The EACT published today its response to the European Commission’s (EC) consultation on a new Digital Finance Strategy for Europe. In our response we emphasise the importance of balancing innovation with adequate end-user protection when developing a new Digital Finance strategy.
In our view a dedicated Digital Finance Strategy could deliver several benefits to EU end-users of financial services – ranging from harnessing the benefits of more interconnected data flows and more cost-efficient access to financial services to a potential simplification of compliance processes, such as those for AML, through use of digital solutions.
We also highlight that a regulatory framework on the use of Artificial Intelligence and related solutions such as Machine Learning and Robotic Process Automation could facilitate a greater uptake. Some of these solutions are already starting to be used in corporate treasury and clarifying questions of liability and creating legal certainty for end-users could accelerate this process.
The EACT is pleased to invite its members for nominations for the 4th EACT Award.View More
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Association of Polish Corporate Treasurers. The 20th August, 2007 is the foundation day of the AssociationView More
EACT Award 2022: And the Winner is... For the 3rd year in a row, the EACT recognises a project realised within the European Treasury Community.View More
We wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season and a new year filled with joy, prosperity and happiness.View More
The European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT) announces the appointment of François Masquelier as its new Chair as from October 1st.View More