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Latest revision as of 14:25, 13 December 2017

Welcome to the wiki edition of The Treasurer’s Handbook

Welcome to The Treasurer’s Handbook – an invaluable resource for all professionals working in treasury and corporate finance. The Handbook is designed to offer quick and accessible reference material to support treasurers and their colleagues in their responses to unpredictable change. Reflecting contemporary needs and our increasingly digital lifestyles, it is now available in a wiki format.

This online edition of the Handbook includes five key sections covering cash management, risk management, corporate finance (including articles on markets and funding) and the latest developments for treasury professionals, plus our ever-popular country guides with information on national banking, regulatory and financial systems.

Many thanks to all our expert contributors from universities, financial institutions, professional bodies and the ACT. We are confident that in its new format, the Handbook will remain the essential reference tool for treasurers.

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