Treasury Management strives to provide the company with sufficient cash during the outflow of the funds. A Treasurer exercises financial and liability stewardship including overall control of cash management, debt management and ensures the continued liquidity and financial stability of companies. A Treasury Manager develops and handles treasury policy, processes, policies, and budgets, directs capital markets, borrowing, acquisition, foreign exchange, treasury, financial management risks, and corporate finance. Monitors internal controls to protect organizational assets and their fiscal framework integrity.
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Career prospects & criteria
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BBA in Finance/ Account Management/Banking and Finance
Bachelor of Business Economics (BBE)
MBA in Financial Management/ Accounting/ Investment Banking
What you need to get started
3-8 years of work experience in related positions is required.
Attention to Details
Underlying business sense
Managing investments( handling surplus cash)
Identify, assess and manage financial risks