Our area of focus and expertise
Who we are: Integritas360 [Latin: in’te.gri.tas:s], is a global corporate and social enterprise committed to advancing integrity and raising ethical practices in global development. The cornerstone of our work is providing assurance & advisory services, training, and anti-corruption certification to the charity / non-profit, government and international development sectors; and specialise in designing and implementing bespoke solutions to address challenges in the inter-related areas of anti-corruption, AML/CTF, integrity, governance, and accountability.
We also support commercial organisations who are wishing to expand into frontier and emerging markets, to protect themselves from key corruptions risks (such as bribery).
What we stand for
“An ethical life is built of integrity, honesty, kindness, decency and belief in truth, justice, honour, respect, compassion, and working together to make life better”. Mark Twain
The World Bank now ranks corruption as the single greatest obstacle to reducing poverty. We genuinely believe however, that it is possible to live in a world without corruption, and that central to this is developing and maintaining the highest levels of integrity and ethical standing. Dealing with corruption can no longer be seen as someone else’s problem, as it is a key determinant in securing positive development outcomes.
At the heart of this is the simple belief that each of us – whether an individual or an organisation – can consciously choose to accept the status quo and shrug off or ignore instances of corruption and unethical behaviour, or, can challenge and change it. In simple black and white terms we can either elect to be part of the problem, or part of the solution. Integritas360 has chosen to be part of the solution.
Who we work with
With a unique skill-set and extensive experience from both the corporate and not for profit (charity/NGO) sectors, we take a holistic approach to development issues, and look to partner with organisations and communities who are seeking ethical ways of solving the challenges needed to achieve transformational change.
Our main focus is in the development sector, where we engage with actors operating both locally and internationally. This includes charities and other non-profits, as well as private and public donor institutions, regulators, government agencies, and commercial organisations operating in emerging and frontier markets.
We also interact with various world bodies in the field, and are signatories to both the United Nations Global Compact’s Call to Action on anti-corruption, and the International Businesses Standards Organization’ (IBSO’s) Worldwide Charter for Fair International Commerce.
Integritas360 is a pre-qualified supplier of corruption prevention services to NSW Government Agencies (under ‘SCM0005 – Pre-qualification Scheme: Performance and Management Services’)
Who we are: Our Team
Jeremy Sandbrook – CEO / Principal
“From my years of working with multi-national corporations as well as with small donor dependent organisations in developing countries, one thing is clear – corruption and fraud takes place no matter where in the world you are”.
Jeremy has over 25 years experience in the corporate and international development sectors, and is one of only a handful of anti-corruption and governance practitioners who has seen and dealt with corruption from nearly every perspective and level; from working with a grass-roots community based organisations, to over a decade of experience at the most senior levels of an independent, non-governmental international development organisation; first as a country director in Africa, and then at its International Office in Europe.
A Chartered Accountant by profession, Jeremy completed his training with Coopers & Lybrand (now PWC), then moved into the corporate sector where he held a number of senior management positions including CFO of a number of Australian public company’s.
In 2004 Jeremy took what was meant to be a “temporary break” from the corporate world, and moved with his family to Malawi (one of the poorest county’s in the world) as a volunteer. This became the start of a 12+ year career in international development, first as the country director for SOS Children’s Villages Malawi (for five years), and then as the Deputy Continental Director (for Western Europe, North America and Australia), with SOS Children’s Villages International, based in Innsbruck, Austria.
Given his financial background and extensive first-hand experience in Africa, Jeremy became the advocate and thought-leader on anti-corruption within the SOS Children’s Village federation, and was appointed Special Advisor on Anti-Corruption, a role he held in addition to his existing responsibilities. Jeremy developed the organisation’s first Anti-corruption Framework, and its international anti-fraud and anti-corruption guidelines. He also authored a White Paper on corruption that led to the topic being made a strategic priority for the federation. Despite leaving SOS Children’s Villages in mid-2014, they became Integritas360’s first client.
Jeremy has extensive anti-corruption experience at both the policy development level, as well as at the coal-face when he was working in Malawi. He has also been involved in multiple investigations carried out in Malawi, Mozambique, Kenya, and Somalia. His expertise in the field of international corruption has been recognised through his appointment as a Member of the Advisory Council of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (USA). He has presented at the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency’s (Sida) NGO partner workshop on ‘Corruption As an Obstacle to Development’, and was the inaugural co-chair of the international INGO Accountability Charter’s Anti-Corruption Peer Advisory Group.
Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Commerce & Administration (Victoria University of Wellington), a Post-Graduate Diploma in Development Studies (Distinction) (Massey University), and a Master of Philosophy in development studies (Massey University). He has also attended a number of leadership and governance courses, both at the Pretoria University – and more recently – at the Harvard Kennedy School of Governance. In addition to this, Jeremy is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand, Transparency International, and the Ethics Centre. For more see Jeremy’s Linkedin Profile
Moni Psenner – Senior Associate
Moni’s professional experience in the development and humanitarian aid sector spans more than 15 years, where she worked with SOS Children’s Villages International. She has held a variety of management and leadership positions and has built and worked with intercultural and interdisciplinary teams and networks across Europe, Africa and Latin America.
As a trainer and facilitator, she has worked mainly with African local associations. Her track record extends from building and mentoring individuals to coaching and leading intercultural teams in the fields of emergency response and institutional partnership development.
Moni’s professional interests and specialties include organisational development, strategic planning, conflict analysis and conflict-sensitive programming, programme design and evaluation, and international partnership processes.
Moni holds a graduate degree in language studies (Leopold-Franzens Universität Innsbruck), a diploma in export and international business activities (The Management Center Innsbruck), and a Diploma in Crisis / Emergency Management & Contingency Planning (UMIT). She is a trained crisis and contingency manager. Currently she is studying International Affairs (MA) at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Link to Moni’s website
Z Allan Ntata – Associate
A governance and anti-corruption specialist, Allan has a diverse background from lecturing in law, to acting as legal counsel to the president of Malawi. He has a sound working knowledge of international anti-corruption and compliance frameworks, combined with hands-on practical experience in anti-corruption and anti-money laundering matters, having worked as a Legal Advisor and Senior State Advocate for the Malawi Anti-Corruption Bureau.
A barrister by profession, Allan has lived and worked in the Malawi, the UK, Australia, and the UAE. He holds a Bachelor of Law (from the University of Westminster), a Master of Law (from the University of Huddersfield), and is currently undertaking a PhD in anti-corruption, law and ethical governance (from Erasmus University Rotterdam).
Kirk Middleton – Associate
Kirk has spent ten years with Britain’s MI5 and the British Security Services, where he worked on complex intelligence gathering projects for the British Government. Since then, Kirk has specialised in managing complex international security, risk management, intelligence and investigation assignments for clients across the Asia-Pacific region, East Africa and Europe.
Kirk’s extensive experience in partnering with governments and other high-level stakeholders (in particular around strengthening enforcement capacity and raising awareness of key threats), combined with his high-level security background, ideally qualifies him in understanding the myriad challenges faced by organisations operating in the today’s increasingly complex global environment.
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