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What is the Treasury Council?

The role of the Treasury Council is to steer the Muellners Foundation's various initiatives with fund appropriations, and governance rules on co-operative owned fund management.

Treasury Council members are generally individuals of industry wide reputation, having had persistent success in steering and contributing to the humankind, with major sustainable impact. They can be successful bankers, investment fund managers, wealth managers, senior financial analysts, scheduled and chartered auditors, accountants, members with background on tax compliances, and public grants.

The members of the Treasury Council have voluntarily chosen to actively contribute to projects maintained by the Muellners Foundation.

These members contribute to Open Bank's Fund appropriation, allocation and provisioning to different projects of the Foundation. Treasury Council members also participate in presenting Foundation's agenda in local industry forums and chamber networks, build strategic relationships with Hedge Funds, Venture Capital and Private Equity and Crpto Asset Holding Financial Services companies.

The members to the Treasury Council generally stay on the Committee for a fixed period.

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