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Revision as of 15:49, 25 July 2013

Welcome to the Treasurer's Wiki

The Treasurer’s Wiki is aimed at sharing 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.

We acknowledge that to start with some of the entries are brief, but our aim was to create a wide variety of pages. We look forward to working with all the volunteer editors to build added depth and an extended coverage.

The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) sets the benchmark for international treasury excellence. As the Chartered body for treasury, we lead the profession by delivering our internationally recognised suite of treasury qualifications, by defining standards and by championing continuing professional development. We are the authentic voice of the treasury profession representing the interests of the real economy and educating, supporting and leading the treasurers of today and tomorrow.

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(B)/W to Alternative Investment Management Association
Alternative Investment Market to Bank rec
Bank reconciliation to CCTB
CCoB to Certificate in Treasury
Certificate in Treasury Fundamentals to Convert
Convertibility to Debt IR
Debt Management Office to EC Directive 97/5EC
ED to Ex-Im Bank
Ex-ante to Financial services
Financial slack to Gig economy
Gigabyte to IFRS 5
IFRS 6 to International factoring
International fund to Loan against receivables
Loan agreement to Modal
Mode to Notional value
Novation to Parity grid
Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards to Profit centre
Profit for purpose to Remco
Remedy to STEEPLE analysis
STEER analysis to State aid law
Statement to Term out
Term premium to United Nations
United Nations Climate Change Conference to €STR

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