Deutsche Bank and ACT release comprehensive guide for treasurers

The Association for Corporate Treasurers (ACT), in partnership with Deutsche Bank, have releases “The Group Treasurer: An ACT guide to the first 100 days”, which provides valuable insights on the role of the treasury function – serving as an in-depth guide to those moving into senior treasury roles for the first time, as well as a valuable refresher on the latest developments for treasury professionals. 

Treasury departments are often staffed by people who move across from other finance disciplines and, for them, navigating their first 100 days – with a host of new, often alien, concepts and the need to quickly get up to speed – can be a challenge.
 
The Guide serves as a complete compendium of the crucial, need-to-know information – starting with the basics, including the role of treasury, how departments are set up and what you need to know about treasury policy, before moving on to a series of deep dives into the critical features of life in treasury, including all you need to know about cash and liquidity management, the innovative technologies that are driving change, as well whether an in-house bank is right for you. Scattered throughout the Guide are useful insights from treasury professionals across a wide range of industries and geographies – providing best practice advice for gaining maximum benefit from your time in treasury.
 
“We have looked to create a guide that goes back to basics – and the ACT seemed the perfect partner for this” says Ole Matthiessen, Global Head of Cash Management, Deutsche Bank. “While the ACT can provide treasury professionals with training and qualifications necessary for a successful career, Deutsche Bank, in its role as a trusted advisor, can provide up-to-date insight on the options available for treasurers in the market.”
 
The Guide is also a reaction to the sweeping changes seen in treasury over the last few years. With new processes and technologies moving centre stage, the Guide seeks to provide treasury professionals with a concise “refresh” of the latest developments – especially for perennial challenges, such as the availability of liquidity.
 
“I hope readers will find the Guide a useful tool” says Caroline Stockmann, Chief Executive, ACT. “And remember: the ACT is here to support you, whether you are a member or not, as our Mission is to embed the highest standards of professionalism and integrity in the treasury world, and act as its leading advocate.”
 

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