The Australian Corporate Treasury Association (ACTA) is seeking expressions of interest from our Members to be a part of our member run Committees.
These Committees are a vehicle for ACTA members to advise management on the operation of the association.
Our Technical Committee works closely with the CEO and Technical Director to guide the CPD program, Certificate of Corporate Treasury, and advocacy, whilst the providing a platform to discuss and advise on key existing and emerging topics is a central theme of the monthly meetings.
Our Emerging Leaders Committee works with management to guide our engagement with the new wave of Treasury professionals, both studying and recently graduated. This can include development of programs, University engagement and delivery of events such as podcasts, webinars and workshops.
Our State Chapter Committees usually meet monthly and are responsible for four key area’s:
- Being an ambassador in your respective State for ACTA;
- Being the link where needed between local membership and Management/Board;
- Help to facilitate meaningful state events;
- Play a part in member growth and engagement
To be eligible to join a Committee, applicants must be a financial member of the Australian Corporate Treasury Association.
If you would like to be involved and help shape the future of the Australian Treasury Community, we invite your expression of interest by way of reply to this email or by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you.
In this webinar we take a look into the Certificate in Corporate Treasury, as you are shown around the platform, get the latest feedback on the Certificate, and hear about:
- Why you need to learn?
- What you can expect?
- What is in it for your employer?
This is an open webinar, and we encourage employers to invite their teams to attend, plus those looking at what to do for their Certified Professional Development (CPD); and those who are interested in a career in Treasury.
- Lindesay Brine – Director Postgraduate Applied Finance, Macquarie Business School