Treasury Analyst Jobs in Burbank, California

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Our client, a stable and fast-growing multi-national financial services company, is seeking an individual with accounting and / or treasury experience for the Corporate Treasury Department. This individual will be responsible for foreign currency hedging, liquidity and cash management, loan servicing, bank relationship management, generating or reviewing quarterly loan statements as well as other ...
Robert Half Sherman Oaks, CA
Salary $81,000.99 to $100,000.00 per year Description Prestigious Entertainment Company seeks a Treasury Analyst/Manager for its US operations headquartered in Los Angeles. The Treasury Analyst or Manager will oversee the US operations and assist with daily cash management, managing inter-company loans and interests, FX calculations, provide treasury support to the finance teams, etc. An entrep...
Treasury Analyst Midstream Energy Leader - VBA Management - Tulsa, OK Job Description: With locations across the United States, this Midstream Energy Company serves more than 42,000 commercial, manufacturing and industrial customers. The broad scope of services provided by this company include: Natural Gas Supply, Risk Management Services, Hedging and other Management Tools. Employees of this...

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Treasury Analyst

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$51,912.00 - $585,900.00
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