The purpose of the Club is to foster discussions on areas touching ethics and compliance as well as transparency, independence, integrity, and accountability.

We believe that ethical business practices, alongside integrity, are the basis of a sustainable society, therefore we want to encourage the maintenance of long-term value-driven culture.

Our initiatives, just like the other clubs, have integrated IE’s values into practice. We are not just reaching for operational excellence, we are trying to impact students by creating unique and high-quality opportunities for the community, and expand our reach to students from all schools. That is why we lead through diversity. Take our club, for instance. Our team’s background ranges from law, compliance and political sciences to business and finance. We know first hand the need to interact with people who you can learn from and teach to.

As student leaders, we are aware that we are the future of sustainable development and global transformation, and we put this responsibility at the forefront of activities, events, and projects of the Club. We participate in community engagement activities, host awareness events, and provide peer education and outreach about local and global issues of concern related to sustainability. We have also adopted three of 17 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into our club’s strategy: 9 (Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure), 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions), and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals).

What type of principles rule our societies?

How do we give back to the community?

Are we inclusive, considering different groups?

How open should processes and transactions be?

What are the best governmental practices?

How can we assess and prevent threats?