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Mastering Treasury Office Operations: A Practical Guide for the Back Office Professional (Market Editions (Financial Times/Prentice Hall).)

Mastering Treasury Office Operations: A Practical Guide for the Back Office Professional (Market Editions (Financial Times/Prentice Hall).) by Denis Nolan; Gordon Amos, ISBN: 9780273635796
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ISBN: 9780273635796
Publisher: Financal Times Management
Published: June 2001
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Links Australian Libraries (Trove)

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Mastering Treasury Office Operations: A Practical Guide for the Back Office Professional (Market Editions (Financial Times/Prentice Hall).)

The work carried out by treasury operations and settlements has evolved beyond almost all recognition over recent years. It has developed into a critical administrative area where the processing of all financial market and related transactions takes place. In the past, much of the knowledge and skills needed by back-office professionals could be learnt on the job. Today, the growing use of technology and new theoretical ideas have increased the need for the adoption of educational tools and techniques.

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