Caroline Inthavisay is in charge of the ICC Commission on Competition at the ICC Global Headquarters based in Paris. Her role since she joined the ICC Department of Policy and Business Practices in 2007 is to identify and analyse policy issues affecting international trade and investment and to oversee the development of rules and policy recommendations to promote business self-regulation and best practices. She was also involved in other policy areas at ICC such as Transport & Logistics and Anti-Corruption.
International Chamber of CommerceThe ICC’s initiative consists in an Antitrust Compliance Toolkit. The elements in the ICC Antitrust Compliance Toolkit are not intended to represent a comprehensive or prescriptive list of what an antitrust compliance program must include, but seek to reflect what is commonly regarded as good practice in the field. Indeed, antitrust agencies themselves recognize that there can be no “one-size-fits-all” approach and that each compliance programme has to be designed to meet the specific antitrust risks faced by the company in question.