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Treasurer Search Newsletter December 2017

Be careful what you wish for…. A few weeks ago we had time for a few extra assignments in our portfolio. Sinterklaas left, Santa Claus will arrive shortly but we did not have time to finish our pepernoten. See our recent assignments below. We leave 2017 with a bang and it seems, we start 2018 with another one. Hopefully soon with extra Treasurer Search team members. But first we will take time to spend with our loved ones, as we all hope you will too. Happy Christmas!

Guusje, Bianca, Monique, Heleen, Lionel, Merel & Pieter

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Treasury Jobs

We want to highlight the following assignments in our portfolio:

- Senior Cash Management Operations bij Fondsenorganisatie - Amsterdam
- Cash Management Specialist - Amsterdam
- Medior Cash Manager - Amsterdam
- Assistant Treasurer & Front Office – Build up situation - Limburg
- Team Leader Cash Management - Amsterdam
- Treasurer met Corporate Finance Focus - Amsterdam

- Interim Cash Manager  - Amsterdam
- Interim Projectmanager - Bank Implementation & Treasury  - Randstad

Survey treasury training and education

In cooperation with the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and treasuryXL we have created a survey on treasury training and education. In this survey we focus on what is essential for potential students. What content, investment in time & money, with or without degree, etcetera? Do students need the education to do a proper treasury job, to improve their labour market position or do they have other reasons?
View the results

The Current-Salary-Question

Lately there has been a lot of talk about the current-salary-question. Is your future employer allowed to ask you what your current package is? Do you want to answer if he/she asks? In the US, legislation has been made that forbids employers asking this question. We all know that there is a difference between what the law says and what happens in reality. I only have to mention recent research about age and other discrimination in the labour market.
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treasuryXL presents: Who to choose: a generalist or a specialist?

By Olivier Werlingshoff - Flex Treasurer

During the last few months this question has been on top of my mind. Is it better to specialize yourself and start a specific study? First, we need to look at the definitions of both; a specialist is a person who is highly skilled in a specific and restricted field. A generalist is a person who is competent in several different fields or activities.
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