Australia

The Finance and Treasury Association Limited (FTA) Australia (FTA)


IGTA Membership:
Observer
Date of association formation:
January 1, 1986
Date association joined IGTA:

IGTA Representative
Peter Chapman
Tel:
+61 3 9863 7320
Fax:
Address:
FTA Secretariat
Level 3
480 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
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Association General Enquiries
Tel:
+61 3 9863 7321
Fax:
Address:
FTA Secretariat
Level 3
480 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000

Association Technical Enquiries
Tel:
+61 3 9863 7320
Fax:
Notes:

Association Membership:
The Finance and Treasury Association (FTA) is a skill-based national not-for-profit association with over 800 members who are individual treasury and financial risk management professionals predominantly working in non-financial corporations in Australia. FTA members may manage treasury and finance at a group level, and/or they may manage specific treasury, finance and risk functions. Members include treasurers within companies, banks and public authorities, and their staff in front, middle and back office roles. The membership reflects the spectrum of financial risk management activity with chief financial officers, corporate financiers, enterprise risk managers, and many professionals in roles servicing these functions.
Membership Criteria:
Full member - MFTA
Upgrades to: CFTP - Certified Finance and Treasury Professional;
and FFTP - Fellow of the Finance and Treasury Profession.
IGTA afilliate - FTA recognises levels of membership from other associations - probably be recognised as CFTP.
Education and Training:
FTA's skill-set orientation provides the focus for a strong professional development program of regular seminars and specialist conferences. This program is supplemented by more formal education offered in partnership with the Association of Corporate Treasurers. The Annual Congress is the FTA's premier professional development event.
Other Activities:

FTA's office is in Melbourne Australia, but the Association has a regional focus and reach. From Melbourne, it supports its Chapters in most Australian states. Chapters are created wherever there is a nucleus of members. The Chapters organise educational luncheon addresses, twilight seminars and networking functions. FTA has specialist committees that identify and assist in the development of technical information for distribution to members.

FTA has strategic alliances with a number of organisations to assist it service its members.

Officers/Governance:
Controlling Body - Board
Number of Members - 9
Meetings - 10 per year
Association Journal and/or Publications:
Annual Conference:
Annual Congress is held in late October each year