Corporate Treasury

Manages the firm’s liquidity, funding, capital and allocation of financial resources to align with the firm’s overall strategy

What We Do

Corporate Treasury plays a central role in the firm’s overall strategy with responsibility for providing appropriate funding to support all firmwide activity while maximizing net interest income. The division allocates financial resources, raises funding and capital to support firm activity, and dynamically manages the firm’s asset liability risk and liquidity portfolio.

Corporate Treasury actively engages in public markets and with businesses across the firm, investors, ratings agencies and regulators. The division is ideal for collaborative individuals with strong quantitative analysis skills, interest in portfolio management and a risk management mindset.

How We're Organized

Corporate Treasury is responsible for financial resource management and asset liability management to facilitate all firm activity at the lowest cost possible. Functional teams within Corporate Treasury focus on resource allocation, funding planning and origination, asset liability management, trading execution, liquidity projections, liquidity policies and platforms, regulatory engagement, and LIBOR transition. The division is run by the Global Treasurer and works closely with the Chief Financial Officer, each of the firm’s businesses, Controllers, Operations, and Investor Relations, among other groups at the firm.

 

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Who We Look For

Professionals in Corporate Treasury have an analytical mindset, exhibit intellectual curiosity and are from diverse academic backgrounds. We’re looking for candidates who will thrive in a dynamic environment where multitasking and time management skills are essential.

Working in the Corporate Treasury division, you will be exposed to securities division and banking initiatives, new business activities, and critical strategic programs Goldman Sachs pursues to maintain its leadership among global financial institutions. You should be an analytical thinker, comfortable working with numbers and driven to commercial outcomes. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are needed in order to work successfully with diverse internal and external stakeholders including businesses, external creditors and regulators.

"I’m able to interact with people at all levels of the firm, which helps me learn and improve.”

Associate, Corporate Treasury, Salt Lake City

We Invest in Our People

Learning

We created Goldman Sachs University to help our people grow professionally – starting with their orientation and integration into the firm and continuing with ongoing development over the course of their careers.

Development

From ongoing feedback to diverse talent programs, we’re committed to empowering our people to drive their own development and expand their horizons.

Apprenticeship

We emphasize an apprenticeship culture in which our junior team members learn by working closely with seasoned professionals. We believe this is critical to developing the next generation of Goldman Sachs leaders.