Treasurer Search Newsletter November 2018
When it rains, it pours! We knew these weeks our presence at the Treasury Fair of the DACT would lengthen our to-do list, as would the completion of the Treasurer Test. On top of this we saw the biggest wave of new interim and permanent assignments we ever had. This already resulted in the placement of the most senior interim manager so far, further placements and new assignments are pending. Meanwhile we were able to complete our company presentation, I invite you to take a look. Hopefully all this is an indicator of how great 2019 will be!
We want to highlight the following assignments in our portfolio:
- Corporate Finance Specialist (in Treasury Department) (m/f) - Amsterdam
- Treasury and Corporate Finance Manager (m/f) – Part-time - Amsterdam
- Treasury Reporting Employee (m/f) - Utrecht
- Treasury Adviseur Non Profit (m/v) - Midden Nederland
- Corporate Treasury Generalist (m/f) - Rotterdam Region
Treasurer Search, what happened in 2018?
By Pieter de Kiewit
The annual Treasury Fair of the DACT marks another birthday of Treasurer Search. We are entering our 10th year of existence. This is the moment to look back and of course forward. What were the remarkable events in 2018?
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Treasurer Test, you can be one of the last peer group members!
By Treasurer Search
We are one of the launching partners of the Treasurer Test. Key element of the test is the comparison with peer groups. Our role as launching partner is asking 100 relevant peer group members that will create the benchmark that future testees will be compared with. If you are interested, there are still a few places left!
Read more about it on our website!
Sanctions in loan agreements: a borrower's perspective
By Solusius Treasury Lawyers
In view of increased sanction legislation, intensified enforcement and huge potential fines, lenders insist more and more on stringent clauses to ensure compliance with sanction laws by borrowers. In this article we'll address sanction wording in loan agreements a borrower may be confronted with.
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