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- Develop and oversee the company’s cash management policies and procedures
- Manage the investments of the company and also make suitable decisions
- Perform risk management in regard to liquidity, ventures, and interest rates
We are hiring a qualified Treasurer for managing our company’s financial aspects ranging from cash flow management to corporate finance.
What does a Treasurer do?
You will analyze and report relevant information to the upper management so as to help them make better decisions for the company. Your ultimate goal would be protecting the finances of our company as well as ensuring our long-term success.
In order to succeed in this role, you must have a sound knowledge of all financial planning regulations and processes along with the ability to report/explain various financial issues to the management.
- At least a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or a related field
- Professional certification (e.g. CPA or CFA)
- Prior experience as a Treasurer or any finance-related role
- In-depth understanding of all financial regulations and practices
- Sound knowledge of financing techniques, monetary market, and investment management
- Experience in working with financial management software (e.g. Oracle, SAP etc.) and MS Office, especially MS Excel
- Sound mathematical and computational skills
- Strong communication and organizational skills
- Strong leadership skills and the ability to take quick decisions
- An analytical mind with a problem-solving attitude
- Developing and overseeing the company’s cash management policies and procedures
- Managing the investments of the company and also making suitable decisions
- Performing risk management in regard to liquidity, ventures, and interest rates
- Submitting regular reports of the company’s finances to the upper management in order to help them frame future strategies
- Implementing relevant policies and legislation
- Preparing budgets and monitoring expenditures
- Giving suggestions regarding the finances of the company
- Building relations with rating agencies and bank