The core element of the governance structure is the Steering Committee, which leads the decision-making process with the goal of promoting responsible and clean business practices globally.
The Steering Committee is comprised of the private sector, the public sector, the civil society as well as representatives of international organisations. The exact composition can vary due to rotation every year. Meetings are held twice a year; additionally, the Steering Committee can be convened upon request.
The Steering Committee currently consists of 17 members:
> MAN SE
> Merck Group
> METRO AG
> SAP SE
> Federation of German Industries (BDI)
> Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK)
> German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
> German Global Compact Network
> Transparency International Germany
> Basel Institute on Governance
> Banco do Brasil (Advisory Group Brazil)
> Merck Ghana (Advisory Group Ghana)
> TUV Rheinland India Private Limited (Advisory Group India)
> Indonesia-Hong Kong Business Association (Advisory Group Indonesia)
> Grupo Toks (Advisory Group Mexico)
In each country where the Alliance for Integrity is active, a local multi-stakeholder Advisory Group has been established. The Advisory Group is assigned with consultative tasks on the country level.
Each Advisory Group serves as a sounding board for the network in the respective region. Its primary role is to provide direction and guidance to the initiative. The body consists of supporters, thought leaders, practitioners, and experts who steer the Alliance for Integrity towards the desired goal of promoting responsible and clean business in the respective region. Meetings take place several times a year.
More details regarding the local Advisory Groups are available on the individual country profile pages.