The President of the ECIPS heads the Executive Committee and is elected by the ECIPS General Assembly for a period of five years. ECIPS Constitution requires that the President to: 
 
Ricardo Baretzky
 

ECIPSí current President is Mr. Ricardo Baretzky elected by ECIPS Executive Committee. Mr. Baretzky will serve as President until 2018. Mr. Baretzky is one of the main founders of the European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS). 


The President of the ECIPS addresses current and emerging threats to international and European entities, corporations and private companies in security, independence and our ways of life. Mr. Baretzky was the conflict resolution initiative (CRI) mediator and consultant for South Korea during 2006.   In addition, he conducted the investigations into diamonds for arms trade in Africa from 2006 to 2012.        


The President works with a selected legal team from all over the world to ensure that all research is properly verified and objectively meets with the targeted outcome.

 

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