17th IACC has ended

The world’s greatest forum for civil society, goverments and the private sector working together to fight corruption.

A preview of the agenda is found below. Please note that this is a draft agenda and subject to change. 


Camilo Enciso

Transparency Secretariat
Secretary of Transparency

Lawyer and specialist in criminal law at the Universidad del Rosario. Exempted from presenting preparatory exams by academic average. His undergraduate thesis was awarded the third place in the Otto de Greiff National Competition for the best undergraduate thesis. In 2009, he was chosen by Colfuturo as a scholarship holder for a Masters Programme in Law at Columbia University in New York, where he was a research assistant to George Fletcher and disciple of John Coffee and Joseph Raz. In 2014 he obtained the best ECAES score from the Faculty of International Relations of the Universidad del Rosario, developing his second career.


He has been professor of General Criminal Law, Financial Criminal Law, Mechanisms for Early Termination of Criminal Procedure, Criminal Policy in Offenses against Public Administration, Criminal Procedural Orality, Anti-Corruption Statute, Customs Criminal Law, Public International Law, Political Theory And International Business, in the universities of Rosario, Javeriana, Externado, Sergio Arboleda, Piloto and Republicana.


As a volunteer, in 2002 he worked for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington D.C. And in 2010 at Human Rights First in New York. Between 2003 and 2006, he was associated with the firm Jaime Lombana Villalba & Abogados, where he was in charge of cases involving crimes against public administration, the environment, intellectual property, property and financial crimes. In 2006, he participated in a project to modernize the judicial branch of the World Bank in Guatemala. He then worked at Brigard & Urrutia between 2008 and 2009. Between 2011 and 2013 he held the position of director of regulation of the Productive Transformation Program of the Ministry of Commerce, where he drafted the Anti-Contraband Law Project currently underway in The Congress of the Republic.