Topic: Lobbying and Politics
Lenka Andrýsová has worked as a senior consultant in the Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services department in EY since 2014. She works in teams investigating fraud, reviewing compliance of anti-fraud policies, assessing fraud risks or building anti-fraud prevention programs in public institutions, pharmaceutical companies, banks and other companies.
Before joining EY, she served as a member of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament (from 2010 to 2013). As a politician, Lenka contributed to debate related to anti-fraud measures, such as transparency in public procurement, open data, criminal liability of legal persons, lobbying regulation and code of ethics for members of parliament. She also focused on projects such as e-Laws, e-Legislation. She was also involved in reducing redundant bureaucracy activities. More concretely, she helped to improve management of the Czech Republic's membership in international organizations or decrease bureaucracy during elections.
Lenka graduated from the University of Economics in Prague, majored in International Trade, International Politics and Diplomacy. She also studied Political Science and International Relations at the University of Plymouth in England. During her studies, she did an internship in the Czech embassy in Poland, Czech Senate or in a political action committee in the U.S.