what does a treasurer do?
What Does a Treasurer Do?
Treasurers are responsible for the corporation’s every day money decisions and includes liquidity, investments, and risk management.
Maintain efficient treasury policies that ensure sufficient funds are available to cover operational and investment needs.
Propose budgets for the company and created projections based on needs and upcoming projects.
Handle banking, security of company funds, and investments.
Forecast liquidity and borrowing needs of company.
Present financial reports to executives and senior management.
Managed outsourced third parties handling any treasury functions if applicable.
Master's Degree in Accounting or Finance usually required
CPA certification required
Experience in corporate financial management
Strong knowledge of banking industry regulations
Knowledge in financial software programs
Strong knowledge of MS Office, particularly Excel
Excellent communication and presentation skills
National Average Salary
The average salary for a Treasurer is $71,685 per year in the United States in 2019.
*Our salary estimates are based data collected anonymously and varies greatly by experience, location, industry and other factors. These estimates should only be used as a guideline and only given to the for the purpose of general comparison only.
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