ACT rates explained | The Association of Corporate Treasurers

ACT rates explained

ACT Member (excluding eAffiliate) Rate

This rate refers to an individual who is a current ACT member, including student members, affiliate members, associate members and fellows. Nominated business members can also benefit from this rate.

ACT eAffiliate Member

This online membership does not qualify for event discounts or free tickets.


Find out more about the different levels of ACT membership:


Event ticket types


Financial institutions (FIs) 

Financial service companies including banks, mortgage lenders, insurance companies, asset managers, rating agencies and mutual funds.


Include those companies who provide expert advisory services in any number of specialist fields, from treasury consultancy and accountancy through to legal and actuarial services.

Service providers

This refers to companies who are suppliers to the treasury and financial sectors.

Non-financial corporate organisations

‘Non-financial’ refers to any corporation that primarily produces goods or non-financial services. Some examples include manufacturers, communication companies and retailers. This category also covers any company that falls under the not-for-profit sector, including public sector companies.

Individuals at bank/FI/consultant/service provider organisations who work within a company’s treasury department are also included in this category e.g. job title of Group Treasurer, Treasury Assistant etc.

Those who fall under this category are entitled to corporate organisation rates. 


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