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Paul Madden

Paul Madden is the Program Director for Standard Business Reporting (SBR) which is being led from within the Australian Treasury. The SBR Program is being developed in partnership between the government, software developers, accountants and business.  Paul co-ordinates the work of teams across 12 government agencies in this complex program, which will deliver a single financial reporting language (taxonomy) for Australian businesses to report to government. The SBR Program will also provide a new electronic channel for business to report electronically to government from their business software, and a single sign on for business to access secure government on-line services.

Prior to taking up this role, Paul was a First Assistant Commissioner with the Australian Tax Office responsible for the overall design (systems and business process) to support policy and administrative reforms with a client and staff experience focus.

Within the Tax Office, Paul also has also had responsibility for a range of Whole of Government service delivery activities, On-line Security and Authentication Processes and systems development and management of many large change projects including delivery of a major Tax Reform in 2000.

Gavin Marais

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Gavin Marais

Associate Director, Deloitte and Touche

Gavin Marais is an associate director and the XBRL Leader for Deloitte & Touche Southern Africa.

Gavin has been involved in the XBRL movement since 1999.  He started XBRL in South Africa in 2004, by canvassing the founding members of XBRL South Africa.  This lead to the approval of the South African jurisdiction by XBRL International Inc. in November 2005 and today the jurisdiction has established status.

Gavin represents XBRL South Africa on the ISC and is also a director of XBRL South Africa.  He currently serves as a member of the XBRL Quality Review Team of the International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation.

Gavin has also designed the South African taxonomies based on the IFRS Taxonomy, hosted various speaking engagements and seminars on IFRS and XBRL, designed the pension fund taxonomy for the South African market and implemented XBRL at various corporate businesses and regulators.

Dominique Marolleau

Dominique Marolleau began his career in 1971 at FIDUCIAIRE D’AQUITAINE , an accountancy firm. He was then detached to the managing direction of BIS; one of the major French Companies specialized in temporary work. In 1987 he joined the Coface Group and was named Operations Director at SCRL. This strong experience naturally led him to become chairman of the supervisory board of ON LINE a French SSII.

Since 2001 he’s now Managing Director for INFOGREFFE , the economic groupment of the French Registers. Until 2004 he actively participated to federate the French registers  around the same computer platform. But above all this Dominique Marolleau is the man who really gave true and modern technical resources to the French Registers as he dematerialized the companies’ main formalities. At the beginning of the year 2007 he chose XBRL as the format either for uploading or downloading annual accounts. He aims to make legal data always more accessible. He was elected Board Member of XBRL FRANCE on the 15th of May 2008.

Akira Matsuo

Akira Matsuo CPA,CISA is an Advisor in Tokyo Office of KPMG (AZSA) and a Professor of Graduate School of Profession Accountancy, Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo. He is actively involving in a XBRL working team in JICPA and in various Governments IT reforming projects and teaching IT audit and issues at the University.

Jean-Luc Menda

Mr. Jean-Luc Menda has been Deputy Director, Policy and Research, in the General Secretariat of the Banking Commission - Bank of France - since March 2004. He is presently supervising the Accounting and the IT divisions and is directly in charge of implementing XBRL reporting projects. He is also Vice President XBRL France and the representative member of the French jurisdiction in the International Steering Committee.

In 1991, he joined the off-site supervision Department of the General Secretariat of the Banking Commission, as a Senior Analyst, and took up the position of Division Chief, in charge of Mutual Banks, in 1996. In 1982, he joined the Bank of France as Manager in the External Relations Directorate. In 1989 he was seconded to the International Monetary Fund (Washington D.C.), as Advisor to the French Executive Director. Jean-Luc Menda studied Business and Economics at the Hautes Etudes Commerciales school (MBA), and the Institute for Political Sciences in Paris.

Ravi Mohan

Currently, (from 2003 onwards) functioning as General Manager in the Department of Banking Operations & Development of the Reserve Bank of India. Present job profile encompasses regulation of the commercial banking system in the country especially with regard to implementation of prudential norms and legislative reforms. Also the nominee of the Reserve Bank of India in the Accounting Standards Board in India, and also a member of the Task Force constituted for examining the possibility of convergence of Indian Accounting Standards with International Financial Reporting Standards. Represents India in the Standards Implementation Group on Operational Risk (SIGOR) of Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) and the Definition of Capital Sub-Group of BCBS. Working closely in the project on XBRL implementation in Reserve Bank of India.

Prior to this, worked with the Department of External Investments and Operations of Reserve Bank of India during the period 1999 -2003 as the Chief Investment Dealer heading the group managing the foreign exchange reserves of the country.  

From 1992 to 1999 functioned as a Member of Faculty at the apex Training College of the Reserve Bank of India, responsible for designing and conducting training programmes in areas such as Treasury Management, Investment Management, Risk Management, International Finance and Banking Regulation/Supervision for officers of Reserve Bank of India and officers deputed from Central Banks of developing countries besides several commercial banks.  

Started the career with Reserve Bank of India in 1984 as a middle level executive. The initial posting in Reserve Bank of India was in the Bank Supervision Department as an On-site Examiner and Off-site Supervisor in different offices of R.B.I..

Carlos Montalvo Rebuelta

Carlos Montalvo Rebuelta is the Secretary General of CEIOPS, the Committee of European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Supervisors, since the 1st of November, 2007.  Prior to that, Mr. Rebuelta was an insurance supervisor for the DGSFP, the Spanish insurance supervisory authority, where he headed the International Area of the Supervisory Department and coordinated insurance group and financial conglomerate related issues.

