Treasury Manager

Empowering your financial strategy with expert treasury management.


A Treasury Manager is a finance professional responsible for managing a company's treasury function which includes managing the company's cash flow, liquidity and risk. The role of a Treasury Manager is critical in ensuring the financial stability and success of a company. The manager deals in cash management that is considered as the primary responsibility in order to manage a company's cash flow. Moreover, this includes monitoring and analysing cash inflows and outflows, forecasting future cash needs as well as ensuring that the company has sufficient cash on hand to meet its obligations.

Another important function of a Treasury Manager is to manage the company's liquidity which refers to its ability to meet short-term obligations. Also, a Treasury Manager plays a critical role in ensuring the financial stability and success of a company. This role requires a deep understanding of financial markets, risk management techniques, banking relationships as well as strong analytical and communication skills.


For Bachelor’s

  • The candidates must ensure they are clearing 10+2 board level examinations by securing a minimum of 50% marks from any authorised education board. 
  • Moreover, the aspirants can enrol in a Bachelor’s degree program in the field of Finance or accounting to become a Treasury Manager. 

 For Masters

  • The graduates must pursue a Master's degree such as MBA in financial or accounting management to increase the chances of getting hired by top companies as well as banking organisations. 

Job Roles

Treasury Managers are responsible for managing a company's cash flow, liquidity and risk. The job roles of a Treasury Manager may vary depending on the organisation and its specific needs but generally include the following:

  • Cash Management
  • Liquidity Management
  • Risk Management
  • Banking Relationships
  • Financing
  • Reporting

Top Recruiters

Treasury Managers are in demand by a wide range of industries including finance, banking, manufacturing, healthcare, retail and technology. Some of the top recruiters of Treasury Managers include:

  • Investment Banks
  • Commercial Banks
  • Corporate Treasuries
  • Consulting Firms
  • Hedge Funds and Asset Management Firms
  • Insurance Companies
  • Government Agencies

Employment Sector

  • Financial Services
  • Corporate Treasury
  • Government
  • Consulting
  • Insurance
  • Non-profit organisations


The salary of a treasury manager can vary depending on factors such as the size of the company, location, industry, level of experience and education.


Level of Salary

Salary Package per Year

Starting Salary

Approx ₹6,00,000

Mid Level Salary

Approx ₹10,00,000 

Senior Level Salary

Approx ₹20, 00,000 


  • Financial analysis
  • Risk management
  • Cash management
  • Investment management
  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Technical skills
  • Strategic thinking


The career scope of a treasury manager is quite broad and diverse as they are in demand across various industries and sectors. Some of the most common career paths for treasury managers include:

  • Corporate treasury
  • Banking and finance
  • Consulting
  • Government
  • Non-profit organisations
  • Entrepreneurship

The career scope of a treasury manager is expanding along with the rise of financial technology (fintech) companies. Fintech companies are increasingly hiring treasury managers to manage their finances as well as investment portfolios.


  • Competitive salary
  • Job security
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • Exposure to a range of financial functions
  • Diverse job responsibilities
  • Opportunity to work in different industries
  • Influence on financial strategy


  • High levels of stress
  • Long hours
  • Need for continual education and training
  • Limited scope for creativity
  • High level of accountability
  • Need for strong technical skills