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Philippe Maryssael's secondary school was Collègue Saint-Pierre à Uccle (Brussels). Latin and mathematics were his main subjects. Philippe successfully passed in June 1980 and decided to study translation (Dutch and English) at the Brussels-based Institut supérieur de traducteurs et interprètes (ISTI), starting in September 1980.
Five years later, he graduated cum laude. In 1998, he attended a post-graduate curriculum in terminology and terminotics at ISTI. He could from then on combine the titles of translator and termonologist/terminotician.
Philippe Maryssael retired from the European Investment Bank (EIB) on 1 July 2017.
From May 2013 to April 2016, he was in charge of modelling business processes at the EIB. He then got promoted to the post of head of the "Business Processes" unit.
Before that, from March 2010 to April 2013, he was an IT specialist in two sectors at the EIB: information portals on the corporate intranet and computer-assisted translation and terminology (CATT) and translation workflow management tools.
Between March 2001, when he joined the EIB, and February 2010, Philippe Maryssael was a translator-reviser in the Linguistic Services division. He developed an intranet site for the division and managed its translation memories and terminology databases.
Before he joined the EIB, Philippe Maryssael spent almost height and a half years, from October 1993 to February 2010, at the Belgian Finance Ministry as a civil servant, translating and revising fiscal documents. There, he was a strong advocate of, and was instrumental in, the roll-out of a professional terminology and documentation management software tool. He also developed an ad-hoc translation workflow solution.
In his previous job with AG Insurance between October 1989 and September 1993, he was, for the first time since he graduated, a professional translator.
After he finished his compulsory military service, Philippe Maryssael was hired as a bank clerk with Generale Bank (currently BNP Paribas Fortis) between September 1986 and October 1989.