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Welcome to the Treasurer's Wiki

The Treasurer’s Wiki aims to share knowledge and experience across the treasury community. We hope you will use it as a platform to share knowledge and provide useful tools to other likeminded people.

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(B)/W to Alternative Reference Rates Committee
Alternative finance to Bank relationship management
Bank supervision to CDE
CDF to Certificate of ownership
Ceteris paribus to Convertibles
Converting from forward rates to Debt capital market
Debt ceiling to EEF
EFAMA to Ex div
Ex dividend to Financier
Financing activities to GlaxoSmithKline
Global Coaching and Mentoring Alliance to IFRS Foundation
IFRS Interpretations Committee to Internet of Things
Internet protocol to Loan to value
Loan transferability to Modern Portfolio Theory
Modern Slavery Act to OBR
OBS to Participation
Participator to Profitability ratio
Profits chargeable to Corporation Tax to Remote payment
Remuneration and nomination committee to STM
STP to Statement of federal financial accounting standard
Statement of financial accounting standard to Terms of trade
Terrorist financing to Unlimited company
Unobservable valuation inputs to €STR

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