IFBEC Leadership

IFBEC is managed by a Steering Committee composed of representatives from member companies including: BAE Systems Plc., The Boeing Company, L3Harris Corporation, Leonardo DRS, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Meggitt Plc., Northrop Grumman Corporation, Raytheon Technologies, Rolls-Royce Plc., Saab, Safran, and Thales.

Courtney Wallize, IFBEC Chair

Courtney Wallize is currently Corporate Director of Ethics and Business Conduct for Northrop Grumman Corporation where she is responsible for the oversight and management of the ethics and business conduct program for over 85,000 employees globally. To read Courtney's full bio, click here.


Petter Törnquist, IFBEC Vice Chair

Appointed Chief Compliance Officer in 2012, Petter Törnquist was put in charge of coordinating and developing Saab’s work within business ethics. He now heads the Group Function Ethics and Compliance, which is a center of competence for business ethics with a particular focus on anti-bribery and corruption, whistleblowing and investigations. To read Petter's full bio, click here.

IFBEC Charter

The IFBEC Charter is the governing document of IFBEC. It establishes the IFBEC’s purpose, membership criteria, the IFBEC Task Force, officers and meetings, financing, and other matters relating to the functioning of IFBEC.