Bartosz Makowicz (* 1981) is a university professor at the Faculty of Law of the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder). He is the initiator and director of the Viadrina Compliance Center, the first intra- and interdisciplinary scientific research organization on governance, risk and compliance. Bartosz is also a member of various scientific advisory and advisory boards of compliance associations, such as the German Institute for Compliance. He is the author of many specialist publications in national and international journals. He is also the author of textbooks and monographs on compliance issues. In total he published over 100 titles on the interdisciplinary research field of Governance, Risk and Compliance. As a compliance expert, he has held over 100 specialist lectures at national and international conferences and congresses and works worldwide as a professional compliance trainer. He leads the German delegation for the preparation of the standards ISO 19600 Compliance Management Systems and ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems on a global level and chairs the national mirror committee "Governance and Compliance Management" at DIN e.V. In these functions, he will be responsible for the newly established TC 309 for the development of a global ISO standard for governance and whistleblowing. He advises national and foreign governments in compliance issues. He is also an academic adviser at the Compliance Academy, which is based in Münster and specializes in compliance training. He speaks fluently German, English, Polish and good French.