds of corruption from around the world.
27 July 2016 DFID Juliet Walton, Anti-Corruption Advisor, DFID
Jonathan Hargreaves, Head, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department, DFID
Laura Leyser, Deputy Head – Financial Accountability & Anti-Corruption Team | Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department
Maggie Murphy

DfID's approach to implementing Anti-Corruption Summit commitments
21 July 2016 DfID, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK Cabinet Office John Virgoe, Head of Joint Anti Corruption Unit, Cabinet Office
Jonathan Hargreaves, Head, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department, DFID
Alison Crockett, FCO
Maggie Murphy

Robert Barrington, Executive Director, TI UK
Anti-Corruption Summit analysis and follow-up
19 July 2016 DFID Sylvia Bluck, Governance Advisor Maggie Murphy

The possibility of developing a Global Beneficial Ownership Register
29 June 2016 Swiss Embassy Nicholas C. Niggli, Head, Economic, Finance, Science & Innovation Section
Chairman, Association of Economic Representatives in London (AERL – aerlondon.org.uk)
Maggie Murphy

Ben Cowdock, TI-UK
TI UK research on corrupt capital, Implementation of Summit commitments, topics of interest for the Association of Economic Representatives in London,
28 June 2016 DFID Sylvia Bluck, Governance Adviser Maggie Murphy

Potential support for a new Global Beneficial Ownership register
17 June 2016 Asian Football Confederation Alex Phillips, AFC-UEFA MoU Consultant; Oscar Brodkin, Sportradar.
TI feedback on what is required to develop a meaningful whistleblower protection framework for the AFC.
09 June 2016 Swiss Embassy Rebekka Benesch, First Secretary Financial and Fiscal Affairs Maggie Murphy

Ben Cowdock, TI UK
Follow up to Anti-Corruption Summit
09 June 2016 G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group representatives Maggie Murphy

Represented the views of civil society representatives to the G20 ACWG summarising the recommendations from the following day (ie, not always representing TI research/priorities). Themes included open contracting, pen data, foreign bribery, UNCAC implementation, beneficial ownership, fiscal transparency and denial of entry to corrupt officials.
08 June 2016 G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group Anti-Corruption Working Group representatives from all G20 members Maggie Murphy

Fulfilment of current G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan and content of future G20 Anti-Corruption Action Plan.
Focus on open data, public procurement, beneficial ownership, testing the implementation of existing G20 Principles by assessing application within a specific sector.
08 June 2016 German Ministry of Justice Markus Busch, Head of Division, Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection
Maggie Murphy

James Sale, TI UK
Corruption priorities for the G20 2017-2018
08 June 2016 Argentina Transparency and Anti-Corruption Office Laura Alonso, Secretary, Transparency and Anti-Corruption Office Maggie Murphy

James Sale, TI UK
Corruption priorities for the G20 2017-2018
06 June 2016 DFID Sylvia Bluck, Governance Adviser
Maggie Murphy

The possibility of developing a Global Beneficial Ownership Register
25 May 2016 European Commission Vera Jourova, European Commissioner for the Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality
EU beneficial ownership regulation, UK Summit outcomes
25 May 2016 European Commission Enrico Petrocelli, Member of HRVP' Cabinet in charge of the EU Global Strategy
Alfredo Conte, Head of Strategic Planning at the EEAS

TI’s submission to discuss the future direction of EU foreign policy and to enquire how the EU’s commitments to implement SDG 16 will align with the new foreign policy.
24 May 2016 DFID Maggie Murphy

Workshop on approaches to tackling corruption within future DfID programmes with wide range of stakeholders.
19 May 2016 Finland Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Justice
Tommi Niinimäki (Chair, TI Finland)
Discuss strategic partnership between TI and Finland; engagement on improving Finland's anti-corruption efforts.
18 May 2016 UK Cabinet Office John Virgoe, Head of Joint Anti Corruption Unit
Charles Barry, International Policy Adviser
Maggie Murphy

Forthcoming G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group meeting
12 May 2016 Department for International Development, UK Jonathan Hargreaves and colleagues of the Anti-Corruption team
Giorgi Oniani, TI Georgia, Joann Van Engen, TI Honduras, Phil Newman, TI Australia
Discussed outcome of UK summit, TI work in several countries, and its links to TI's strategy
12 May 2016 EY Chris Costa, Jim McCurry
Initiative of professional services firms to collaborate on anti-corruption
11 May 2016 UK Government; Nigeria government; US government; Fadli Zon, Vice Speaker of the House of Representatives, Indonesia
Casey Kelso
Maggie Murphy
José Carlos Ugaz

Preventing corruption, Building Integrity, Ending Impunity: Transparenc Business, Enforcing Conventions, Empowering Citizens, Open Contracting, Financial Centres, Open Data
05 May 2016 DfID, UK Cabinet office John Virgoe, Head of Joint Anti Corruption Unit, Cabinet Office
Juliet Walton, Anti-Corruption Advisor, DFID
Daniel Arghiros, Team Leader, Financial Accountability and Anti-Corruption, DFID
Jonathan Hargreaves, Head, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department, DFID
Lloyd Cameron, Policy Adviser, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department, DFID
Maggie Murphy

Nick Maxwell, TI UK
Anti-Corruption Summit
Tackling Corruption Together Conference
04 May 2016 Commonwealth Secretariat
Possible TI inputs to forthcoming Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting (4 August 2016) and Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport Meeting (23 May 2016).
04 May 2016 PWC
Preparation for co-organized GCR sport event in New York, 16 May 2016, on the role of sponsors in strengthening integrity in sport.
04 May 2016 Regional Anti-Corruption Initiative Tilman Hoppe, anti-corruption consultant Adam Foldes

Draft International Agreement on Exchange of Data for Verifying Asset Declarations
03 May 2016 UK Cabinet Office, UK Department for International Development (DFID), John Virgoe, Head of Joint Anti Corruption Unit, Cabinet Office
Juliet Walton, Anti-Corruption Advisor, DFID
Daniel Arghiros, Team Leader, Financial Accountability and Anti-Corruption, DFID
Jonathan Hargreaves, Head, Governance, Open Societies and Anti-Corruption Department, DFID
Maggie Murphy

Nick Maxwell, TI UK
Anti-Corruption Summit
Tackling Corruption Together Conference