Linking up with the ACTS
by Robin Page, Chief Executive, Treasury Management International
We are delighted that this is the first issue of Treasury Manage- ment Asia to be published in association with the Association of Corporate Treasurers (Singapore) (ACTS). S AM ONG president of the Association, gives an interesting description, in conversation with our editorial consultant Keiron Root, of how it has grown from its beginnings as the Treasurers’ Club of Singapore in the early 1990s to its status and activi- ties today with some 200 members, a mixture of major global names and local businesses. “The educational role is the main purpose of the Association”,
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