The EACT has published a position statement commenting on the EU's proposed Money Market Funds regulation. The EACT argues that for the real economy there is one fundamental flaw in the proposal - the bar on the use of external credit ratings. The EU's intention to require CNAV funds to hold a capital buffer is also highlighted as a measure that is likely to make the CNAV product unviable; the EACT proposes instead improvements in disclosure and the use of liquidity gates and fees, the combination of all of which would better support the real economy than introducing capital buffers.
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