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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.

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Alternative Investment Market to Bank rec
Bank reconciliation to CCTB
CCoB to Certificate in International Cash Management
Certificate in Treasury to Conversion value
Convert to Debt-to-GDP ratio
Debt IR to EC Directive 2007/64/EC
EC Directive 97/5EC to Evergreen facility
Ex-Im Bank to Financial risk management
Financial services to Gestalt coaching
Gig economy to IFRS 4
IFRS 5 to International bond
International capital market to Loan
Loan Market Association to MoM
MoU to Notional pool
Notional pooling to Pari passu clause
Paris Agreement to Profit before tax margin
Profit before tax percentage to Relative
Release to ST
STA to State Pension
State Second Pension to Term fixing
Term letter of credit to United Kingdom
United Kingdom Financial Investments Ltd to €STR

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POMO

US banking.

Permanent open market operations.

Somewhat ironic or dis-approving term used to highlight the US Federal Open Market Committee's use of open market operations to add to or reduce balances ('reserves') of eligible institutions with Federal Reserve Banks on a longer-than-usual period - with the implication that it may be semi-permanent.


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