The Lealtad Foundation, an independent, non-profit organization that analyzes and accredits the transparency and good practices of NGOs, has reinforced its advisory committee with the incorporation of Pilar Cancer, a lawyer of the State before the Supreme Court, and Laura Bravo, Secretary of the Board of Técnicas Reunidas. In this way, the legal profile of the committee is reinforced, both publicly and privately, which allows for a more complete approach in this advisory body.
The Advisory Committee was created in 2015 with the objective of supporting the Lealtad Foundation in the process of analysis and accreditation of non-profit entities. It meets several times a year to advise on complex aspects of organizations that require an external view of specialists.
Recently, the consultative body has also worked on the 9 Principles of Transparency and Good Practices on which the Certified NGO Seal is based. To this end, the indicator related to the new General Data Protection Regulation has been revised and the need for organizations to have a whistleblower channel has been established.
The group of experts is completed by Antón Arriola, economist and former CEO of Goldman Sachs; Francisco Rodríguez-Guanter, lawyer, economist and ex-partner of PwC; and three people from the Loyalty Foundation: President Salvador García-Atance, General Director Ana Benavides and Analysis Director María Alvear.