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As Wall Street demands deeper knowledge about corporate financials and critical metrics, the person who serves as steward of a company’s relationship with analysts and investors had better be astute at understanding the organization’s cash position and risk guardrails.

When the steward is the investor relations officer (IRO), his or her primary responsibility is to frame the brand and story of the company. The role has historically focused more on communication skills than on accounting capabilities or experience providing strategic input. But as the chief intermediary between the company and the investment community, the IRO needs a firm grasp of all things treasury, from cash and investment management to capital structure optimization, credit, and risk management.

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