The European Parliament, the Council of Ministers and the European Commission have agreed on the composition of the supervisory committee of OLAF, the EU’s anti-fraud office. The committee’s five members for the next three years will be: Herbert Bösch, a former Austrian MEP; Johan Denolf, the director of the Belgian federal police; Catherine Pignon, a French public prosecutor; Rita Schembri, the director-general of Malta’s internal audit and investigations department in the office of the Maltese prime minister; and Christiaan Timmermans, a Dutch former judge at the European Court of Justice.
Weber Shandwick, an international public-relations firm, has announced three changes to its staff in Brussels. Paul Baeyaert has been promoted to chief executive officer, from the position of managing director. Laurent Chokoualé Datou will lead its EU public-affairs team; he was previously general manager at Edelman The Centre. Weber Shandwick’s director of public affairs is now James Watson, formerly of IBF International Consulting.
Stewart Robinson has been appointed liaison prosecutor for the United States at Eurojust in The Hague. Robinson, who was appointed to the post by the US department of justice, replaces Mary Lee Warren, whose term ended in the autumn.
Maria Nyman has been named director of the advocacy group Mental Health Europe (MHE). She replaces Mary Van Dievel.
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