Webinar: The Implications of LIBOR Reform on Technology

The replacement of Interbank Offer Rates (IBOR) by Alternative Reference Rates (ARRs) is a reform that will have a profound impact on all financial market participants. As the transition deadline approaches, this webinar will provide a timely update on the latest developments in each key jurisdiction and some practical guidance on the impact of the transition on treasury technology and operations.


  • Chris Nelson – Senior Manager, PwC
  • Nick Schmidt – Senior Solution Consultant, FIS Global


Webinar: Transaction Banking Insights and Innovations

Cash management has gained enhanced importance for treasurers in light of the COVID-19 crisis. A key component of cash management is the transaction banking arrangements an organisation has, ranging from real-time visibility of cash through cash pooling and better products.

There have been considerable developments in transaction banking as banks invest in developing new products and technologies to address the treasurer’s demands for innovative cash management solutions.

Join this webinar hosted by PwC to learn about the latest products and innovations in cash management and transaction banking and insights on which of the banks can offer these innovations.

Shehan Fonseka – Director, PwC Treasury Advisory

Shehan leads the treasury advisory practice at PwC and has over 17 years of experience working with senior finance executives from a variety of industries, to assist them in managing their company’s financial risk including transaction banking arrangements.

Sam Inder – Manager, PwC Treasury Advisory

Sam is a manager with over 7 years of experience working with corporate treasury, banking and asset management clients. He has worked across a number of financial risk assignments including managing large transaction banking tenders in the Australian market and is part of PwC’s Global Transaction Banking network.


Considering an IPO to fuel your company’s future?

Considering an IPO to fuel your company’s future?

The landscape for initial public offerings (IPOs) continues to evolve as legislation changes and market volatility and policy issues affect IPO activity. This report by PwC looks at the trends to help you be as prepared as possible when stepping into the public arena. In this updated version of PwC’s Costs of an IPO publication, it focusses on a full range of costs associated with an IPO. While these costs can vary based on complexity of the structure, size of the company, and dollar value of the offering, there are many costs that apply across the board.

Insight into the costs of an IPO can help a company outline an IPO to the board of directors, its employees and other stakeholders. Having a realistic expectation of the costs can help improve the budgeting process, limit surprises, and reflect a well-structured IPO timeline.

This publication can help you understand the typical costs of going and being public for companies within a range of proceeds raised in the IPO, as well as for a range of the last 12 months revenues.


Emerging Treasury Professionals Event 2024 – Sydney

This exclusive event curated by PwC and the ACTA’s Emerging Leaders Committee brings together future treasury leaders and seasoned professionals to explore the cutting-edge strategies and technologies reshaping treasury management.


Session 1: Developing Treasury Strategies

Gain unprecedented access to the minds of Australia’s leading Treasurers as they unveil their approaches to navigating today’s geopolitical and market risks. Dive into a captivating panel discussion where practical insights into treasury strategy development and potential pivots will be uncovered. Get ready to unravel the secrets of successful treasury management in a dynamic and ever-changing landscape.


Session 2: Future of Treasury Enablement

Embark on a thrilling exploration of how technology is revolutionizing treasury functions. Discover the keys to ensuring your treasury technology remains agile and adaptable in the face of rapid technological advancements. Delve into the essential skills required to unlock the potential of future technologies like blockchain and AI. This presentation is your gateway to equipping yourself with the insights and perspectives needed to thrive in the digital age of treasury management.


Session 3: Operating the Treasury Ecosystem

Navigate the complexities of implementing, operating, and enhancing the treasury technology ecosystem with finesse and expertise. Learn from a distinguished panel of industry experts as they dissect the contributors of success and identify common pitfalls. Through their extensive experience in treasury technology, uncover the strategies and best practices that drive successful outcomes in treasury operations.


This event is not to be missed, so be sure to register and not miss out on the Emerging Treasury Professionals Series for 2024. 

Networking drinks to follow.



Date: Thursday 21st March 2024

Time: 3:00PM – 5:30 PM (for a 3:15pm start)

Networking: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM AEDT

Venue: PwC – One International Towers Sydney, Watermans Quay, Barangaroo, NSW 2000



ACTA Members: Free 

Non-Members: Free


Thank you to our event partner PwC for their on-going support of the Emerging Treasury Professionals Series in 2024.

Networking: VIC Chapter – Kicking Goals in Treasury

Join us as we hear from a high-profile panel to discuss footy, fun and finance in celebration of the upcoming AFL Finals; and with some great door prizes to be given away, make sure you wear your footy colours.


Date: Thursday 31st August 2023

Time: 4:45pm – 7:00pm (5:00pm start)

Venue: PwC – Melbourne 

2 Riverside Qy, Southbank VIC 3006


  • Jacob Attwood – Group Financial Controller, AFL

  • Jennie Loughnan – Head of State League Competitions AFL


  • Leanne Evans – Treasury Manager, Coles

  • Kevin Yeo – Treasury Advisor, Director PwC

Drinks and canapés provided. 


ACTA Members: Free 

Non-Members: $55 (inc GST) 

Non-Member (Full Time) Students: $25 (inc GST)

INFINZ Members: $25 AUD (inc GST)