Celebrating Success 2016
The ACT supports the growth and development of treasury and finance professionals with a range of qualifications. In 2016, we launched a new qualifications pathway to run alongside the already established and highly regarded ones. We are delighted to share with you the pass lists for all ACT qualifications.
Between September 2015 and December 2016, 578 ACT qualifications were completed across the globe. We would like to congratulate all those who passed and celebrate their success by publishing their names on the qualifications webpages you can find below.
ACT qualifications pathway
Congratulations to the 4 students who completed the MCT Advanced Diploma in 2016. MCT is the ultimate treasury qualification and gives learners a holistic view of the commercial and financial challenges facing a business at a strategic level.
Congratulations to the 40 students who completed the Diploma in Treasury Management in 2016. Aimed at those in a managerial or senior operational level, it covers funding requirements of the business and the resources available to support those decisions. Upon completion, learners can also use the letters AMCT after their name, a true mark of treasury distinction.
Congratulations to the 102 students who passed the Certificate in Treasury (CertT) in 2016,
the second step on the ACT qualifications pathway, designed to develop the understanding required to enable learners to become fully operational within the treasury function.
Congratulations to the 365 students who completed the Certificate in Treasury Fundamentals (CertTF) between September 2015 and December 2016. This new course is the first step on the ACT qualifications pathway and introduces learners to all facets of treasury and how it fits within an organisation.
Cash management qualifications
Congratulations to the 10 students who have completed the new Award in Cash Management Fundamentals, designed to provide students with an understanding of the essentials of cash management and working capital. Those new to the subject can get to grips with fundamental areas before moving onto the Certificate in International Cash Management.
Congratulations to the 56 students who completed the Certificate in International Cash Management (CertICM) in October 2016. CertICM is the definitive cash management qualification for both corporate and financial institutions, delivering significant insights from a global perspective.
Go back to the ACT qualifications pass lists webpage here