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Frank Vogl, economist, communications expert, activist. Frank Vogl has been at the cutting edge of global economic and financial policy issues for more than four decades - from international journalism, to the World Bank, to advisor to leaders of international finance, to co-founding the world's leading anti-corruption organization.

Frank Vogl is the co-founder of Transparency International, the world's leading anti-corruption organization with operations in more than 100 countries. He is the advisor to TI’s international managing director. "You cannot understand geo-politics and economics without understanding the abuse of power from private gain from the Governor's mansion in Illinois to the Kremlin in Moscow," says Vogl.

Frank Vogl is the author of several books and many articles – including: Waging War on Corruption - Inside the Movement Fighting the Abuse of Power, published by Roman & Littlefield, available, for example, on

President, Vogl Communications, Inc.
Board Director and Advisor, the Partnership for Transparency Fund
Member of the International Council of the New Israel Fund
Executive Producer of “Zuzana” – a documentary movie now in production.

Born in London, resident in Washington, D.C. U.S. and U.K. citizen.

Graduate of the University of Leeds, UK. International reporter for Reuters in London and Brussels - 1967-1970.

European Business Correspondent, The Times of London, in Frankfurt, Germany, 1970-1974.

U.S. Economics Correspondent, The Times of London, Washington DC. 1974-1981.

World Bank, Director of Information, 1981-1990.

Founded Vogl Communications, Inc. in 1990.

Cofounder, former Vice Chairman and Advisory Council Member,
Transparency International.

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