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Third International Nazaha Conference (Protecting Integrity and Fighting Corruption in Privatization Programs)

4 April–5 April 2018

  • Conference

  • Starting 9:00AM

  • Ending 5:00PM EDT

  • Online

  • Applications closed

Saudi Arabia's National Anti-Corruption Commission, known as Nazaha, organized this 4-5 April conference focused on "protecting integrity and fighting corruption on both national and international levels in line with Saudi Vision 2030." The conference hosted 36 experts and experts in the field and looked at protecting integrity in privatization programs, fighting corruption in privatization programs and international experiences in privatization programs. The conference program included six sessions and three workshops.

NRGI MENA acting director Laury Haytayan participated in a 5 April panel, International Experiences in Privatization Programs, moderated by Dr. Abdulaziz bin Mas'ad Al-Wathaini, head of the accounting department and a member of the Faculty of Business Administration in Al-Faisal University. They were joined by Fayez bin Abdulhadi Ben Ahmed, head of the economics department of the Modern Academy of Computer Science and Management Technology in Egypt; Stephen Beatty, chairman of global infrastructure at KPMG; Bradley Watson, regional practice leader, Middle East & North Africa, at Ernst & Young; and Ibrahim Ahmed Albassam, senior managing partner, Pkf Albassam & Co. 

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia