UN Deputy Secretary-General's Financial Disclosure statement

The Deputy Secretary-General's financial disclosure statement for the period 01 February 2006 – 31 January 2007 was submitted to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the external financial firm hired by the United Nations to confidentially review the financial disclosure statements submitted by UN staff. The Financial Disclosure Programme is administered by the UN Ethics Office.

PwC, in reviewing the Deputy Secretary-General's financial disclosure form, has determined that no further action is required of her with respect to her compliance with the requirements of the Financial Disclosure Programme.

Now that the review is complete, the Deputy Secretary-General is following the Secretary-General's lead by making the financial disclosure statement public. Public disclosure is not a requirement of the UN Financial Disclosure Programme and is done so on a voluntary basis.

The financial disclosure statement is available on the Secretary-General's homepage on www.un.org/sg/ within the section “Ethical Standards”. Certain personal details have been removed from the Deputy Secretary-General's financial disclosure statement for security purposes.

New York , 10 May 2007