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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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ISDA Master Agreement to Job costing
Joint Money Laundering Intelligence Taskforce to MAE
MAR to NAIC
NALA to Ontological coaching
Op P to Perfect competition
Perfect markets to Quantitative techniques
Quantitative tightening to Reverse stress test
Reverse takeover to Serious Fraud Office
Server to Supranational bank
Supranational bond to Transactional analysis
Transactional analysis coaching to Wage
Waiver to €STR

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EU 27

The 'EU 27' refers to the 27 current member states of the European Union (EU).

The term arose from the UK's decision to leave the EU.

During the period before UK's departure from the EU on 31 January 2020, 'EU 27' referred to the 27 member states - excluding the UK - that would remain members following the UK's departure.


It is sometimes written 'EU-27', or ‘EU27’.


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