Global Fund Board Appoints Martin O’Malley To Office Of Inspector General

“The Board of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria [on Wednesday] selected Martin O’Malley, a highly-respected auditor with deep international experience, as inspector general,” a Global Fund press release reports. For the past three years, O’Malley has worked “as group chief audit officer of the Standard Bank Group overseeing the Group Internal Audit function with approximately 250 staff,” the press release notes. “Making the appointment, the Board affirmed that having an independent, well-resourced and transparent Office of the Inspector General is critical to the success of the Global Fund,” the press release states, adding, “The Board further affirmed its commitment to improved operations by the Office of the Inspector General, performing audits and investigations in a comprehensive and coordinated manner that focuses on risk management and loss prevention.” O’Malley replaces Norbert Hauser, who served as interim inspector general since December 2012, according to the press release (6/19).

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