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Gianluca Garbellotto

Gianluca Garbellotto is an internationally acknowledged expert on the business and technical aspects of the Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) and XBRL Global Ledger Framework (XBRL GL), and has extensive experience in their implementation in the government and the private sector. He is the current Chair of the XBRL Global Ledger Working Group,, a past member of the XBRL Standards Board, and the XBRL columnist for IMA’s Strategic Finance magazine.

As an active member of various working groups within the XBRL International Consortium he has helped lead the development of XBRL's standards for internal use and has been a strong influence on XBRL's technical specifications. He is a frequent and sought out lecturer and trainer on XBRL and XBRL GL topics.

He has extensive experience in the banking and financial industry as well as in accounting and financial software development and implementation, with a specific focus on ERP systems, consolidation/business intelligence applications and XML/XBRL implementations. His clients' portfolio includes governments in various countries and global companies as well as leading professional, consulting and technology firms.

Alejandro Amelivia GarcĂ­a

Ministry of Economy and Finance. Directorate General of Financial Coordination with Regional Governments and Local Agencies.


1999: Computer Engineering. University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain.

2008: degree on Systems, Technologies and Communications management.

1999-2004: working for several enterprises as Web technologies analyzer and developer.

2004. Became a civil Servant, IT area.

2005. Head of the group of e-administration procedures. Directorate Generale of Insurances, Ministry of Economy and Finance.

2006 – present. Head of the Unit of e Government. Directorate General of Financial Coordination with Regional Governments and Local Agencies.

Scott Gaul

Scott Gaul is the Product Development Manager for MIX, the world’s leading information provider for the microfinance industry and the developer of industry benchmarks and performance analysis of microfinance institutions. He joined MIX in early 2006. From 2006 to early 2008, Scott was responsible for MIX’s coverage of Eastern Europe and Central Asia (ECA) and East Asia and the Pacific (EAP).

Prior to joining MIX, Scott worked on interest rate risk management and asset/liability management from both the software and business user sides, including two years consulting at the World Bank. He also has experience at a leading microfinance institution in Kyrgyzstan. He has a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Chicago, and a master’s degree in International Economics and International Development from the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington.

Pierre-Yves Gauthier

Currently member of the management board of AlphaValue, Pierre Yves Gauthier (49) has been 25 years in equity research, exclusively on the “sell side”, successively as an analyst, a strategist and a manager at various brokerages. He held team management positions amongst others at Oddo Securities, Credit Lyonnais Securities and Goldman Sachs. AlphaValue is a pan European independent equity research effort that spans Europe and is probably the biggest such venture today in Europe with 22 analysts and about 500 large companies covered. Pierre-Yves’ role at AlphaValue is focussed on designing consistent analytical and valuation methodologies as well as on the actual daily management of equity research teams.

André Gräning


André Gräning is a research assistant at the Department of Information Systems esp. Infomation Systems in Manufacturing and Commerce at the Dresden University of Technology (TUD). He graduated from the Freiberg University of Technology with a degree in business administration in early 2007 and started his doctoral studies at TUD in 2007. His main research fields are semantic technologies, data integration, standardization and aspects of multidimensional data storage. 


Glen L. Gray

Glen L. Gray is a Professor of Accounting and Information Systems at California State University, Northridge. Glen received his PhD in 1987 from University of Southern California. He has been an academic member of XBRL International since 2000. His research interests include XBRL, auditing, IT controls, data mining, electronic financial reporting, and electronic commerce. He has conducted research projects funded by The IIA, the AICPA, ISACA, and Big-4 accounting firms.

Andy Greener

Andy Greener is an Enterprise Architect in the Strategy & Architecture Unit of Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC - UK), and is also Strategy Architect for HMRC's XBRL-based Company Tax online service. He is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Information Technology Professional with over 28 years practical experience as a software engineer.

VĂ©ronique Guilloux

Véronique Guilloux is assistant professor and works in the “International Management Master” of  Paris 12 University.  Her research is tied with information systems - management and interorganizational relationships. Currently, she works on different themes: impact of IT standards; virtualisation in export procedures.

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