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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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Barangays that do not have competent SK treasurers request the punong barangay to allow the barangay treasurer to disburse the SK funds instead.
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Beth Musser, of Shelbyville, is seeking the office of County Treasurer. Musser is working in the Shelby County Treasurer's Office and has been since February 1, 1999.
Yet the survey revealed that banks' historical edge is eroding, as treasurers, especially in mature economy, no longer always see banks as the sole trusted advisor.
The leading industry body for bankers and treasurers has named Mr Boukadida Treasury Professional of the Year, acknowledging his leadership for developing and implementing new policies and procedures to drive greater cost efficiency across the airline group.
Matters relating to Up-gradation of post of Treasurers, hiring of firms for actuaries of pension requirement as per instructions of HEC were also discussed in the meeting.
The Universities treasurers and Directors Finance who attended the conference underlined the need of changing the funding formula as the existing formula does not cater to the pay increase announced by the government and continuously decreasing the share of some universities.
The activities of local officials, including treasurers and collectors, are governed by increasingly complicated state laws, rules and regulations.''
The full performance appraisal to be conducted by the Bureau of Local Government Finance will cover all provincial, city and municipal treasurers as well as assistant treasurers, the DOF said in a statement on Wednesday.
Treasurers are in an ideal position to critically evaluate and optimise a wide range of strategic uses of cash, ranging from financial options such as share buy-backs, to debt repayment or dividend increases, to operational alternatives such as capital expenditures, acquisitions or product development.
Clarity on this issue is helpful, because Oregon has had several secretaries of state (but no treasurers) who have served more than eight years in a 12-year period.
Corporate treasurers have a key role to play in managing risk and supporting corporate governance within their organisations.