The importance of the treasury role was highlighted during the 2008 global financial crisis. Since then treasurers' roles have taken centre stage within business and their relationships with the board of directors strengthened. Treasury advice is now more sought after than ever and, with the transferable skills you will learn, there has never been a better time to be a treasury professional.
Why study ACT qualifications?
The ACT’s vision is to support the growth of high-potential, well-rewarded, skilled and experienced treasury professionals who operate at the heart of the most successful companies to shape the financial health of their organisations. We want to inspire talented individuals to choose an exciting, valuable, and rewarding career as the treasurers of tomorrow.
Setting you up for a successful career
We don’t just train you to pass your exams, we teach broad range of competencies to set you up for a successful career in finance. Our qualifications are internationally recognised benchmarks from the Chartered body for the treasury profession that recruiters and employers look for on candidate CVs.
Give employers confidence in your skills
ACT qualifications are underpinned by the ACT Competency Framework. This sets the standard for superior treasury practice that drives the performance of successful organisations around the world and give employers the confidence that you have the knowledge and skills to meet their needs.
A progressive qualification pathway
The ACT offers a progressive learning path for those choosing treasury. The ACT qualifications have been mapped to the four treasury job levels of the ACT Competency Framework: tactical, operational, managerial and strategic. This means there is a qualification to suit your needs at whatever level you are at. You can study to support your career development as your progress from a junior to more senior position or jump on and off the study pathway at your appropriate level. Flexibility is a key part of the ACT learning experience - you can progress at a pace that suits you.
The ACT difference
ACT designatory letters, which you can only use by taking up and maintaining your ACT membership are what set you apart - they are a mark of distinction that show your onward commitment to maintaining the highest professional standards.
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ACT qualifications study path and syllabus content
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Qualification pass lists are published bi-annually.
Discover inspirational case studies and back editions.
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Each year the ACT recognises students who have excelled in their studies and demonstrated academic excellence.
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