THURSDAY 23rd MAY 2024 – 9.30 – 10.45am CET


Program is currently under preparation.

09.30 Introduction by co-Chairs Vincent le Moal-Joubel, ACPR Banque de France (XBRL France) and Thomas Verdin, BM&A Tesh Advice (XBRL Europe, XBRL UK)

09.35 ECB

10.50 EBA

10.05 SRB

10.20 EIOPA

10.35 Wrap-up


Speaker & Host: 
Juan-Alberto Sánchez


Juan Alberto Sánchez holds the position of Head of the Statistical Applications Section at the ECB where he is responsible of several statistical and supervisory data systems, including the SUBA system used for collecting and processing bank’s supervisory reports. He has more than 25 years of experience in a wide range of data management topics, including the definition of processes and systems for collecting, aggregating, and analysing data. During his professional career, he had the opportunity of working with XBRL, DPM and SDMX standards and has actively participated in conferences, meetings and international working groups.

Vincent Le Moal Joubel
ACPR Banque de France


Vincent le Moal Joubel is Chair of XBRL France. He is co-chairing the XBRL Europe Bank & Insurance working group. Vincent is Head of XBRL Skill Center in Banque de France, within the Taxonomy and Quality Department, responsible for the creation of national taxonomies. He holds a degree in computer engineering from ENSIEE and a master’s degree in bioinformatics from IBISC/University of Evry. He is a certified Datascientist from ENSAE/ENSAI.

Host: Thomas Verdin
BM&A TESH Advice

Thomas Verdin is Vice Chair of XBRL Europe and active member of XBRL UK and XBRL France. He is co-chairing the XBRL Europe Bank & Insurance working group. Thomas is Managing Director at BM&A UK and expertise provider at TESH Advice, working as a consultant for banks, insurance firms and listed corporate regarding their regulatory reporting requirements (COREP, FINREP, QRT, ESEF, ESG). Thomas holds an MBA from Collège des Ingénieurs (Paris – Stuttgart – Montreal). He is a Civil Engineer with a double degree from École Polytechnique de Bruxelles and École Centrale Paris.