2021 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum


Angelos Binis

National Transparency Authority, Greece


Angelos Binis is the Governor of the Hellenic National Transparency Authority (NTA) since 06 September 2019. NTA was established as an independent authority in August 2019 bringing together three sectorial (Transport, Health and Public Works) and two inter-ministerial (the General Inspector of Public administration and the Body of Inspectors-Auditors for PA) inspection and audit bodies, plus the General Secretariat against Corruption. NTA has three main operational pillars: a) corruption and maladministration audits and investigations, b) prevention and integrity policies, and c) awareness raising and communication activities. From 2015 to 2019, he worked as a Policy Analyst at the OECD in the Public Governance Directorate/Public Sector Integrity Division focusing on advancing the work on transparency, audit and Anti-corruption. He has been involved in various projects in Europe, Latin America, and the MENA region and drafted or contributed in several OECD working documents, reports and official publications. From 2006 to 2014, Mr Binis worked in the General Accounting Office/Fiscal Audit Committee, as a fiscal controller-auditor, the General Inspector of Public Administration and the Body of Inspectors-Auditors of Public Administration, as a Chief Auditor. Mr Binis has a legal background from the University of Athens (LL.B) and the University of Bristol (LL.M). He is a PhD candidate working on the linkages between internal control and democratic accountability. He has also graduated from the Hellenic National School of Public Administration. He holds the CFE professional designation from ACFE USA, as well as the CIA and the CGAP professional designations from the IIA Global. He also holds the Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) from IIA and the COSO Internal Control Certification.