Treasury teams' top priorities for 2023 are enhancing liquidity management, improving cash forecasting capabilities, and optimizing the organization's capital structure. But some of the key mandates that CFOs are setting for their treasury groups are less focused on the nuts and bolts of treasury operations. Among the top six treasury team mandates for next year are: be a value-added partner to the CFO; be a strategic adviser to the business; and create a scalable corporate treasury to support the organization's growth.

These are some of the findings of Deloitte's "2022 Global Treasury Survey," released in November. The survey polled 245 treasury professionals throughout North America, Asia-Pacific, and Europe, almost half of whom (44 percent) come from companies with US$10 billion or more in annual revenue.

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