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From left to right, Mme Marion Cowden, M. John Fox, Mme Mary Ncube,
M. Veerathai Santiprabhob, and M. Farid Lahoud.
 

Ms Marion Cowden  Chair (Australia/New Zealand)
Educational background: Master of Business Administration in corporate finance and international business, Massey University, New Zealand; Bachelor of Commerce in economics and Bachelor of Science in pure and applied mathematics, both at University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Qualifications/experience: strong financial skills and background (accounting; financial reporting; audit; inspection; investigation), including at senior level. Broad national and international experience as Chief Financial Officer and senior director in public and private sectors in both New Zealand and Australia, and most recently at the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Chair of the United Kingdom branch of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants. Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, New Zealand, Member of the Institute of Directors, New Zealand.
 

Mr John Fox (United States of America)
Educational background: Bachelor of Arts, Haverford College, United States; graduate studies at Cornell University, United States.

Qualifications/experience: career in the United States Government, 1967–1995; Member, United States Government Senior Executive Service at the United States Department of State; strong and broad-based experience in budget policy, management, evaluation, investigation and oversight at the national level and within the United Nations system. Member of United States’ delegations to the
United Nations General Assembly Fifth Committee; Member, United Nations Advisory Committee on Administrative and Budgetary Questions and United Nations Committee on Contributions. Participated in negotiations on United Nations reform, including the establishment of the Office of Internal Oversight Services. Inspector, Joint Inspection Unit, 1996–2000. Since 2001 international organizations management consultant; advised the United States Government and international organizations on the development and implementation of policies regarding oversight, results-based management and budgeting.
 

Ms Mary Ncube (Lusaka/Zambia)
Educational background: Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics (with distinction), Chartered Accountant, Country work exposure: Africa

Qualification/Experience: Extensive experience of governance and oversight as an advisor and as member of teams assessing the quality of governance in Organisations. Former Audit Partner in KPMG Zambia; Past Director on a number of organizations, including the Medical Council of Zambia, the Zambia Revenue Appeals Tribunals, Hivos Zambia Country Advisory Board, Lusaka International Community School, Energy Regulation Board of Zambia and NICO Insurance Zambia. Currently Chairperson of the Stanbic Bank Zambia; Member of the Independent Advisory Oversight Committee (IAOC) of World Intellectual Property Organisation; (Stepped down from Nico in June 2012) - and Director on NICO Insurance Limited.) Fourteen years (to date) as Chief Executive Officer of her own consulting firm, M T Ncube and Associates.


Mr Veerathai Santiprabhob (Thailand)
Educational background: Master of Arts and doctorate in economics, Harvard University, United States, and Teaching Fellow at Harvard University, 1991–1994.

Qualifications/experience: Strong financial skills and managerial qualifications (six years as an economist with the IMF, United States and eight years as a commercial bank executive); strong international experience in several countries and continents while with the IMF. Excellent and broad skills set in the required fields of qualifications and valuable international/inter-cultural experience. Selected as one of the “50 Most Promising Young Bankers in the Asia Pacific and Middle East Region” by The Asian Banker magazine. Policy adviser in the Ministry of Finance. Executive Vice President, Strategic Planning, of Siam Commercial Bank. Presently Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of The Stock Exchange of Thailand and Audit Committee Member for Thammasat University.

M. Farid Lahoud (Lebanon)
Educational Background: Master of Business Administration in Information Technology Management from the City University, London, UK. Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon.

Qualifications/experience: Strong private sector and banking experience, most recently as chief governance officer (Group Corporate Secretary) of Bank Audi s.a.l., the largest bank in Lebanon and among the top 20 Arab banking groups. Previously acquired an extensive experience, notably in the origination and structuring of credits, of debt programs, of bank capital and hybrid equity instruments, and of asset backed securities programs. Served several mandates on the Boards of Directors of Lebanese companies including in Banking, Insurance, Telecom, and Technological Poles.
Work experience in Lebanon, the UK and Canada.

 

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