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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

SEC Announces Panelists for International Conference on Interactive Data

The SEC announced the list of panelists scheduled to participate in the International Roundtable on Interactive Data for Public Financial Reporting scheduled for June 10, 2008, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The Roundtable follows the issuance on May 30, 2008, of a proposed rule on Interactive Data to Improve Financial Reporting.  A number of countries already require public companies to provide their financial reports in interactive data.

Proposed topics to be discussed at the Roundtable include the experience in countries that have already adopted interactive data; the views of countries currently considering adopting interactive data; and the perspectives from analysts and users of financial information about how best to take advantage of the capabilities of interactive data.

Confirmed panelists and participants at this date include:

José Manuel Alonso, Head, Information Technology, Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV) , Spain
Stefano Natella, Head, Global Equity Research, Credit Suisse
Lalit Ranpuria, General Manager (Information Technology), Bombay Stock Exchange, India
SHI Xiaocheng Deputy Director, Information Center Shanghai Stock Exchange, China
LI Wei, Deputy Director-General, Information Center, China Securities Regulatory Commission, China
Olivier Servais, XBRL Team Leader, International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation, IASC Foundation
Harm-Jan van Burg, Senior Policy Maker, Ministry of Finance, the Netherlands
Natan Hershkovitz, Chief Information Officer, Israel Securities Authority, Israel
Toshinori Kobayashi, Director of Enforcement for Corporate Disclosure, Financial Services Agency, Japan
James E. A. Turner, Vice-Chair, Ontario Securities Commission of Canada

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