Skip to content

Bechtel’s Impact Report

2023 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum

  • Paris, France
  • 24 May 2023  -  25 May 2023

Action to Impact: Working Together to Strengthen Integrity and Fight Corruption

International co-operation among like-minded countries is crucial for addressing many of today’s crises - Russia´s war of aggression against Ukraine, rising inflation, deepening food and energy insecurity, and accelerating climate change. Corruption and a lack of integrity can be found at the core of many of these challenges, and exacerbate their effects on citizens, business, and government. Tackling issues such as the mismanagement of public funds, international bribery, tax fraud, and opaque lobbying practices will require both the public and private sectors to stand firm and work together. We need actions that translate into impact; solutions that serve the people, not just a select few. 

The 2023 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum focuses on policy solutions and business innovations that strengthen integrity and fight corruption. Join the Forum to provide impetus for integrity and bolster international action against corruption.



Paris, France

Bechtel at 2023 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum

Incentivising integrity in infrastructure: A systemic and multi-stakeholder approach

  • Wednesday, May 24, 2023
  • 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Local Time
  • CC 1 - OECD

portrait of Nina MartinIn this session Nina Martin, Bechtel, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer along with other industry leaders will explore to harness multi-stakeholder solutions, such as the Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Toolbox, to address corruption, de-risk projects, ensure actors across the infrastructure lifecycle are incentivized to act with integrity and support the reconstruction of Ukraine. 

Quality infrastructure is critical for supporting economic growth, enhancing prosperity and well-being. Over the next decade, trillions of dollars will be mobilized by public and private actors into infrastructure development to support a just transition, net zero goals and post-conflict reconstruction. However, infrastructure remains highly exposed to corruption, especially in at-risk contexts such as post-conflict environments, and can act as an enabler of serious human rights, labour and environmental abuses.

Presented by:

  • Nina Martin, Bechtel, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer
  • Nicola Allocca, Austostrade per l'Italia, Risk, Compliance, Business Continuity and Quality Director
  • Serhii Derkach, Ministry of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development, Ukraine, Deputy Minister
  • Becky Lenaburg, Microsoft, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel
  • Petter Matthews, Infrastructure Transparency Initiative (CoST), Executive Director
  • Peter Maurer, Basel Institute on Governance, President of the Board