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Duties and Responsibilities of a Treasury Analyst

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A Treasury Analyst or A financial analyst is a professional,  undertaking financial analysis for external or internal clients as a core feature of the job.  The role may specifically be titled securities analystresearch analystequity analystinvestment analyst, or ratings analyst. The job title is a broad one: in banking, and industry more generally, various other analyst-roles cover financial management and (credit) risk management, as opposed to focusing on investments and valuation.

They also manage the bank relationships, perform audits, and oversee the cash management operations of a company.

Treasury analysts also are responsible for assessing the company’s financial health, cash flow, and liquidity.

They perform scenario analyses, forecasting, and tax guidance.

Treasury Analyst Duties:

  • Provide support in all aspects of the treasury team’s activities
  • Provide support to internal and external customers with cash management, liquidity, and interest rate risk management
  • Promote the treasury and risk management function through effective and efficient interaction with senior management, clients, and trading partners
  • Oversee treasury operations, including cash management, cash flow forecasting, capital market activities, foreign exchange, and interest rate risk management

Treasury Analyst Responsibilities:

  • Assist Vice President, Finance with monthly forecasting, financial analysis, ad hoc reporting, and special projects
  • Organize assets, loans, and liability accounts; reconcile daily bank statement, credit card statements, and IRAs
  • Review and process vendor invoices and payments
  • Coordinate with external auditors and service providers
  • Maintain records and accounts, daily check runs, and handle petty cash
  • Manage bank reconciliations
  • Perform various other accounting duties

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