Who we introduce

Chris Moll obtained a B.Sc in Naval Science and Operational Studies from Royal Netherlands Naval College (1985), an LL.B and LL.M. from the University of Amsterdam in International Law, European Law and Public Administration (1995).

He is an Alumnus of the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA), where he obtained ´Cum Laude´ the Master of Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS 2014-2016). Furthermore, he completed (so far) IACA Certificate Programmes on ‘Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity (LICIT)’, the ‘IACA Summer Academy’ (IACSA 2014) and ‘Best of’ seminars on ‘Grand Corruption’ (2015) and ‘Corruption and Economics’ (2016). 

He served in the Royal Netherlands Navy, where he has been extensively involved in military HRM-policy and workplace ethics, as well as international military and maritime legal affairs (1987-1998).

Next, Chris Moll combined senior policy advisorship (public sector labor governance, workplace ethics, dispute resolution) at the Centre for Public Sector Labour Relations (CAOP) with research positions and assignments at the Amsterdam Institute of Advanced Labour Studies (University of Amsterdam) (1998-2004) and the OECD, Paris (2006-2007).

At the Academy for Legislation, Chris Moll designed and coordinated (inter)national capacity building projects on regulatory governance, reform and enforcement (2004-2006). Next, he co-founded and directed the European Academy for Law and Legislation (EALL), aimed at creating an international community of professionals in regulatory governance in Europe and beyond (2007-2012).

He is an active participant of the regional policy dialogue of the MENA/OECD Working Group (IV) on ´Public Service Delivery, PPPs and Regulatory Reform´ since its inception (2007). Chris Moll cooperated substantively with GOV/OECD and SIGMA/OECD in capacity building, training and exchange activities regionally, supportive of the MENA/OECD Governance Programme.

Chris Moll has been registered as expert for annual consultation of the OECD Working Group on Bribery (2012).

Being a staunch anti-corruption advocate, Chris Moll was Board Member of Transparency International Netherlands (TI-NL) and has worked closely with TI-UK (London) and TI-S (International Secretariat, Berlin) in advocacy and as a peer reviewer. Currently, he is Board member at the Institute For Financial Crime (IFFC, The Hague).