James Kallman
A 30-year veteran of emerging markets with business experience in the accounting, consulting and banking professions, James first made his home in Asia in 1985, being instrumental in the establishment of Price Waterhouse in China. After moving to Indonesia in 1991, James established Moores Rowland Indonesia in 2000, which he has since successfully built into the fifth largest accounting and audit firm in Indonesia, with a very strong international donor and development bank consulting practice. In recent years James has become passionately involved in the field of Human Rights Audit, speaking and moderating at a number of international forums on the subject. Together with Marzuki Darusman, Executive Director of the Human Rights Resource Centre for ASEAN, he has been instrumental in the conceptualization and development of award-winning human rights audit methodology and is considered to be an expert in the practicalities of this field.
Due to his distinguished business innovation in the area of business and human rights, James Kallman has been invited to speak at business and human rights forums organized by international and national organizations such as Global Compact Network Indonesia and Global Business Initiative for Business and Human Rights. He has also been invited to share his knowledge on a business and human rights conference organized by the Indonesian Ministry of Industry.

On 27 February 2014, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) provided James Kallman with an award for his contributions to the finance and accounting industry. The ACCA Achievement Award recognizes individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to developing the accounting and finance profession. The awards are based on merit and given to individuals whose contributions deserve global recognition and whose efforts reflect ACCA’s core values of accountability, diversity, innovation, integrity, and opportunity