ACT Educational Trust - University prize scheme

The ACT University Prize is provided by the ACT Educational Trust which is a registered charity that provides support to educational projects and funds research in to new treasury qualifications.

It is overseen by Professor David Parrish FCT, Professor of Business Management and Economies at Regents College, London, UK.

The ACT Prize is offered to selected universities with courses that contain treasury related disciplines to promote the treasury profession and to support those working towards a treasury career. The ACT Prize recognises these students' achievements and through this scheme we encourage the relationship between educational institutions and practising treasury professionals. The ACT works with these universities to organise guest lectures hosted by treasury practitioners which provides students with the opportunity to learn from an experienced practitioner.

The ACT University Prize scheme was recently mentioned by Warwick Business School on their website. Click here to find out more.

Kingston University 2007/08 winner: Shirley Moussavou
Sheffield Hallam University
2009/10 postgraduate winner
Wasi Baqri
Sheffield Hallam University 2007/08 winner: Michael Nutbrown (left)
The University of Dundee

Daniel Thompson
Newcastle University
2009/10 winner
Daniel Thompson
University of Warwick 2007/08 prize winners
Sheffield Hallam University
2009/10 undergraduate winner
Ben Sanderson

We are currently working with 11 universities across the UK

Cass Business School

Congratulations to the 2011 ACT prize winner Mark Greuter

Award criteria: Best performing student
Awarding module: Corporate Finance
Awarding course: MSc Finance

Previous prize winners
2010: Nandini Narayanaraju Kumar Raju



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