Neslihan Yakal
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Neslihan Yakal is now a member of Global Ethics Network
May 23

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Website
http://www.teid.org.tr
Job Title
Secretary General
Organization
TEİD Ethics and Reputation Society
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Business, Development, Education, Ethics, Finance, Governance, Sustainability
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am the Secretary General of TEİD Ethics and Reputation Society. Our society has been founded in 2010 in Turkey and now in 2018 we are a very active and well known society thank to support of our more than 130 corporate members, our executive board and great team.
I hope to exchange knowledge with Global Ethics Network members, to be informed about latest updates, different opinions & point of views and best practices about ethics, compliance, risk management and all various related topics.

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