What does a Treasury Analyst do?

Treasury analysts manage a firm's budget in accordance with its financial objectives. They are responsible for the investment of funds and the evaluation of risk. They manage cash, put together capital raising plans, and sometimes act as a liaison for mergers and acquisitions.

Treasury analysts support the company's cash forecasting process and contribute to its global cash management strategy. They are responsible for the evaluation of new banking products and services and ensure accurate maintenance for bank accounts, valances, bank or treasury systems, and any bank cost information the corporation means. They contribute to a company‘s financial success by ensuring efficient banking structures support global operations. They are key to a company understanding a company's assurance they can remain in operation. Treasury analysts need a bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, business, or another related field. Some receive certification as a voluntary certified treasury professional.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
22%
2 - 4
55%
5 - 7
10%
8+
13%

Common Skill Sets

Excellent Communication
Microsoft Office Suite
Microsoft EXCEL
Powerpoint
Degree IN Finance
Audit
English
Written Communication

Treasury Analyst Seniority Levels

Financial Analyst
16% made the transition
Financial Consultant
5% made the transition
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Treasury Analyst Salaries

Average Base Pay

£40,140 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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£26K
Median: £40K
£63K
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