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Mentoring is a confidential relationship, where the Mentee can access a Mentor's wisdom and guidance to navigate obstacles in achieving career objectives.

In October 2018, the IACT committee launched its first ever Mentoring programme. The pilot programme consisted of 6 mentoring relationships and was an outstanding success leading to a new programme running each year.

We are now taking applications for Mentees to join the 2024 programme. The programme will provide Mentees with a unique opportunity to connect and learn from the experience of some of Ireland’s most senior treasury professionals.

“As a past-mentee, I can testify to the positive impact the IACT Mentorship Programme had on my career. My mentor challenged me to self-reflect. We identified gaps in my CV and how to close them, which allowed me to progress my career. I wouldn't be where I am today without the Programme.”

John James Dunne
Head of Group Treasury, Glen Dimplex
President, IACT

What’s involved

We ask that Mentors and Mentees: 

  •       Commit to working together for a minimum of one hour per quarter for a period of 12 months
  •     Hold at least one face to face meeting in this period
  •      Agree a target objective for the mentoring relationship
  •     Provide feedback to the IACT Committee after the 12-month period has elapsed

How a mentoring relationship can benefit Mentees:

  • Independent advice about your career expectations and gain insight into the different routes you could take to     achieve your career goals
  • Help with developing capabilities and skills needed to succeed in a dynamic global economy
  • Overcome challenges with the support of a mentor

Mentee Benefits:

  • Being able to discuss and gain greater clarity, in an open and off-line environment, about career and development issues
  • Proving encouragement to set more ambitious career goals, reinforcing belief in their own potential
  • Having practical advice and help on organisational politics and behaviour
  • The opportunity to be challenged constructively
  • Transfer of knowledge
  • Improved professional and personal networking
  • Development of communication skills

Mentor Benefits:

  • The opportunity to practice good developmental behaviours and additional skills outside their direct line responsibilities
  • Development of their own self awareness
  • Greater understanding of other areas within the treasury and banking sphere
  • Opportunities to capture and reflect on their own development
  • Enhanced satisfaction - stimulating and rewarding fresh challenge, sense of pride in the Mentee's achievements
  • Consolidating and extending professional and personal networks

If you would like to avail of this exciting opportunity as a Mentee, please complete the attached application form 2024 Mentee Application Form.pdf and return to  by Monday, 26 February 2024.

Similarly, if you are an experienced treasurer and interested in becoming a Mentor, please contact


European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT)

International Group of Treasury Associations (IGTA)

+353 1 610 8574 
Address: PO Box 10104, Lucan, Co Dublin


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