Teaching staff

Key lecturers

  • Sylvie Bleker-van Eyk
    Professor and Programme Director, and also Director at Deloitte Risk Services. She was previously Corporate Compliance & Risk Officer at Stork B.V., Fokker Technologies Holding and Ballast Nedam N.V. She regularly publishes work on the subject of compliance and integrity. Between 1999 and 2010, Sylvie worked as a consultant in both the financial sector and the non-financial sector. Sylvie is the key lecturer for the People & Human Behaviour pillar of the programme, and is involved in various vertical thematic lectures (including corruption, export controls & sanctions and fraud).  
  • Richard Bakkers
    Programme Coordinator for the degree programme and senior manager at Deloitte Risk Services. Richard has extensive professional experience which he acquired while working at, among others, the Financial Markets Authority (as a national regulator), Insinger de Beaufort and ING Group (in the field of Compliance), as well as at Protiviti and as an independent advisor. Richard is, together with Raf Houben, the key lecturer for the Regulation, Monitoring and Enforcement pillar of the programme. He is also involved in various other lectures.
  • Robert van Altena       
    Partner at PWC. Robert has over 20 years of experience in the financial sector as an external auditor and consultant in the field of compliance, both at the national and international level. Until November 2015, he was Risk & Compliance Partner at KPMG Advisory. Robert is the key lecturer for the Organizations & Risk Management pillar of the programme. He is also involved in various other lectures.
  • Raf Houben
    Chief compliance and fraud control at HDI-Gerling Nederland. He has over 25 years of experience in the field of compliance, integrity and supervision in the financial sector, which he gained at Deloitte Enterprise Risk Services, Bank of America, SNS REAAL, De Nederlandsche Bank and ASR Netherlands. He regularly gives presentations at conferences and publishes work on compliance matters. Raf is the founder/editor of the Tijdschrift voor Compliance (Journal of Compliance) and permanent editor of the Jaarboek Compliance (Compliance Yearbook). Raf is, together with Richard Bakkers, the key lecturer for the Regulation, Monitoring and Enforcement pillar of the programme. He is also involved in various other lectures.  

Other members of the teaching staff include:

  • Kleis Broekhuizen (University of Amsterdam, Conflicts of Interest)
  • Karina Raaijmakers (Clear Conduct, Supervision Strategies and Methods)
  • Roger Dassen (Deloitte, Compliance Risk Management & Reporting)
  • Joost Italianer (NautaDutilh, Market Abuse)
  • Wijnand Nuijts (DNB, National and International Aspects of Supervision).
  • Muel Kaptein (KPMG, Erasmus, Compliance Policy & Effectiveness) 
  • Steven ten Have (Professor in Strategy & Chance, VU Change Management)