I’m very excited to be taking over as EACT Chair at a time when our voice continues to be vitally important in helping to build strong treasury management and careers for European treasurer. Against this background, I will continue to seek to provide a unifying focus for issues that, on a European level, affect how the members of the national associations can operate. Through our website we endeavor to provide useful information about the EACT and provide a conduit for visitors to access the websites of the individual treasury associations making up the EACT.
Jean-Marc Servat, EACT Chair
Please see our latest news below. Use the map on the right to explore the member associations that make up the EACT.
EACT has submitted a response to ESMA’s consultation on the draft Regulatory Technical Standards for the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR), that mandates double-sided reporting for non-financial corporates entering into repo transactions. The brief EACT response argues that given the difficulties with EMIR transaction reporting – on which the SFTR reporting is copied – all non-financial counterparties should be exempt from the reporting obligation.
Read the response here >>...
The EACT has addressed a letter to European Parliament members, the Slovak Presidency and the European Commission concerning the discussions aiming to finalise the Money Market Fund reforms. In our letter we emphasise amongst others the importance of maintaining CNAV government debt funds as they are an important cash management tool for a number of corporates.
Click here to read the letter...
EACT, BNP Paribas, PwC and SAP joined forces to launch “Journeys to Treasury”, a cutting-edge report that is designed to help professional treasurers build their own journey to the future of treasury.
The first edition of Journeys to Treasury addresses three key topics for corporate treasurers: continued innovation; anytime, anywhere treasury; cybercrime and fraud.
The report can be downloaded here >>...