Executive Committee

Ludovico Calvi


Since June 2015 Ludovico Calvi is a Member of the Global Lottery Monitoring System Executive Committee and since June 2017 elected President. Since May 2015 he is a Member of the American Gaming Association Sport Betting Task Force. From 2006 to 2016, Ludovico was Head of Betting and since 2009 CEO of Lottomatica Betting Ltd. From May 2013 Ludovico was Vice President, Product Marketing Betting at GTECH Plc and from April 2015 until August 2017, held the position of Senior Vice President Global Product Marketing Betting at IGT. Earlier in his career, he worked for Sisal (Italy) and William HILL (UK)

Rupert Bolingbroke

Vice- President

Rupert has been with the Hong Kong Jockey Club since 2004 and became Head of Trading in 2015. He is responsible for the performance of fixed odds betting in Hong Kong which generates profits of 1.4 billion euros annually, principally from football. HKJC’s location in the heart of Asia provides different challenges and insights compared to much of the global industry, and he is also currently overseeing the internal build of a brand new betting system.

One of the primary responsibilities of the license issued to HKJC by the Hong Kong government is to ensure the integrity of the matches being offered. As such, and given Hong Kong’s long history of operating Horse Racing safely in the territory, HKJC is uniquely positioned to use significant resource in establishing the integrity of sports globally. Rupert, together with extensive support from other departments, works with various agencies, law enforcement and governments globally, and he has appeared as an expert witness in the CAS Skenderbeu and Lamptey cases. Rupert joined the GLMS Executive Committee in May 2017 and is since February 2018, the GLMS Vice-President.

Younes El Mechrafi

Younes El Mechrafi, born in 1965 in Rabat, holds a master’s degree in Computer Science Applied to Business Management (MIAGE) and a diploma of Higher Specialized Studies (DESS) in Computer Engineering from Université de Lille in France.

He began his career as a professor and researcher within a unit of the National Scientific Research Council (CNRS) at Université de Valenciennes in France.

Back in Morocco, he was appointed General Manager of SOMAV, a company operating in the agro-industry field. Then, he founded CONCIS, a computer engineering services company, based in Rabat, which counts among its customers important state prescribers such as the Ministry of Finance and the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces.

In 2003, Younes El Mechrafi was appointed Special Advisor to the Minister of Justice in charge of new technologies and modernization. The e-Justice project received the Imtiaz prize, a distinction awarded to the most performing public administrations in the e-Government program.

In 2006, he held the position of General Manager of an IT services company, Archos Conseil, a subsidiary of ONA group, the first Moroccan private group.

Since 16 November 2009, Younes El Mechrafi is the CEO of la Marocaine des Jeux et des Sports (MDJS), a state lottery that operates Sports Betting and finances the Moroccan sports.

Since March 2014, he is General Secretary of the African Lotteries Association (ALA) and has been reelected in 2016.

He is elected member of the World Lottery Association’s executive committee since June 2014.

Since January 2015 he is elected member of the GLMS ExCo (re-elected in 2017 and 2019)

Niels Erik FOLMANN

Niels Erik Folmann is CEO of Danske Licens Spil A/S, the online gambling subsidiary of Danske Spil. Danske Licens Spil has maintained a leading position in the Danish market of sports betting, pools, poker and casino online games since the partial liberalization of the Danish market in 2012.

Prior to his current role, Mr. Folmann worked as an executive advisor and marketing management consultant, covering fields of expertise in strategic planning, communication strategy, and organizational brand alignment; as the founder of his own consultancy; and as CEO of BBDO Denmark.

Niels Erik Folmann received his Masters Degree at Aarhus Business School in 1989. Mr Folmann has completed executive training programs at Insead and Harvard Business School and sits on three company boards. Niels joined the GLMS Executive Committee in January 2018.


Fabian Garcia graduated in Accountancy and Economics and has an MBA from the Uruguayan University of the Republic, where he also serves as a Professor of Internal Auditing. He joined LaBanca, the Uruguayan State’s Concessionary Lottery since 1943, in 2005. He started as an Odds Compiler and since 2008 he serves as the Sports Betting Manager. Since then, he has worked on improving the product and launching new functionalities positioning LaBanca at the same level of European Lotteries. From his position, Fabian also managed to introduced key measures against illegal betting in Uruguay. Fabian was appointed in the GLMS ExCo in May 2019. As an ExCo Member of GLMS, Fabian shall focus on developing educational programs to prevent match-fixing, elaborating guidelines and good practices to avoid corruption and developing GLMS in South America.

Ilho LEE

With a degree in Economics from Sungkyunkwan University, Ilho Lee is currently Manager of the Product department of SPORTSTOTOKOREA. With a wide working experience in sport journalism, he also spent some years at his early career working within the field of sports marketing. During this period he worked with famous brands, such as Lacoste, Nike, Mercedes Benz. He joined Ktoto in 2004 and in 2011 he was promoted to the position of Manager – Odds Compiling. Ilho was elected in the GLMS ExCo in May 2019

Gilles Maillet

Graduate of Essec business school in Paris, Gilles began his career in various positions of marketing and sales organizations at international consumer goods companies, conducting him to the position of Marketing and Sales Director Europe of a Melitta-Johnson JV.

He entered FDJ in 2010 to lead corporate projects for the Management of the company and was promoted as Sales Director in 2012, leading the successful restructuring plan of FDJ field sales organization.

He was appointed as Director of Sport integrity in 2017, marking both FDJ’s commitment to promote sport values and Gilles’ personal commitment in sport – he is a member of the Paris region tennis league Management committee-.

Gilles represents FDJ at the French National Platform against the manipulation of sport competitions as well as at the Executive committee of GLMS (Global Lottery Monitoring System).


Lori is currently the Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer at Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG). OLG conducts, manages and operates gaming on behalf of the Province of Ontario, Canada. The mission of OLG is to generate revenue, enhance economic development and promote high standards of responsible gambling, all in the best interests of the Province of Ontario. Lori is responsible for the business performance of OLG lines of business which include lottery, digital gaming, sports betting, casinos and charitable gaming centres.

She has served in a senior capacity at OLG for almost a decade.

Prior to becoming the Chief Operating Officer, she was the Senior Vice President of Governance, Legal and Compliance and General Counsel of OLG.

Prior to joining OLG, Lori was a partner at the law firm Davies, Ward, Phillips & Vineberg LLP for 14 years where she led a variety of corporate commercial transactions on behalf of many of Canada’s leading companies.