Mark Craddock is a director in Deloitte’s London office and a lead advisor in the BPO advisory practice. Mark has more than 15 years of experience, both in leadership roles for large outsourcing suppliers and as an advisor for a diverse set of global clients across a range of industries. His experience spans the entire sourcing life cycle, with a particular focus on design, negotiation and implementation, including managing contract termination and transition to new suppliers. He has particular expertise in finance, procurement, HR and legal process outsourcing.
David Crowther PhD is a qualified accountant with extensive business experience. Currently he is professor of corporate social responsibility at De Montfort University; research professor at London School of Commerce; visiting professor at Shanghai University, China; and chief research fellow of the Lithuanian Institute of Agrarian Economics. As well as acting as advisor to governments and corporations he has published more than 50 books and 400 articles in academic and professional journal and books. His most recent books are "Modern Organisational Governance" and "The Goals of Sustainable Development: Responsibility and Governance."
Martin has more than 25 years of policy, strategy and communications experience, including 15 years working in and with the global garment industry. He is a 2020 Policy Leader Fellow at the European University Institute’s School of Transnational Governance. His background includes work in government and NGO environments, as well as in the clothing industry. He has recently worked with the Cornell University New Conversations Project to help develop social dialogue and civil society-focused efforts. He previously served as senior policy and research officer at Fair Wear Foundation, where he worked with stakeholder groups to help develop FWF’s Brand Performance Check system, living wage strategy, research agenda and overall strategic direction. He is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
George Dallas is policy director at ICGN (International Corporate Governance Network), where he coordinates ICGN’s governance polices and committees, and plays an active role in ICGN’s regulatory outreach. George is also a senior visiting fellow at Cass Business School, a member of the Corporate Governance Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, and works as an independent advisor. He began his career in corporate banking at Wells Fargo Bank, and is published widely in the fields of corporate governance and responsible investment, including the book “Governance and Risk” (McGraw-Hill, 2004). George holds a BA degree, with distinction, from Stanford University and an MBA from the Haas School of the University of California at Berkeley.
Tom Dane is a chartered accountant, qualified with the ICAEW. He has worked in tax with PwC for 12 years both in the UK and in Slovenia. Tom is currently working in the tax transparency and total tax contribution team, with a range of clients on country-by-country reporting and other corporate tax transparency issues.
Professor Samir Dani is professor of operations management and head of marketing, management and organisation at Keele Business School, Keele University. Professor Dani engages widely with industry and has research interests in supply chain risks, sustainability in supply chains, and the use of technology and business models. He is currently conducting research in the use of AI techniques and autonomous systems within supply chain decision making and logistics. He works closely with the food sector and has published widely and presented his research to both academic and practitioner audiences.
Chris Dawson's research is positioned in the general area of empirical labour economics. He has also written recent articles on behavioural economics/finance. Chris is particularly interested in how optimism influences occupational choice, labour market performance and individual utility.
Linda de Beer is a non-executive director, a visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg, a member of the King Committee and a member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) in the US.
Michel is currently non-executive director for Valeo, Valco and Ebtrans. He is also currently a member of the finance and risk committee and of remuneration, nomination and governance committee of Valeo. From 2012 Michel has also held the position of vice president of the Franco British Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Paris), he was previously President from 2004-2007, and again from 2011-2012. Michel was appointed chairman and CEO of BP France and served from 1995 – 2005. He became CEO of the BP Mobil Fuels Joint Venture in Europe (1997-2000) and Vice President Europe for the BP Group from 2000 to end 2005 when he retired from the BP Group after 36 years of activity. He was also Vice President of EUROPIA (the Brussels-based European Petroleum Industry Association) from 1997 to 2005 and also a Non-executive Director at Institut Français de Pétrole from 1997 to 2005.
Joao Claudio De Luca Jnr is a partner at De Luca, Derenusson, Schuttoff e Azevedo Sociedade de Advogados n Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is an expert in corporate law and the author of several articles on corporate governance and doing business in Brazil.