Distinguished award-winning MBA lecturer and internationally recognized speaker, Mr. Tassé is a member of Transparency International’s Anti-Corruption Expert Network, a guest contributor on economic crimes, fraud, bribery, and corruption for CBC/Radio-Canada, the Financial Post, and The Globe and Mail, a guest blogger on white-collar crime, and senior advisor on strategic initiatives to the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption.

Widely regarded as a leading authority on white-collar crime and recognized as a specialist in proactive anti-bribery and anti-corruption ethics and compliance, Mr. Tassé is at the forefront of anti-corruption issues. He has been quoted in numerous newspapers and magazine articles and has led conference, consulting, and training sessions for various publicly-traded companies and organizations.

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