Ms Ç Olgu Kama graduated from Istanbul Bilgi University Faculty of Law in 2002, and was called to the Istanbul Bar in 2003. She obtained her first LLM degree from Galatasaray University Faculty of Law in 2006 on law of economics and her second LLM degree from Fordham Law School, New York, in 2008 on banking, corporate and finance law. Ms Kama has been working in the regulatory and compliance department of ELIG for over eight years, following her years of practice at reputable law firms, and has been a partner at ELIG since January 2014. She has extensive experience in corporate compliance matters and white-collar irregularity projects, contracts law, commercial law, general corporate law and real estate law. Ms Kama has also authored and co-authored many articles and essays in relation to corporate compliance and white-collar irregularities matters and frequently speaks at international and national conferences on anticorruption matters.