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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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Purisima has institutionalized the personnel performance standards, metrics, and appraisal system for treasurers and assistant treasurers in support of the DOF's mandate of supervising local government treasury operations.
Local treasurers and assistant treasurers serve constituents better in a resultsoriented performance culture.
Treasurers are well aware of the significant challenges present with their own systems upgrades or conversions, such as migrating to a new treasury workstation.
In this study's sample of 203 California cities between 1995 and 2006, for example, it is relatively easy to see that cities with elected treasurers paid 15 percent more to borrow money than cities with appointed treasurers.
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Clean technology investing is smart money for the long term," said Randall Edwards, Oregon State Treasurer.
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The dual perspective of the treasurer and controller is required in order to secure optimal balance sheet benefits.
Trema was nominated for its Richmond Suite product, by leaders in the treasury management space, which included members of EACT and other corporate treasurers in 52 countries.
Also, he'd like to interact with other FEI committees, perhaps with the Committee on Corporate Reporting (CCR), since some things treasurers do overlap with the reporting function.
NEW YORK -- Russell Reynolds Associates, the global executive recruiting and assessment firm, conducted a study in the first quarter of 2005 that analyzed the rate of change in 2004 from 2003 in the ranks of three principal financial officers of Fortune 500 companies, namely Chief Financial Officer, Controller and Treasurer.