Dr. Ayodele Akenroye received his Ph.D. in International Criminal law from McGill University, Montreal, Canada. After his Ph.D., he is a Research Fellow at the International Anti-Corruption Academy, Laxenburg, Austria. At the International Anti-Corruption Academy, his research is focused on implementing effective income and asset declaration mechanism for public officials in Nigeria as a tool in the fight against corruption.

Ayodele has extensive experience as a researcher and as a practitioner in business ethics, corporate integrity, anti-corruption, anti-bribery, compliance and law, internal investigations, legal and contract drafting, sanctions and risk management. He has worked as a consultant to private sector organizations in Canada to develop and implement anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance programs.

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Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing risks in Fiji

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Ayodele Akenroye


International Anti-Corruption Academy

Professional Title

Research Fellow - Anti-Corruption


  • Americas
  • Sub-Saharan Africa




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