Difference between revisions of "Treasury"

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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Association of Corporate Treasurers]]
 
 
* [[Asset-liability management]]
 
* [[Asset-liability management]]
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* [[Association of Corporate Treasurers]]
 
* [[Business]]
 
* [[Business]]
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* [[Cash management]]
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* [[Corporate financial management]]
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* [[Corporate treasury]]
 
* [[Debt Management Office]]
 
* [[Debt Management Office]]
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* [[Funding]]
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* [[Guide to risk management]]
 
* [[Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs]]
 
* [[Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs]]
 
*[[HM Treasury]]
 
*[[HM Treasury]]
* [[Treasury securities]]
 
* [[Guide to risk management]]
 
* [[Funding]]
 
* [[Cash management]]
 
 
* [[Liquidity management]]
 
* [[Liquidity management]]
* [[Corporate financial management]]
 
* [[Corporate treasury]]
 
 
* [[Treasurer]]
 
* [[Treasurer]]
 
* [[Treasury management]]
 
* [[Treasury management]]
 
* [[Treasury risk]]
 
* [[Treasury risk]]
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* [[Treasury securities]]
  
 
[[Category:Treasury_operations]]
 
[[Category:Treasury_operations]]

Latest revision as of 21:58, 17 June 2020

1.

A corporate function concerned with financial risk management, funding, cash and liquidity management, and corporate financial management.

The individuals who work in this function are known as corporate treasurers.


2.

The internal function of a bank with responsibilities including funding, liquidity management, capital management and related regulatory compliance in these areas.


3.

The UK government department reporting to the Chancellor of the Exchequer which - among its other duties - is responsible for Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs.

Also known as HM Treasury.


4.

The US government department whose responsibilities include promoting the conditions that enable economic growth and stability in the US and abroad, strengthening national security by combating threats and protecting the integrity of the financial system, and managing the US government’s own finances and resources.


5.

Comparable government departments in other countries.


6.

A treasury security.


See also