President & Executive Committee
New Term of Executive Committee (2022-2024)
The new term of the IAACA Executive Committee (ExCo) was appointed by the General Meeting held on 5 January 2022. It consists of a President, four Vice-Presidents, 14 Organisational and Honorary Members, two Advisers and an Observer. The Secretary-General was appointed at the ExCo Meeting held on the same day.
Members (in alphabetical order of country)
Regional Coordination Mechanism
To extend our reach to all anti-corruption agencies in different parts of the world in a systematic and coordinated approach, a new regional coordination mechanism has been introduced. Under this mechanism, member organisations are categorised under five regional groups with reference to the United Nations Regional Groups of Member States, each led by a Regional Coordinator.
The President and four Vice-Presidents will take up the role of Regional Coordinators to devise and implement initiatives to promote networking and collaboration among members through regional training programmes, capacity building activities and regular meetings.
Asia-Pacific States - Mr Simon Peh, President of IAACA, Special Adviser of ICAC, Hong Kong, China
African States - Adv. JL Andy Mothibi, Vice-President of IAACA, Head and Chief Executive, Special Investigating Unit, South Africa
Eastern European States - H.E. Mr Fikrat Mammadov, Vice-President of IAACA, Minister of Justice, Ministry of Justice, Azerbaijan Republic
Latin American and Caribbean States - Mr Jorge Bermúdez, Vice-President of IAACA, Comptroller General, Office of the Comptroller General, Chile Republic
Western European and other States - Mr Charles Duchaine, Vice-President of IAACA, Director, French Anti-Corruption Agency, France
The Training Committee was set up in 2017 with the objective to propose, oversee and evaluate training-related activities. The IAACA Training Committee co-hosted two international training programmes with the Hong Kong, ICAC in 2019 and Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in 2021 respectively.
With the completion of the previous term, the ExCo appointed a new term of the Training Committee at its 1st meeting held on 5 January 2022.
Mr Simon Peh, President of IAACA and Special Adviser of Independent Commission Against Corruption, Hong Kong, China
Central Vigilance Commission, India
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, Malaysia
Independent Commission Against Corruption, Mauritius
National Authority for Probity, Prevention and Fight Against Corruption, Morocco
International Anti-Corruption Academy
Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center, Qatar
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime