Treasury directors perform a number of monetary and financial functions for their organization. Their main responsibilities include developing and implementing their company's currency and interest risk policies and objectives. They are also expected to execute their company's treasury and cash-management strategies, as well as ensure that the corporate debt instruments and credit facilities are in compliance with laws and company rules at all times. A treasury director also heads their organization's treasury employees, providing oversight, discipline, and guidance as needed. They must make sure the company - and the employees under their supervision - are using company resources most effective way by analyzing the flow of cash in and out of the organization. This is generally a full-time job that takes place in an office setting, and overtime may be required depending on the needs of the company.
Treasury Director Tasks
Manage cash, investment, debt and borrowing strategies, and supervise to ensure compliance.
Oversee financial reporting and analysis for the organization, and set deadlines and benchmarks.
Mitigate risk and maximize strategic gains to financial plan and capital market transactions.
Develop and maintain relationships with regulatory, credit, and banking organizations.