About us

The Association of British and Irish Accountants in Luxembourg (ABIAL) is an active group for accountancy professionals that was set up in 1980. ABIAL provides support and activities for members and students of the UK accountancy bodies who are resident in Luxembourg. The group offers the opportunity to its members to network, make new business contacts and obtain guidance on local issues. Technical events, aimed at all accountants whether in practice, industry, commerce, general management or the public sector, are organised to gain valuable continuing professional development (CPD).

We are more than happy to welcome any other professional who is interested in our events.

Please find here the link to the slides of the Presentation of Luxembourg and International Tax Developments which was presented by Christina Leomy-Voight and Gilles Sturbois on 28th January 2021

How to join us

Discover how to join us as a Member, Student or as an affiliated Guest.

News

04
Apr

30 June 2017: Roundtable on "Public sector reform: Reporting and auditing accrual based accounts"

Accountancy Europe and IRE Luxembourg are organising a roundtable on “Public sector reform: Reporting and auditing accrual based accounts”....
14
Mar

AGiG 75th Seminar in Berlin - 25 April 2017

AGiG is organising a full-day seminar at the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) in Berlin on 25...
06
Feb

AGiG Regional Seminar in Düsseldorf - 10 March 2017

AGiG would like to invite you to their next Regional Seminar to be held on: Friday, 10 March 2017...

Upcoming events

06
May

IFRS and Climate Related Matters

Joint Deloitte & ABIAL ESG event

We are pleased to invite you to the upcoming ESG 30’ Deloitte webinar
“IFRS and climate-related matters” organised in collaboration with
ABIAL. The session will take place in virtual format on 6 May from
16:00 to 16:30 (CEST).
This webinar is part of the “Getting to grips with sustainable
investments” series, which aims to share insights and practical
guidance on ESG topics focusing on the way towards a low carbon
economy.
During the webinar, we will discuss the following:
How IFRS enables companies to take into account the effects of
climate-related matters in their financial statements.

 

24
Jun

Annual General Meeting

SAVE THE DATE

This AGM is forseen to be a virtual meeting unless restrictions are lifted.

Supporting Institutes

  • ICAS
  • ICAEW
  • CAI
  • ACCA
  • CIPFA