Albert Dondelinger, Luxembourg banker. Decorated Commander Ordre de la Couronne (Belgium); Commander Ordre National (Ivory Coast); officier Ordre National du Mé rite (France); officier Ordre de la Couronne de Chêne, officier Ordre National du Mérite (Luxembourg). Fellow International Bankers Association; member Luxembourg Bankers Association (chairman 1977-1978), Institut International d'Etudes Bancaires.
B degree, College St. Michel, Brussels, 1952. Doctor of Laws, Belgium Catholic University Louvain, 1958. Trainee State Savings Bank Luxembourg, 1959.
Special trainee World Bank and International Monetary Fund, 1961. Attache Banking Control Commission, Luxembourg, 1959-1964, principal inspector, 1964, joint manager, 1965, vice commissioner, 1966-1967, commissioner, 1968-1976. President, managing director Banque Internationale à Luxembourg, since 1977.
Alternate governor for Luxembourg at International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - World Bank, 1967-1976. Member European Monetary Committee, 1971-1976. Member board Institut Belgo-Luxembourgeois du Change, 1972-1976.
Advisor to group of twenty in charge international monetary system reform, later associate member International Monetary Fund interim committee, 1972-1976. Member board European Monetary Cooperation Fund, also member Governors' committee European Economic Community Central Banks, 1973-1976. Co-chairman commission for finance affairs Conference for International Economic Cooperation, Paris, 1975-1976.
President Luxembourg national committee European League for Economic Cooperation. Chairman board BIL (Asia) Ltd., Singapore, Société Electrique de l'Our. Director Luxair S.A., Société de la Bourse de Luxembourg S.A., Philips International Finance S.A., La Compagnie Luxembourgeoisede Télèdiffusion, other companies.
Member monetary commission International Chamber of C. President Cercle Artistique de Luxembourg. Board directors Foundation Prince Henri-Princesse Maria Teresa for integration of disabled persons.
- Chairman board BIL (Asia) Ltd. Board directors Foundation Prince Henri-Princesse Maria Teresa for integration of disabled persons.