About Frank Vogl :
Frank Vogl publishes extensively on international issues, notably on economic issues, global business corruption and ethics. Frank lectures frequently to both business and academic audiences and has given major special lectures in recent months at leading U.S. business graduate schools at Seattle University, Cornell University, Columbia University, Tuck at Dartmouth University.
Mr. Vogl is a leading international authority on Corporate Ethics, Integrity, Governance and Anti-Corruption and the founder of several organizations at the forefront of these issues.
Frank Vogl has 40 years of experience in issues of global economics, as a journalist, as a former senior official of the World Bank, and as an advisor to major financial institutions. Frank is the President of Vogl Communications, Inc., founded in 1990 in Washington DC. The firm specializes in global media relations for a range of clients engaged in finance, international investment and economic development. For 17 years Frank Vogl has been the chief communications advisor to the Institute of International Finance, the global association of financial services firms representing over 360 of the world’s largest private sector financial institutions.
Frank Vogl was an author with James Sinclair of BOOM, the landmark book on globalization, which long before it was fashionable, provided detailed forecasts of the rise of China and India.
Mr. Vogl is a co-founder and Board Director of Transparency International and The Partnership for Transparency Fund; leading global anti-corruption organizations. Frank Vogl is also a trustee of the Committee for Economic Development, a leading U.S. “think tank” of over 200 corporate leaders. Mr. Vogl is also an International Advisory Council member of the New Israel Fund.
Frank Vogl was born in London and is a U.S. citizen. He holds a B.A. (Hons) from the University of Leeds. He is married to Emily Vogl and is the father of Marc and Julia.