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THE COPENHAGEN CHARTER COMBINES THE BRIBERY, FRAUD AND CORRUPTION (BFC) ISSUES AND PROCESSES TO THE COMPONENTS OF GOVERNANCE, RISK MANAGEMENT, COMPLIANCE AND IT SECURITY (GRC) FOR ADDED AUTOMATION, COMFORT, COMPLIANCE AND CONTROLS PROVIDE BUSINESS INSIGHTS AND VALUE.



The question is how structured and reliable is the company's BFC strategy. We suggest the Copenhagen Charter® roadmap and framework as a GPS to organize your GRC journey.

Most companies comply to BFC laws, because they now have an extraterritorial nature. As a matter of fact, European companies are subject to stricter legislation when the company or a business associate, or an outsources company, or even a third party is doing business in countries with growing consumer corruption such as China, Mexico, Russia, Brazil, India or South Africa.

Therefore it is necessary to have some method related to governance, risk management, compliance and IT security issues.

We define G as the company's business journey to be competent and reliably perform the Governance objectives. The R addresses business uncertainties thru a structured enterprise risk management development. The C acts with integrity in a manner by which the organisation is in compliance to all BFC laws, rules and regulations. Thereby combine the BFC efforts and capture IT security to combine, integrate and automate the organisations processes.

The principles and distinguishing characteristic of Copenhagen Charter is to reach BFC compliance in a single framework that involves strategy, process, information, and technology to work together across the business, its operations and processes.

BFC actions requires the metrics of the quantification exercise provided by the framework so that management can assess the prioritized GRC quantities by integrating the different types of BFC applications and content across the business by mapping the different issues to the GRC processes.

We provide the experience as there are no shortcuts and many bumps along the way. You need complete several exercises to achieve efficiency, effectiveness, and agility in a dynamic and distributed long term business environment and avoid duplication of efforts.

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Is the CEO of Money Transfer International with wide experience in all major Governance, Risk Management, Compliance, Fraud, Bribery and Corruption issues and problems throughout the world. She is a special adviser to a number of dignitaries and a widely sought after speaker at all Major Conferences on several Corporate Governance issues. Lady Olga is a former British MP for the Conservative party. Prior to her political career she was a reporter for the Fleet Street News Agency, a columnist in the London Sunday Express (1967-1991). In 1998 she became a contributor to the Daily Mail.

Lady Olga brings together a remarkable amount of first hand international knowledge on major Governance, Risk Management, Compliance, Fraud, Bribery and Corruption concerns and dilemma to the steering and management of Copenhagen Charter organization. Her guidance is based on her vast international experience including the understanding of politics and political issues.
I grew up in Kent, went to a British boarding school and obtained a university education (London & Oxford). After teaching and lecturing for two years in the UK, I worked as a consultant and a part-time lecturer in Denmark. When KPMG was formed in 1988, I became a Partner and Director running e-learning for KPMG worldwide for a ten year period. Since 1998, I have been running various companies that have owned all the e-learning intellectual property I helped to develop and which I purchased from KPMG via MS Consulting Group.

Besides owning the MS Consulting Group, I am the CEO of the Nordic Academy of The International Institute of Written Oxford English – a business to business language training e-learning services franchise for the Rosetta Stone Group (global leader in blended e-learning).

I have also held Board positions on a number of professional Boards since 1985 (in Sweden, Norway, Spain, UK and Hong Kong) and was the founding Chairman of the British Chamber of Commerce in Denmark (BCCD) which was registered in 2003. In March 2008, Alf Duch-Pedersen and I were able to merge the BIU (British Import Union) into BCCD after which I was appointed the merged BCCD-BIU's first President.
Kersi Porbunderwalla is the founder and CEO of Riskability®, and founder and general secretary of Copenhagen Charter® and Copenhagen Charter®.

After his early retirement from ExxonMobil, Kersi has been involved in several Global Good Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (BFC) Projects for multinationals like IBM, Shell, BP, Volvo and any others.

He continues to implement BFC journeysfor a variety of clients to develop custom tailored BFC folder that includes methodologies, roadmaps, and specific solutions to assignments, training and certification.

Kersi conducts workshops, seminars and conferences that focus on developing and implementing BFC applications & frameworks into operational environments. He is a consultant, instructor, researcher, commentator and practitioner on 4 continents.
Torben Nielsen was the Royal Governor of The Danish National Bank from 1996-2011.
The Danish National Bank is the central bank of the Kingdom of Denmark. It is a non-eurozone member of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). Since its establishment in 1818, objective of the Nationalbank as an independent and credible institution is to issue the Danish currency, the krone, and ensure its stability. Mr. Nielsen is a Honorary Professor at the Copenhagen Business School and member of the board of directors of a variety of International Financial Institutions.

Torben Nielsen brings to the Copenhagen Charter a remarkable amount of first hand international knowledge on major EU Governance, Risk Management, Compliance, concerns and dilemma related to Finance, Credit and Capital Markets. His guidance is based on his in depth international experience including the understanding the continued credit and financial crisis.


We named our services Copenhagen Charter® and Copenhagen Compliance ® because Denmark is obliged to provide guidance as she continues to be on the top of the list as the least corrupt country in the world and is in the forefront to introduce good governance, CSR codex. Copenhagen Charter® and Copenhagen Compliance ® helps all global companies to steer clear of the non-compliance risks by providing information and guidance services on the components of corporate governance, risk management and compliance. We have comprehensive global coverage, analysis, research databases and interactive IT tools to support companies and corporate executives—to stay informed, as we head into an ever-more-intensive regulatory environment.