Spyridoula Arathymou carries out the three-year research programme ‘The documentation of cultural information as vehicle for regional sustainable development: The case of olive culture’, which is funded by the EU, at the University of Peloponnese from 2012 to 2015. She graduated in archival science, librarianship and museum studies from the Ionian University, Greece, in 1999 and obtained her PhD in cultural informatics from the University of the Aegean. Arathymou has published papers in international scientific journals mainly on theoretical archival matters, being the title of her doctoral thesis ‘The Greek Historical Industrial Archives: Recording, Electronic Documentation and Promotion’. Currently she is an ICA member and ex-member of the Bureau of SBL-ICA, member of the International Institute of Archival Science of Trieste and Maribor and member of the Greek section of TICCIH.

Boštjan Banfi obtained a bachelor degree in law from the University of Ljubljana in 1997. He has been working for Bank of Slovenia since 1998. Initially, Banfi worked as an analyst for the international relations within the banking operations department, since 2006 he works in the legal department. Currently, he is a legal counsel specialist at Bank of Slovenia, responsible for various legal fields. Banfi is a member of two ESCB working groups and he participated in a project for documents, record management and archiving system at Bank of Slovenia.

Mercedes de la Moneda Corrochano holds a PhD in documentation from the University of Granada. She teaches in the department of information and documentation of the same university. De la Moneda is part of the EC3 research group at the University of Granada, which carries out several research projects inside the National Research Plan I+D. She is also in charge of the Impact Index of Social Science Journals (INRECS).

Filipe Fernandes graduated in history from the Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa, he holds a post-graduate title in documental sciences from Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, and a master in informatics applied to information society from ISCTE-IUL. He began his career as intern on the Portuguese Foreign Office and Finance Archives. He also worked as an archivist at the Regional Archives of Madeira, and is currently archivist and record manager at the Bank of Portugal.

Egon Kraljević works in the archive of the Croatian National Bank since 2008. Before, he was an employee at the Croatian National Archive within the archival division for documents after 1945. Kraljević graduated 1990 in journalism at the University of Sarajevo.

Victoria Lemieux is assistant professor of archival studies at the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, and founder and director of the Centre for the Investigation of Financial Electronic Records (CIFER Research), co-chair of the Open Financial Data Group, and acting director of UBC’s Media and Graphics Interdisciplinary Centre (MAGIC). She is also editor and contributor to Managing Records in Global Financial Markets: Ensuring Compliance and Mitigating Risk (Facet 2011) and Financial Analysis and Risk Management: Data Governance, Analytics, and Life Cycle Management (Springer 2012).

Renata Martano graduated in history from the University La Sapienza in Rome and holds two postgraduate degrees in archival science, one from the Scuola di Archivistica, Paleografia e Diplomatica at the Archivio di Stato in Rome and the other from the Scuola Vaticana di Paleografia, diplomatica e archivistica. Martano started as archivist in the Archivio Capitolino (the historical archives of the Rome City Council) and since 1988 she works as archivist at the historical archives of the Bank of Italy. In 1990 she was part of the Italian working groups on ISAD and ISAAR-CPF. She has published several studies based on the documents and guidelines held in the historical archives of the Bank of Italy.

Francesca Pino has been head archivist at Banca Commerciale Italiana (1984-2001), and is now responsible for Intesa Sanpaolo Group Archives. After having taught archival science at the Universita' degli Studi di Milano (2002-2009), she is a member of the ICA/Section Business and Labour Archives' Steering Committee. Pino studied history, and obtained her diploma as an archivist and paleographist in 1978 at the State Archives of Milan. While conducting research on 18th century history, she served as archivist in the Contemporary Archives at the Cantonal Library in Lugano (Switzerland). Her publications include many inventories published in hard copy as well as on the Internet (www.bancaintesa.it/beni culturali), archival essays and historical research.

Tvrtko Ujević holds a PhD in information sciences from the faculty of humanities and social sciences of the University of Zagreb. He is a visiting professor at Zagreb School of Economics and Management and he also delivers professional courses and workshops for librarians, organised by the faculty of humanities and social sciences. He is head of the Library and Documentation Centre at the Croatian National Bank.