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Nazaré da Costa Cabral attended this monday, on the International Anti-Corruption Day, the "Finance, Ethics, Fraud and Corruption" Conference.


The CFP’s Chair joined the panel that discussed "Ethics and Corruption in Financial Institutions", with moderation by Elisabete Miranda, journalist from ‘Expresso’, where she highlighted the role that supervisory institutions can have and, in particular, the Public Finance Council, in the fight against corruption.


According to Nazaré da Costa Cabral, budgetary control institutions, such as the Court of Auditors, and budgetary surveillance institutions, such as the CFP, play a very important role, "not only because they are promoters and recipients of the transparency principle implementation, but also because its monitoring action allows identifying over-expenditures and inefficiencies, favoring greater public scrutiny and thus forcing all those responsible to more rigorous and substantiated conduct, considering their impact on public accounts”.


The conference, promoted by the Chartered Accountants Association (OCC), the Observatory of Economics and Fraud Management (OBEGEF), the Institute for Economic, Fiscal and Tax Law (IDEFF) of the University of Lisbon Faculty of Law, and the Lisbon Accounting and Business School at Lisbon Polytechnic Institute (ISCAL), took place in the Auditorium Domingues de Azevedo from OCC.



Public interventions . 09 December 2019