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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.

How to join us

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AGiG 75th Seminar in Berlin - 25 April 2017

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AGiG Regional Seminar in Düsseldorf - 10 March 2017

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Upcoming events


EVENT POSTPONED – DATE TBC: Evening Event – IT Security

IT security and data protection are concerns that we all recognise – and stories of data leaks, e-mail hacking, and IT fraud all still seem to appear in our newspapers every day.

ABIAL warmly invites all its members – and guests – to an early evening of presentations on these topics.

Vincent Villers, PwC Luxembourg’s lead partner advising on IT security matters, will warn us about some of the current threats. He will focus on two topics. Frédéric Vonner, a PwC Luxembourg partner, is a specialist adviser on data protection law and practice, an area where regulation is growing and tightening.

Fee: EUR 20 for Members; EUR 30 for Guests (non-members) and EUR 10 for the first 5 students of the UK or Irish Institutes on a first come and first served basis.

Detailed invitation

Supporting Institutes

  • ICAS
  • CAI
  • ACCA