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How to Develop Competence in Treasury with George Terziev
Episode 18711th January 2022 • The Treasury Career Corner • Mike Richards
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In a field like treasury, competency is often more highly valued than useful, yet generic knowledge and skills.

It’s important to not only develop competencies that align with your organisation’s mission and values but to also build yourself as a treasury professional in your own right.

George Terziev, the VP Head of Group Treasury at Hitachi Energy, joined this episode of the Treasury Career Corner to discuss ways you can develop your competence in treasury. With 22 years transitioning through various financial and treasury roles with Dow, it’s safe to say that George is no newcomer to advancing in the field.

Headquartered in Zurich, Hitachi Energy is a global technology company that is at the forefront of sustainable energy. They provide a wide range of solutions and services for clients across the utility, industry and infrastructure sectors. With installed bases in over 140 countries, Hitachi employs over 38,000 people and generates a business volume of about $10 billion.

On the podcast we discussed…

  • The evolution of George’s career from financial risk to treasury
  • Why experience outside treasury is as important as specialisation
  • Why trust and competency are important in treasury
  • What George considers when assessing team members
  • Why George values continuous learning and education

You can connect with George on LinkedIn.

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