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Pablo Navarro

Telecommunication engineer. High Diploma at University Polytechnic Madrid.  Member of taxonomy and technology working groups of XBRL-ES Jurisdiction. He has participated actively in the development of XBRL Standard through projects like FLIPA taxonomy for XBRL CRAS group, CNMV spanish exchange comission, Dutch Taxonomy Project revision process and other minor collaborations in XBRL International working groups like XBRL Formula WG, Dimension or Versioning WG. He has proven track record developing XBRL projects in the financial sector and corporate reporting like Bank of Spain, Santander Group, INTECO among others.. He has developed his professional career as technical IT arquitect and Business consultant in companies like Azertia, CapGemini, Software AG and Atos Origin, being involved in different responsibility tasks in main areas of Information Technology design and development of solutions based on XML and J2EE. He is currently working as XBRL Business Consultant in the Financial Services Consulting Unit at Atos Origin, Spain and is currently involved in several reporting solutions at banking, regulatory, financial and general accounting areas.

Yossef Newman

Yossef Newman is an Audit Director and global project leader for XBRL at Deloitte.  He specializes in technology assisted auditing with a focus on the financial services industry.  During his career, Yossef has served a wide range of clients including brokerage and investment firms, government securities dealers and mortgage banking entities.  Yossef is also an active leader in the global development and adoption of XBRL.  He currently serves as a member of the Best Practices Board of XBRL International and as a member of the XBRL Quality Review Team of the International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation.  

Yossef graduated from Touro College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.  He is a member of the AICPA and the New York State Society of CPA’s.

Ray Nightingale

Ray has over 40 years of experience in the ICT security and information assurance areas. He has worked within both the government and commercial environments.

An engineer by training he is formally educated in Organisational Structure & Behaviour and Business Management. He has extensive experience as an engineer, project and operations manager and policy developer. Ray has been involved in, and delivered, a number of large-scale projects.

Ray served with the Royal Air Force in the telecommunications area for 25 years, became a senior manager in Cable & Wireless plc, later Chief Technical Officer and Director of a private company and is now working with the Global Trust Center.

Ray has represented commercial organisations in a number of governmental meetings and has also, represented governments at EU and G8 level international meetings addressing Cybercrime, regulatory requirements, ICT security and information assurance topics.

As Policy Director at the Global Trust Center, Ray has been involved in the development of Global Trust Center policies and has recently been engaged in the development of the XBRL based Financial Reporting set. He continues to deliver industry specific policies against a range of user business process based requirements.

Daniele Nouy

Ms. Daniele Nouy is currently Secretary General of the French Banking Commission.  In 1974 she joined Banque de France.  She worked at the Banking Supervisory Commission (previous name of the French Banking Commission) form 1976-1985.  From 1985-1986 she was Representative of the Banque de France in New York.  From 1986-1987 she was in the Foreign Department of Banque de France in charge of research work on Euromarkets.  She headed back to the Banking Commission in 1987 as Head of the Research Department and Policy Group (1987-1990); Director of Financial Institutions Supervision (1990¬1994); Director, Associate to the General Secretary of Commission Bancaire, French member of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Chairman of the Basel

Committee sub-group in charge of derivatives (1994-1996).  From 1996-1998 she served as Deputy Secretary General of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.  From 1998-2003 she was Secretary General of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.  She has been Secretary General of the French Banking Commission since November 2003 and Chair of the

Committee of European Banking Supervisors - CEBS, between January 2006 and January 2008.

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