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Corporate treasurers play a vital role in improving and maintaining the financial standing of a company or organisation. They are often responsible for:
This is a varied and responsible role that ensures a company has the cash and liquidity to meet its obligations, involving raising funds from banks, as well as debt and equity markets and, in some companies, actively trading in the foreign exchange, commodity and money markets.
Other activities may involve dealing with property, taxation, insurance and pensions.
Five core treasury functions, in which treasury professionals may specialise are defined by The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) . These are:
Within these functions typical work activities may involve:
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