Camille Seillès appointed Secretary General of the ABBL

ABBL Published 28.06.2017

Camille Seillès has been appointed Secretary General of the Luxembourg Bankers’ Association as of 28 June 2017.

Camille has joined the ABBL in 2012 as legal and tax adviser. As Secretary General, Camille will supervise the General Secretariat, Membership management, Accounting, and Facility management. He remains in addition in charge of all tax dossiers.

Besides these capacities, Camille is currently Vice-Chair of the Fiscal Committee of the European Banking Federation. He is also a member of the European Commission’s Expert Group on automatic exchange of financial account information, the Taxation Working Group of the International Banking Federation (IBFed) as well as of the Committee on Taxation and Fiscal Policy of the Business and Industry Advisory Group to the OECD (BIAC).

Prior to joining the ABBL, Camille worked for 6 years as a tax lawyer in a leading Luxembourg law firm.

A lawyer by background, Camille holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in international business law and a Master’s Degree in business taxation. He received his legal training at the University of Cologne, the University of Paris and King’s College London.

A native French speaker, Camille is fully proficient in English and German.

In his own words: « I am delighted to take up this new role at the ABBL. I look forward to the new challenges it will present and hope to further develop the good relations the ABBL maintains with its members.»