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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 ratio
Advance tax ruling to BEAPFF
BEC to Bondholder
Bonding to COBO
COD to Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Consumer Price Index to Customer
Customer due diligence to Digital signature
Digital sterling to ESG.RS
ESG Credit Impact Scores to European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Act 2020
European Venues and Intermediaries Association to Final settlement
Final transfer to G-77
G-8 to Guaranteed minimum pension
Guarantor to IMD
IMF to Interest rate optimisation
Interest rate option to Large-cap
Large-value funds transfer system to MSt
MT to Mutual
Mutual break to Notional pool
Notional pooling to PRA Supervisory Statement 1/21 (SS1/21)
PRA buffer to Preferential creditor
Preferential tax regime to RLHF
RLN to Return on sales
Return on shareholders funds to SaaS
Sabbatical to Special Purpose Entity
Special dividend to T-statistic
T1 to Trans-Pacific Partnership
Transaction to Upcycling
Upgrade to Zero emissions
Zero hours contract to €STR average rates