Treasury

   

Definition: Treasury is the department in large corporations responsible for financial risk management, cash management, issuing debt, foreign exchange and interest rate risk hedging, securitization, oversight of pension investment management, and capital structure (including share issuance and repurchase).
Also typically advises the corporation on matters relating to corporate finance. Could also play a role in business insurance.
Reporting to Chief Financial Officer.


   
   

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