About Us

The European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT) is a not-for-profit organisation bringing together as its members national treasury and finance professional associations (NTAs) in Europe.

In 2002, the founding members of the EACT were the following NTAs: AFTE, ASSET, ATEB, ATEL, DACT, IACT and VDT.

In 2020, the EACT gathers 23 NTAs from 19 European Union countries, Switzerland and Russia. They bring together about 14,000 members representing 6,500 groups/companies.

Click here to read the EACT brochure 'The Voice of Corporate Treasurers in Europe' and find out more.

The EACT mission is to:

  • Promote the treasury profession in terms of what this means for individual treasurers and also in terms of the external perception of the value and role of the treasury profession;
  • Support wherever realistic and possible the professional development of treasurers in the NTAs, such as by knowledge sharing, access to training and encouragement of treasury qualifications, career support, providing networking opportunities and celebrating professional achievements;
  • Advocate and in general seek to influence regulatory and other initiatives within the European Union and internationally, wherever these initiatives impact how treasurers can operate to reduce financial risks, add value or address their responsibilities. For more information please read the EACT brochure 'Vision on financial regulation for the real economy for the next 5 years'.

The EACT’s objectives include:

  • Develop and strengthen relationships with European bodies;
  • Develop and strengthen relationships with other International bodies impacting treasury and finance;
  • Share views and undertake joint action in response to issues in treasury and corporate finance as well as in relationships with financial partners;
  • Seek to influence regulatory and other initiatives within the European Union and internationally;
  • Develop coordination and cooperation between its members;
  • Promote and raise the profile of the treasury profession by organising working groups, workshops and conferences;
  • Support the professional development of treasurers in the NTAs;
  • Undertake joint research. 


Jean-Marc Servat
Caroline Stockmann
Deputy Chair
François Masquelier
Deputy Chair
Jean-Claude Climeau
Cornelia Hesse


Armand Kaali-Nagy
ÖPWZ - Forum Finanzen
Jan-Martin Nufer
Austrian Corporate Treasury Association
Karen Van den Driessche
Association des Trésoriers d'Entreprise en Belgique
Mirjana Ostojic
Croatian Association of Corporate Treasurers
Ivan Haco
Ceska Asociace Treasury
Ari-Pekka Latti
Finnish Association of Corporate Treasurers
Jean-Claude Climeau
Association Française des Trésoriers d'Entreprise
Helmut Schnabel
Association of Chief Financial Officers Germany
Cornelia Hesse
Verband Deutscher Treasurer
Tamás Onody
Hungarian Treasury Club
John Gilsenan
Irish Association of Corporate Treasurers
Massimo Battistella
Associazione Italiana Tesorieri d' Impresa
François Masquelier
Luxembourg Association of Corporate Treasurers
Erwin Bastianen
Dutch Association of Corporate Treasurers
Aleksandra Filipowicz
Polish Corporate Treasurers Association
Stefan Frangulea
The Association of Treasurers of Romania
Vladimir Kozinets
Russian Association of Corporate Treasurers
Andrej Revay
Slovak Association of Finance and Treasury
Dr. Ales Berk Skok
Slovenian Corporate Treasurers Association
José Carlos Cuevas
Asociación Española de Financieros y Tesoreros de Empresa
Ulf Rapp
Swedish Association for Corporate Treasurers
Guillermo De La Fuente
Swiss Treasury Association
Caroline Stockmann
The Association of Corporate Treasurers


Tarek Tranberg
Head of Public Affairs & Policy
Richard Cordero
Chief Operating Officer


Pierre Poncet 

François Masquelier


François Masquelier (2002 - 2004)

Pierre Poncet (2004 - 2007)

Olivier Brissaud (2007 - 2008)

Richard Raeburn (2008 - 2015)