Since 1986, Gerard Bakker has worked for the Fiscal Information and Investigation Service where he joined the management board. In 2005 he was appointed to be in charge of the Tax Authorities/ Customs in Rotterdam. After that he was appointed as manager of the Competition Commission and later of the Authority for Consumers & Markets. Since 2014 he is the chairman of the board at the Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers.
Today’s society sets high standards for integrity in both the public and private sector. The combat against fraud in its broadest sense is essential. The IFFC aims to make an effective contribution to this. By providing good cooperation between the partners from public administrations, science and business industries, unique and important steps will be taken by The IFFC. The exchange of knowledge and the collective knowledge development can help to create these steps. Through public participation in a more honest society the IFFC aims to accomplish this through innovation, integration, being result-oriented and respectful towards everyone’s responsibility.