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Philippe Danjou

Until his appointment at IASB Mr. Philippe Danjou  was the director of the accounting division of the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), the French securities regulator. He graduated from HEC, then qualified as a Chartered Accountant and Registered Statutory Auditor, and joined Arthur Andersen & Co. (Paris) in 1970.

At Arthur Andersen, Mr Danjou ultimately became an audit partner. He was also Executive Director of the French Ordre des Experts Comptables (OEC) from 1982 until 1986.

Mr Danjou was a member of the International Auditing Practices Committee and a technical adviser to the French delegate to the former International Accounting Standards Committee, the predecessor to the IASB.

While at the AMF, he has served on the IASB’s Standards Advisory Council, as an observer at the Committee on Auditing of the European Commission, as a member of IOSCO’s Standing Committee 1 on Multinational Accounting and Disclosure, and the Financial Reporting Committee of the Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESRFin).

In 2006, he was appointed chairman of the European Enforcers Coordination Sessions created by CESRFin to help foster consistent enforcement by regulators of IFRS-based financial statements.

Bernard Darrius

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Steve Davies

Dr Steve Davies is the General Manager, Statistics at the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. APRA's Statistics Unit is Australia's national repository of financial sector information and collects financial statistics from a wide range of financial institutions and on behalf of other regulatory and statistical agencies. The Unit provides independent and authoritative information and analysis on the financial sector and individual financial institutions. Dr Davies holds an Honours degree from Oxford University and a Ph.D. from the Australian National University. Prior to joining APRA in 1999, Dr Davies worked with the CSIRO for ten years as an applied statistical scientist.

Alan Deaton

Alan Deaton has worked at the FDIC since 1997 and is Chief of the Data Strategy Section in the Division of Insurance and Research.  He is currently project manager of the Central Data Repository (CDR), an ongoing project that makes use of XBRL to improve the management of data collected from U.S. banks.  Alan also served as the interagency CDR test manager and change management coordinator in support of the successful 2005 implementation of the CDR.  Just prior to joining the CDR project, Alan completed a detail assignment to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer analyzing the FDIC’s financial performance and internal business processes.  Prior to working for the CFO, Alan served as a Financial Economist in the Economic and Market Trends Section of FDIC’s Division of Insurance and Research.  His section was responsible for monitoring global, national, and regional economic trends as they relate to the risk profile of insured depository institutions.  Alan completed his undergraduate studies in 1996 at Wake Forest University with a double major in Economics and German.  He also received the distinction of Master of Business Administration from the University of Maryland in 2002.

Sylviane DeLarue

Ms Sylviane DELARUE has been the Head of the Data Management and I.T. department of the French Banking Commission since February 2005. She is, more specifically in charge of the I.T. project “SURFI” concerning the Banque de France’s new financial data collecting system in XBRL.

Since 2005 She has worked at the Banking commission as IT department head, in charge of the COFINREP IT project which manages COREP and FINREP reportings.

From 2001 to 2005 She worked at the I.T. Directorate of Bank of France in which she was successively I.T project director for the Market domain and Deputy of the I.T developments department for “Securities, trading room and Monetary policy”.

From 1993 until 2001 She worked at the I.T. department of Banking Commission. Firstly she was in charge of the maintenance of the I.T. system “BAFI” (Database of Financial Companies) and secondly as I.T. Project Director for all the I.T. projects of the Banking Commission.

From 1990 until 1993  She joined the I.T Directorate of Bank of France in order to take part in the building of the Banking Commission’s new reporting system, called “ BAFI ” as head of a sub-project concerning the input domain (control, storage, parameters…)

In February 1984 She joined Bank of France at the Banking Commission as an I.T. specialist in charge of internal I.T. applications

From 1981 until 1984 She worked for a private industrial company (SULZER) in the Human Resources I.T. domain.

Sylviane DELARUE graduated in data processing from the University Paris XIII in 1981. She is French, married and has three children (one is 23 and twins who are 20).

Pierre Delsaux

Pierre Delsaux was born in Belgium in 1957. After studying Law at the University of Liège, he obtained his Master of Law at the Northwestern University, Illinois US, in 1983. He was Legal Secretary at the European Court of Justice from 1984 to 1987. His career within the European Commission has included working in the Directorate General  Competition   (1991-1994). Currently he is Director of Free movement of capital, Company Law and Corporate Governance at the Directorate General Internal Market and Services.

Recently Pierre Delsaux actively contributed to the European Commission reaction to the financial crisis in the areas of corporate reporting and governance, governance of supervisory and standard setting organisations, both at the EU and global level. His interests include also the application of community law across the EU, as well as the functioning of internal market, in financial services.

Caroline Dupae

Caroline has been involved in e-government projects for the Federal Public Service Finance Belgium. Currently she is project leader of the corporate tax return taxonomy development project.

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