Brook Horowitz

CEO, IBLF Global
United Kingdom

About Me: Brook Horowitz is CEO of IBLF Global, a UK-based NGO which promotes responsible business in emerging and developing markets.

A graduate of Cambridge and Harvard Universities, he was part of the team that led GE’s expansion in Eastern Europe during the nineties, living and working in Moscow and Budapest. A fluent Russian speaker, in 2000, he set up his own consultancy focused on business in Russia. In 2004 he joined the International Business Leaders Forum, where he was Director of Business Standards, spearheading the organisation’s programmes in emerging markets, in particular China and Russia.

In 2014, he co-founded IBLF Global (, an NGO promoting responsible business through collective action. Since then, Brook has led on project design and management of anti-corruption projects in Russia, Turkey, Central Asia and South East Asia. Current projects include developing a Government-Business Integrity Initiative in Vietnam, and enabling SMEs to participate in public tenders in Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan.

He has contributed thought pieces to the FCPA Blog and Oxford Analytica, and opinion pieces on business ethics to the Financial Times, International Herald Tribune, Moscow Times and other publications. He has written several policy papers for governments and companies, and is the author of two Anti-Corruption Toolkits ‐ one for SMEs commissioned by the G20, and the other for UK government officials posted abroad. From 2013-2015, he was a co-chair of the Anti-Corruption Task Force of the B20, a multi-stakeholder dialogue between the companies and governments of the G20 countries. He is currently a member of the UNDP’s Private Sector Advisory Group, DFID’s Expert Panel for the UK Government’s Business Integrity Initiative, and Director of Special Projects for the Institute of Export and International Trade.