DACT, Dutch Association of Corporate Treasurers, is the professional association for (corporate) treasurers and treasury professionals in The Netherlands. It has 600+ members, employed by multinationals, large and midsized companies, but also working in public sector and nonprofit organisations.
As a professional association DACT stimulates the professional development of its members, offers a network that connects treasury professionals and facilitates a platform for the exchange of information and development of knowledge.
The DACT membership offers you:
• Connecting to a high quality network of fellow treasurers, also accessible via the website.
• Free entrance to ‘invitation only’ meetings.
• Free entrance to a Permanent Education Program (PEP), which DACT conducts with its partners.
• Substantial discounts on seminars and education from DACT partners.
• Twice a year a public event: the DACT Treasury Fair and the DACT Annual Conference.
• Free subscription to TMI, Treasury Management International.
• Access to the publications database (Library button).
According to the articles of the association the DACT board consists of a minimum of three and a maximum of nine members. Based on an employment contract the board members are required to actually be working in the treasury domain of a company or organisation. Chairpersons of DACT committees or work groups can also become members of the board, as well a representative of DACT-partners.
The association has an Advisory Board providing the DACT Board sollicited and unsollicited advice concerning the Board’s policy and overall practice. The Advisory Council consists of at least three and not more than seven individuals. The composition of the Council reflects the various facets requiring attention of the Advisory Council considering the goal and means of the DACT.
Mid 2015 DACT established a committee concerned with relevant laws and regulations and other professional subjects. The committee consists of at least five members from various disciplines who have ample experience in the treasury profession and are deeply literate (including fiscal/judicial).
Read the DACT annual report 2018
Download the DACT annual report 2018