Treasurer

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Treasurer

The corporate officer responsible for designing and implementing a firm's financing and investing activities.

Treasurer

An officer in a corporation responsible for filing financial statements, tax returns, and similar documents with the appropriate authorities and agencies. The treasurer may be, but is not always, the chief financial officer.

treasurer

A corporate financial officer who often has the responsibility for preparing financial reports, releasing financial information, and filing tax returns. The treasurer may or may not be the firm's main financial decision maker.
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310, is mistranslated as 'money must be looked after', but it really means that the Black Knight's wounded fame, just referred to, must be cured by means of money; there is no need to see an allusion to Lionel Cranfield, the former Lord Treasurer.
His son, the fourth Lord, who was also involved, was pardoned, appointed Lord Treasurer of the realm in 1571 and made Earl of Gowrie in 1581.
Brian Quintrell appealingly recounts the 1636 elevation of Bishop William Juxon to Lord Treasurer, another contest in which neither Wentworth in Ireland nor his court correspondent Laud could influence Charles I to choose them over other candidates.
On July 3rd they crossed London Bridge to enter the City, seized Lord Saye and Sele, the detested Lord Treasurer, cut his head off in Cheapside and paraded it through the streets on a pole.
Son of Lord Burghley, Lord Treasurer of Queen Elizabeth, he joined the Privy Council as its youngest member aged twenty-eight, in July 1591, became Principal Secretary in 1596 and Master of the Court of Wards in 1599.
the memorie of the late Lord Treasurer growes dayly worse and worse and more libells come as yt were continually .
The spectacle of a wealthy Lord Treasurer pressing for parliamentary subsidies inevitably provoked accusations of hypocrisy.