The Geneva-based Global Risk Profile (GRP), which specializes in the prevention of corruption, fraud and money laundering, has the honor of welcoming Stanislas Zuin as a member of its scientific committee.
President of the Geneva Court of Accounts until the end of 2018, Stanislas Zuin has extensive expertise in audits, fraud investigations, as well as ethics and governance issues. He applies his expertise and years of experience to the service of many institutions and projects. Mr. Zuin is a lecturer at the University of Geneva and the International Anti-Corruption Academy, heads his own consulting company, as well as chairs the Audit and Finance Committee of Genève Aéroport.
“Established on the Geneva market for over ten years, the company Global Risk Profile is recognized for the high quality of its work and its multidisciplinary approach in the field of due diligence. So I quite naturally agreed to join its scientific committee to share my expertise,” says Stanislas Zuin about his recent appointment.
The scientific committee of GRP was formed about one year ago and boasts four internationally renowned experts.
Joël Pastre, CEO of GRP, recounts the context behind the committee’s creation: “The Scientific Committee brings to GRP a deep understanding in the different areas intrinsically linked to Due Diligence: the fight against corruption, economic crimes and various forms of fraud. The knowledge, experience and skills of the committee members support the growth and development of GRP, guiding us to a consistently superior quality of service and a capacity for continuous innovation. “