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1. Business ethics.

Any written statement of best practice or of ethical conduct in business.

2. Conventions - conduct.

Any less formal statement of practice or understanding.

For example, a dress code for a business setting or event.

3. Abbreviations.

Abbreviation for any one of a number of particular codes, for example the UK Corporate Governance Code.

4. Information technology - software - noun.

Instructions for computers in machine-readable form.

For example, binary code.

5. Information technology - verb.

To write instructions for computers in machine-readable form.

Coding skills will help future-proof treasury careers
"Even though machines may become a bigger part of the landscape, treasurers will still require core treasury knowledge to understand and check the work of machines.
Also, learning skills like coding will help to future-proof treasury careers."
The Treasurer - 2022 Issue 3 - p22 - Courtney Huggins, director of group treasury at Canary Wharf Group.

6. Communication - abbreviations.

A standardised, abbreviated string of letters, numbers, other characters - or some combination of these - designed to enable efficient and error-free communication.

For example, Bank identifier codes (BIC), currency codes, or the codes used in Standard Industrial Classification (SIC).

7. Cryptography.

Information represented in encrypted form, an algorithm or process designed to create encrypted messages, or the activity of creating an encrypted message.

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