Corporate Members

Professional Members

What is Treasury?

Treasury management is defined as ‘the corporate handling of all financial matters, the generation of external and internal funds for business, the management of currencies and cash flows and the complex strategies, policies and procedures of corporate finance.’

The goal of most treasury management departments is to optimize their company’s liquidity, make sound financial investments for the future with any excess cash, and reduce or enter into hedges against its financial risks.

There are two distinct parts of treasury management – one is making sure that the cash flow is well maintained and the other is the creation of the policies that ensure the company’s risk strategy is one that is sustainable and suitable for its needs. Click here for more about ACTSA.

Treasurers Journal

The online version of the 2020 Treasurers Journal is now available to our members only. Please log into the Member Zone to access the magazine. We hope you enjoy this year’s edition.

IGTA Journal Summer Issue 2020

Click here to read the Autumn 2020 Edition

Upcoming Event

ACTSA/DIA Webinar: State of the SA Debt Capital Markets and funding alternatives

May 12 @ 9:00 am11:00 am

Click here to register

FX Global Code

A set of global principles of good practice in the foreign exchange market.
For more click here

Sponsorship Opportunities

ACTSA would like to invite organisations to sponsor workshops, breakfasts or conferences with a current topic of interest. This is a great platform to impart knowledge on to our extensive database of members and non members in the treasury industry.

If you are interested in sponsoring an event please contact Artemis Galatis for more information at

ACTSA provides a forum for
the promotion of the common
interests amongst corporate
treasurers in Southern Africa.

ACTSA aims to provide both its members and potential members
with ongoing networking opportunities, exposure to international
treasury practices and creates a forum for the discussion
of industry-specific issues.

  • Facilitate a dialogue between corporate treasurers and their colleagues;

  • Share ideas on a wide spectrum of financial situations;

  • Maintain a professional association of individuals responsible for the management of corporate treasury