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Treasury Manager

  • Location: North West
  • Salary: Competitive
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: GM170296
  • Sector: Insurance
Job Description

As Treasury Manager you will be directly involved in all aspects of treasury operations activities. This will include supporting the Cash Manager and their team, deputising when required, as well as performing a leading role in developing and maintaining a best in class operational infrastructure i.e. systems, services, processes and people.


  • Planning, managing and optimizing cash balances available for investment
  • Developing robust short and medium term cash flow forecasts and providing timely and accurate management information
  • Managing collateral (cash and securities) and the internal and regulatory reporting requirements associated with derivative and repo transactions
  • Contributing to the global treasury policy and process framework to ensure timely reporting and effective control
  • Engaging with finance and business leaders to raise awareness and understanding of best practice in treasury management and help them to take timely and appropriate action to achieve business benefits
  • Contributing to the management and maintenance of strong, positive relationships with external business partners
  • Contributing to a wide variety of projects and initiatives e.g. cash flow forecasting, bank account rationalisation and process automation
  • Producing and enhancing the suite of treasury reporting, including support for the month-end close process


  • Proven treasury management experience
  • Involvement in project work and process improvement
  •  Treasury or accountancy qualification preferred
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