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The Treasury and Capital Management Panel focuses on public sector cash flows and broader asset management issues.
It reports to the CIPFA Technical Committee.
Role of the panel
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Statement on Borrowing in Advance of Need and Investments in Commercial Properties
Rob Whiteman (CIPFA Chief Executive) and Richard Paver (Chair of the CIPFA Treasury and Capital Management Panel) have issued a Statement on Borrowing in Advance of Need and Investments in Commercial Properties (PDF, 330KB)
Statement on Treasury Management Indicators
The Panel has issued a Statement on Treasury Management Indicators (PDF, 300KB) for the 2018/19 financial year.
Statement on the Production of Capital Strategies
The Panel has issued a Statement on the Production of Capital Strategies (PDF, 180KB). This explains how the requirement of the Prudential Code (2017 Edition) to produce a capital strategy will be applied in the 2018/19 financial year.
UK Money Markets Code
A new UK Money Markets Code setting out the standards and best practice expected from participants in the deposit, repo and securities lending markets has been published. It is a voluntary code underpinned by the key principle that participants should always act in a manner to promote the integrity and effective functioning of these markets.
The Treasury and Capital Management Panel holds regular meetings. Download the notes of the:
10 November 2015 meeting (PDF 47 KB)
22 July 2015 meeting (PDF 43 KB)
19 March 2015 meeting (PDF, 43)
5 November 2014 meeting (PDF, 46 KB)
11 June 2014 meeting (PDF, 42 KB)
5 February 2014 meeting (PDF, 46 KB)
5 November 2013 meeting (PDF, 46 KB)
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