This task force will focus on the priorities for policy action on global financial governance,
cooperation between multinational and regional authorities to manage financial stability in
The task force will also discuss encouraging inclusive financial sector development via new
including the role of Islamic finance. It will also examine the governance and regulation of
and fintech, their impacts on the international monetary system, their potential use in money
terror financing, and how these activities can be monitored.
From March 2004 until September 2017 Nabil Al-Mubarak was Co-Founder & Chief Executive
Officer (CEO) of the Saudi Credit Bureau (SIMAH). In addition, he was Chairman of QARAR
Company from 2012 until 2017, and VEDA@SIMAH Company from 2014 until 2017. He serves as
Board Director of the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF) since 2014, and
Member of the International Committee for Credit Reporting (ICCR) in the World Bank from
2009 until 2017.
Mr. Al-Mubarak has over twenty years of experience in banking & credit at
the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) and Saudi Credit Bureau (SIMAH) and as member
many committees in the KSA. Mr. Al-Mubarak holds a Master degree in Information
and Finance from the University of Westminster, and is a Certified Public Accountant
SOCPA. He holds a Bachelor degree in Accounting from King Saud University. He also
many high executive management training programs such as IMD & INSEAD.
Amal is an Assistant Researcher at the African Studies Unit. Her current research interests focus on the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden region. She obtained her bachelor’s degree (cum laude) in Political Science and International Studies with concentration in Peace and Global Security from University of Dayton.
José Siaba Serrate is an economist at the University of Buenos Aires and the UCEMA. He
the 2017 Konex Prize on Economic Analysis. Mr. Serrate is a member of the Argentine
of Capital Markets, the Argentine Council of Foreign Relations (CARI), and the
Policy Institute of the Argentine Academy of Political and Moral Sciences. In addition
teaching at the University of Buenos Aires and the University of CEMA, Mr. Serrate
at the Argentine Institute of Capital Markets (IAMC). He previously taught at the
Foreign Service Institute (ISEN), the University of Belgrano, and Torcuato di Tella
University. Mr. Serrate is a regular columnist of Argentina’s leading financial daily,
Ambito Financiero, and Diario Clarín, Argentina’s main circulation paper. Formerly
Manager of Ambito Financiero, Mr. Serrate is the Founder and CEO of Estudio Siaba
Eiji Ogawa is a professor of international finance at Department of Economics, Tokyo
He received Ph. D. at Hitotsubashi University in 1999. He joined Hitotsubashi University
in1988. He was a
visiting scholar of Harvard University (1986-1988), University of California at Berkeley
the International Monetary Fund (September 2000). He was a lead co-chair at the T20
wrote many articles and books in the field of international finance, which include
Kaji and Eiji
Ogawa eds., Who Will Provide the Next Financial Model? Asia's Financial Muscle and
Maturity, Springer, 2013.
Franco Bruni, is Vice President of Milan’s Institute for International Political Studies
Professor in the Department of Economics of Bocconi University where he has been Full
International Monetary Theory and Policy until 2018. He is the Italian member of the
European Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee. He is also Vice President of UniCredit &
Universities Foundation. He writes editorials for the daily “La Stampa”.
He has degrees from Bocconi and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has been a
of the Board of Directors: of Bocconi University (2014-2017); of the Pension Fund for
Bocconi’s professors and managers (2013-2018); of Mediaset SpA (2015-2018), of Pioneer
Investment Management Sgr SpA (2010-2017), of Pirelli &C (2005-2014), of Pioneer Global
Asset Management SpA (2000-2010), of Unicredit Banca Mobiliare SpA (2000-2007), of
Audit (2000-2013), of Saipem (1998-2005). As a visiting professor he has been teaching
several international universities, including NYU, Fudan (Shanghai), Getulio Vargas (Sao
Paolo), UNSW (Sidney), UBC (Vancouver). He has also been Vice President and President of
SUERF (Société Européenne de Rechèrches Financières: 1994-2000).He is author of many
publications in the fields of Macroeconomics, European Economics, International Banking
Finance, International Relations and Political Economy
Gerard Hartsink was appointed by the Financial Stability Board as Chairman of the GLEIF
Board of Directors.
Mr. Hartsink serves as member of the World Trade Board that has the objective to enable
He is active in organizations promoting e-commerce (member of the Digital Economy
Commission of ICC) and e-government (member of the Forum Standaardisatie of the Dutch
He has broad experience in the payments, securities and forex industry. He served as the
Chairman of CLS Bank International, the European Payments Council and of the RMG of ISO
20022 and as Board Member of SWIFT, LCH.Clearnet Group, Euroclear Netherlands, Euro
Banking Association (EBA) and Electronic Commerce Platform Nederland.
As former Senior Executive Vice President of ABN AMRO Bank he has over thirty years
experience in sales, product development, regulatory affairs, information management and
He holds MA degrees in political economy from the University of Amsterdam and in law
from the Free University in Amsterdam.