Martin Aquilina Selected to Supervise “Global Anti-Corruption University Project”

Martin Aquilina, a seasoned international business lawyer at HazloLaw – Business Lawyers, has been selected by the Telfer School of Management to supervise MBA students involved in the School’s “Global Anti-Corruption University Project”, which forms part of its mandatory course in Corporate Governance and Ethics.  The Project’s objective is to develop or strengthen, as required, an anti-corruption compliance program for two SMEs.  This year’s companies include JCM Capital, a financier of solar energy projects in second and third-world countries with offices in Toronto, Canada and London, England, and ING Robotic Aviation, a company based in Orléans, Ontario that makes drones designed for surveillance and monitoring purposes.

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