Treasury eBook: Internal Controls for Treasury

Wed, May 20, 2020 @ 01:34 AM / by David Fellers

The main functions of treasury include cash and liquidity management, funding and capital management, and financial risk management. These functions are in many treasury environments handled through spreadsheets and manual processes. This creates significant risks and these risks need to be matched to the organization and the board’s objective.

Treasury departments handle a very substantial portion of the balance sheet. They’re managing the liquidity of the company, dealing with business units in many countries around the world.

In this eBook, we examine the risks and controls by each area/process of the Treasury Department.

Further this eBook covers;
  • Risk Management Framework and Policy
  • Cash Management Activities and Controls
  • Manual Treasury Infrastructure and Organization
  • Physical Security
  • Risk Management
  • Operations (Settlements) and
  • Reports


Internal Controls must be a key element in any responsible treasury strategy. Without close attention and a disciplined approach to implementing and enforcing internal controls, a company may be exposed to significant risks of loss that can jeopardize operations, financial performance, and even pose an existential threat to business viability.

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Topics: Treasury Management, Internal Control

David Fellers

David Fellers

Dave is CEO of Bramasol. After joining the company in 2007 as VP of Professional Services, he became CEO in 2011 and has led the company through record-setting growth and revenues highlighted by a successful re-focusing on serving the Office of the CFO. By building a deep and broad consulting practice that leverages our Comply, Optimize, Transform™ disciplines and a track record of co-innovation with SAP, Dave has positioned Bramasol as the go-to partner for clients that are looking to move into the Digital Solutions Economy and/or to leverage the Digital Transformation of finance using SAP S/4HANA.

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