Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) Appoints Marie Seiller As Resources, Operations, Transformation Director

Marie Seiller has reportedly been appointed Resources, Operations and Transformation Director at the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF).

Currently Chief accountant at the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), Marie Seiller will head “the Resources, Operations and Transformation Directorate (DRST) from 27 May 2024.”

In this role, Marie Seiller will be responsible “for the Information Systems Directorate (DSI), the Administration and Finance Directorate (DAF) and the Human Resources Directorate (DRH), as well as for the CSR (Cybersecurity, Safety and Risks) and OCTA (Organisation, Advice, Transformation and Change Management) teams. She will join the AMF Executive Committee.”

A graduate of ESCP-EAP, Marie began her career in 2000 “as an auditor at Arthur Andersen, then Ernst & Young.”

Over the course of seven years she “worked her way up to the role of Senior Manager working on financial audit assignments in the industry and environmental services sectors, as well on assignments providing advice on transactions.”

In 2007, she joined the AMF’s Accounting Affairs Directorate (DAC) as “a senior project manager.”

She became Deputy Director in 2013 and was “appointed Director in 2017. In this capacity, she was responsible for ensuring that listed companies correctly applied accounting standards and for monitoring changes in these standards.”

Marie is also a member of “the board of the Autorité des Normes Comptables (the French Accounting Standards Authority) and the Haute Autorité de l’Audit (the French Audit Authority), and chairs ESMA’s Financial Working Group.”

Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani, Chair of the AMF said:

“We are very pleased to promote Marie Seiller to this key role at the AMF. Her experience and knowledge of how our businesses operate will enable her to continue the transformation already set in motion and aimed at improving the performance of our internal management.”

The AMF is an independent public authority “responsible for ensuring that savings invested in financial products are protected and that investors are provided with adequate information.”

The AMF also supervises the orderly operations of markets in France.

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