He is an attorney with a diploma in economics and has carried out both national and international tasks, such as on-site inspections or participation in different legislative initiatives. Mr. Rebuelta has also been involved in qualitative supervision related issues, including the chairmanship of CEIOPS working group on internal control for insurance undertakings (Madrid Group), and has participated as invited professor in different fora.

Brad J. Monterio

Brad J. Monterio has more than 20 years of management, marketing, branding, fundraising, communications, public relations, product management/development and design experience working with nationally recognized organizations. Mr. Monterio speaks often about business, marketing and communications issues for professionals.

His recent topics include: “Communicating Across the Generations,” “Microtrends in Marketing – An Exponential Shift,” “Media Relations Means Money in the Bank,” “Simple Steps to an Effective Marketing Plan,” “Using Media Relations to Build Brand Awareness and Attract Clients,” and “The Art of Media Pitching.” He has also authored articles on sustainability reporting, “green audits,” marketing and communications topics. Mr. Monterio joined Colgren Communications Group, Inc./Colcomgroup in early 1998. As a Managing Director, his role with Colcomgroup currently focuses on overall management, strategic and business planning, financial management, image development, marketing, product branding, fundraising, media relations, communications and research. In addition, he is responsible for developing new business opportunities, programs and affiliations. Colcomgroup provides counsel to clients in the accounting/XBRL, financial services/wealth management, legal, technology, real estate, clean technology/sustainable development, and consumer goods sectors.

Mr. Monterio has been providing strategic counsel to the global XBRL consortium since it was founded in 1998. In 2008, Mr. Monterio also formed CMH Partners, an affiliate of Colcomgroup. CMH Partners provides boutique investment banking advisory services, including private placement agent services (capital fundraising for private equity funds, hedge funds and fund of funds), debt and equity financing (e.g., bridge, mezzanine), XBRL and ESG (environmental, social and governance) advisory services, strategic global partnering, and business development. The firm targets sectors such as FinTech, CleanTech and Distressed Real Estate. CMH Partners offers its securities through Mid-Market Securities LLC, a FINRA and SIPC licensed broker-dealer. Mr. Monterio has also previously served in senior marketing and product management positions at Chase Manhattan Bank (in International Private Banking), Fitz and Floyd, Inc. (home furnishings manufacturer), Silvestri, Inc. (seasonal products manufacturer), and his proprietary consulting firm. Mr. Monterio is a 1988 graduate of Dartmouth College with a degree in English. Mr. Monterio is a board member of the Sustainability Working Group responsible for Standards and Strategic Relationships. He is also a member of the Institute of Management Accountants, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and AccountAbility. Mr. Monterio is a member of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and a current member of its Communications Section Council Committee where he is the incoming Vice Chair.

Javi Mora

Javi Mora was born in Muro del Alcoy (Spain) on December 29th, 1981, he is Engineer in Computer Science and also in Telecommunications by the University of Valencia. Javi worked at the Institute of Robotics (IDEAFIX group) of the University of Valencia where he researched on XML vocabularies (XBRL, HL7, EDXL, etc.). He has also worked at the company TISSAT S.A. as a Java developer. In 2007 Javi joined the XBRL Spain Association as a Technology Coordinator, and since 2008 he is the manager of the Association.

VĂ­ctor Morilla

Víctor Morilla is, since 2005, a project manager in the Bank of Spain where he is focused on delivering financial reporting solutions for the Regulatory Banking Department. He is one of the principal authors of the COREP and FINREP taxonomies and their Spanish extensions. He is responsible for the development of the IT systems that supports the reporting of the Basel II Accord information to the Bank of Spain. He is a member of the XBRL Network of the Committee of European Banking Supervisors, the XBRL Quality Review Team of the IASC Foundation, the XML Task Force of the European Central Bank, and is Vice-Chair of the Formula Working Group of XBRL International.
Víctor graduated, in 1994, as a Telecommunications Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. He completed his Master Thesis with distinction at the Artificial Intelligence Department at this University, in collaboration with the Linguistics Chair of the Autónoma University of Madrid. He started his professional career in 1994 at the research and development branch of a multinational telecommunications company where he developed management systems and worked on the analysis of standard telecommunications protocols. In 2000, he moved to the IT department of the holding company of the group where he specialised in business intelligence and financial reporting supply chain related systems, from where he joined the Bank of Spain in 2005.

Diane Mueller

Vice Chair, Board of Directors, XBRL International

Diane Mueller has been actively involved in the development efforts of the XBRL standard for the past nine years. She is the Canadian representative to the XBRL International Steering Committee, serves as Vice Chair of that body, and chairs the XBRL Working Groups on Rendering and Software Interoperability. She currently serves as vice president of XBRL development at JustSystems, the largest independent software vendor in Japan and a worldwide leader in XML and information management technologies.

Nils-Bro MĂĽller

Senior advisor DCCA (Danish Commerce and Companies Agency)1970-1977  political science/history University of Copenhagen.

Have been working with IT since the early 80´ies first for the Ministry of Finance and since 1999 For DCCA, where I have been responsible for the development  of the government BtoG portal Virk.dk, and other self service solutions. Responsible for the development of the Danish XBRL solution.

Have been working with XBRL since 2005, and I'm a member of the board of XBRL Denmark.

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