More NewsUK’s ACT Appoints ex-KPMG Partner as New Chief Executive

UK's ACT Appoints ex-KPMG Partner as New Chief Executive

Richard Raeburn has been appointed Chief Executive of The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) with immediate effect. He was until 2000 the lead treasury partner at KPMG. Prior to that he worked for more than 20 years with international groups such as Diageo. A Fellow of the ACT since 1982, Raeburn has for the past 18 months been working with the ACT as a consultant directing the development of the Association’s respected education programme. He also led a major review of the Association’s governance. Raeburn commented: ‘The ACT has a vital role to play as the focal point and representative of the treasury community. We have an outstanding reputation already and I look forward to leading the organisation as we reinforce and develop our services and the respect felt for our opinion.’

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