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What are the salary expectations for a new graduate going into treasury?

2022-09-05T11:08:35+01:00September 5th, 2022|

Q: Hussam Ali A: Mike Richards It varies widely across the different markets. But an interesting thing I think is, once you get into treasury it's highly valued and you are a valued member of staff. But actually, you can prove your worth quite rapidly as well. We've talked a bit about supply and demand, [...]

How to start out in Corporate Treasury as a Graduate – Q&A

2022-09-05T11:04:28+01:00September 5th, 2022|

Guillaume Jouvencel:We hear a lot about finance, banking and consulting in finance but with treasury it’s a bit more niche.So, how do you go about starting a career in treasury as a young graduate from Business School?Mike Richards:I think the first way is to try and find out about treasury. When I started in treasury [...]

Is remote working in Treasury management here to stay

2022-09-05T10:31:25+01:00July 7th, 2022|

Rewind two- and a-bit years to March 2020 and the pandemic forced everyone in Treasury and finance to pick up their belongings, vacate the office and start working remotely from home. There has been a steady return to the office since restrictions have lifted, with many treasury departments adopting a hybrid policy that allows [...]

Will Treasury Teams “Work-From-Home” Forever More?

2022-03-15T13:18:26+00:00January 15th, 2021|

In a nearly “post-lockdown” world I am constantly being told that WFH / remote working means there is no reason why Corporate Treasury departments need to recruit an individual who is geographically close to the office / headquarters. So, is this really the case? Well, it is a bit… I have seen this happening in [...]

The critical skills and personal qualities you need for future success in treasury

2022-07-07T09:37:34+01:00August 5th, 2020|

The role of treasury has become increasingly demanding over recent years, with the rise of globalisation, the onslaught of new treasury technologies, the pressures of regulations and compliance, and not to mention the more strategic role treasury is now playing in boardrooms around the world. BUT what does this mean for you on a day-to-day [...]

Crafting a strong treasury CV

2021-12-23T15:13:48+00:00May 13th, 2020|

Some enlightening facts and figures to start us off……… when it comes to CVs and getting yours noticed by a potential employer. Updated figures say that recruiters spend on average 5-7 seconds looking at a CV…. First applications are received 200 seconds after a job is posted One spelling or grammar mistake and your [...]