Juval Aviv, a former Mossad agent and the man portrayed in the Steven Spielberg movie “Munich”, will be in Nassau to give two informative and entertaining talks: Thursday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Centre, University of The Bahamas, and Friday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Island House, Lyford Cay.
Citizens for a Better Bahamas (CBB) have invited Aviv, writer and president of Interfor Inc., to share his experience and expertise.
Aviv’s New York-based intelligence and investigative company provides services in areas such as global asset search and recovery, due diligence investigations, physical security and threat management consulting, terrorism vulnerability assessments and white-collar corporate fraud investigation. His expertise on terrorism and malfeasance was employed to investigate the Lockerbie Pan Am 103 flight disaster of 1988, and the Enron scandal, which led to the energy giant’s bankruptcy in 2001.
CBB’s invitation to Aviv is part of the organization’s mission to promote transparency in all sectors of Bahamian society through public engagement and education. The NGO was formed in November 2013 by private citizens to bring transparency and accountability into politics, local government, business, the media and civil society. CBB advocates that the daily lives of all citizens and residents should be free from the burden of corruption.
CBB is in the process of achieving full affiliation with Transparency International, a Berlin-based organization that has more than 100 chapters worldwide and whose core objectives reflect those of CBB. Transparency International works with partners in government, business and civil society to put effective measures in place to tackle corruption.
The lecture on Thursday, February 7 begins at 6:30 p.m. at the University of The Bahamas Performing Arts Centre and is open to the public. On Friday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m. the second talk will be held at the Island House, Lyford Cay for a $20 admission fee.