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ACTA Appoints Technical Director

  The Australian Corporate Treasury Association (ACTA) is thrilled to announce the appointment of Dr. Kurt Smith to the crucial newly created role of Technical Director.   Kurt has a long and successful career across both sides of the Treasury community, firstly via Fund Management and senior Bank trading positions, before moving into Corporate Finance […]

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34th Annual Conference – Change of Date

New dates! In addition to wanting to see our members in a face to face setting, the health and safety of the Treasury Community is our highest priority.  After careful consideration, and following the continued uncertainty caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19), the ACTA Board and Management have made the decision to move the 34th Annual Australian […]

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A Message from the President – March, 2021

March 2021 Welcome belatedly to 2021.  As with everyone I’m sure, it has been a hectic start to the year. When I wrote this welcome last year, the big external issue was the bushfires – I only briefly mentioned COVID as an emerging risk.  None of us at the time had any idea how much […]

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Member Satisfaction Survey 2020

We want to thank each of you for your continued support of the Finance and Treasury Association in 2020. This was a challenging year in many ways for all of us, our shared organisation no different. While those challenges remain, we are well placed for 2021 and have some exciting developments in store for the […]

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A message to the Australian Treasury Community

A MESSAGE TO THE AUSTRALIAN TREASURY COMMUNITY FY20 is about to come to a close, and I’m sure you would all agree this has been one of the most challenging years the world has had to face in a very long time.  However, for the FTA and the treasury community, the challenges have been tackled […]

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Message from the CEO: Broadening Eligibility of Corporate Debt Securities as Collateral for Domestic Market Operations

Broadening Eligibility of Corporate Debt Securities as Collateral for Domestic Market Operations A great step forward for Australian Corporates was announced yesterday.  Australia’s corporate Treasury community has been working hard with bodies such as the RBA over recent times, and this announcement is a very welcome one. The announcement advises that as a way of […]