The Geneva-based Global Risk Profile (GRP), which specializes in the prevention of corruption, fraud and money laundering risks, has the honor of welcoming Philippe de Koster to its scientific committee.
Since Jan 2017, Mr. de Koster serves as Advocate General at the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Court of Cassation in Brussels. He is also President of the Belgian Financial Intelligence Processing Unit (CTIF-CFI) since March 2016.
He has extensive expertise in law, governance and anti-fraud measures. Philippe de Koster gained professional experience working as a deputy public prosecutor from 1988 until 1997 and later joined (1995) the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) of the European Commission until 1998. From 20 July 1999 until 15 July 2003, he was deputy head of Cabinet of the Minister of Justice, naming just a few of his prominent positions throughout his career.
The scientific committee of GRP was formed almost two years ago and boasts internationally renowned experts.
Joël Pastre, CEO of GRP, comments: “We are pleased to count Philippe de Koster among the members of our scientific committee. We welcome him and thank him for sharing his experience and valuable expertise with our team to elevate further our quality services.”