How citizen can change the cultural state of mind of public leaders through increased accountability and use of auditors as counterpower. This is the talk and life of Stanislas ZUIN, President of the Court in Geneva.
Stanislas holds master degrees in both economics and economic crime investigation, as well as a certificate in development studies. Throughout his career he has worked as a private banking financial analyst, a corporate finance executive, and CFO for both privately-owned and listed industrial companies. He later founded his own consulting firm in economic crime investigation, before being elected in 2006 to his current position as magistrat at the Court of auditors of Geneva. As magistrat he has managed numerous audits including fraud investigations. He currently serves as the President of the Court, and is a frequent lecturer at the University of Geneva in the fields of public management and audit. Beside its professional activity, he has been a member for a six-year period at the Economic and Social Geneva Council and was the co-founder of the Geneva chamber for social economy (APRÈS-GE), a flagship network of more than 300 organisations.