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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.

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 Advance payment guarantee
Advance ratio to BERD
BES to Book-entry system
Book build to COO
COP to Cheque clearing
Cheque guarantee card to Contingent
Contingent Term Repo Facility to Cyberspace
Cybertheft to Direction of Trade Statistics
Direction of influence to EU 27
EU Allowance to Execution
Execution window to Financial exclusion
Financial future to GLP
GM to Hedged
Hedger to Immunization
Impact to Inverse yield curve
Inversion to Linear
Linear interpolation to Maslow's hierarchy of needs
Maslow's pyramid to National security
National security industrial complex to Open interest
Open market operations to Peak oil
Pearson's Coefficient of Skew to Project Icebreaker
Project Management Institute to Redeemable bond
Redemption to SDG
SDG 1 to Shadow model
Shallow discount bond to Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting
Strengths assessment to Term structure of interest rates
Terminal Loss Relief to UK Stewardship Code
UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association to Weighted average
Weighted average carbon intensity to €STR

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Independent events


Two events are statistically independent if the outcome of one of the events has no effect on the probability of the outcome of the other event.

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