The growth of a treasury career takes determination, and a supportive boss or mentor can help propel your career to new heights.
On this episode of The Treasury Career Corner, we are joined by Francisco De Barros, Assistant Treasurer at Ingersoll Rand.
Francisco explains how mentors and managers helped propel his career to new heights and why it’s important to push yourself and find growth opportunities in treasury.
Plus, he explores the differences between each of his roles, moving abroad and his views on technology in treasury.
Francisco is a seasoned treasury and finance professional with experience in trade finance, FX management, cash management and capital markets.
After interning at GE Money, Francisco began his career at Tyco International, starting as a Corporate Auditor before progressing to Treasury Manager of Global Liquidity. He later switched to an FP&A Management role before returning to treasury.
He joined AbbVie, working in multiple treasury roles until March 2021 when he moved to Assistant Treasurer at Ingersoll Rand.
On the podcast we discussed…
- Francisco’s first moves into finance
- Switching from treasury to FP&A and back
- How mentors helped push his career forward
- How treasury teams should use technology
- The differences between his treasury roles
- The importance of pushing yourself
- Looking for opportunities to grow
- Why mentorship is key to success
You can connect with Francisco De Barros on LinkedIn.
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