The Treasurer Test is an assessment that measures the technical knowledge in treasury and the personality profile of the candidate.
The 3 most common reasons why to use the Treasurer Test are:
Is the candidate suitable for the treasury vacancy? Over 50% of decision-makers in the recruitment of treasurers are not familiar with the treasurer discipline. The results of the Treasurer Test will give decision-makers a transparent and objective overview of the technical treasury skills and the personality profile of the candidate.
The Treasurer Test supports treasurers in visualizing their treasury skills and personality traits in comparison to their peer group. This input can be essential in shaping treasury careers. When multiple team members make the test, group dynamics can be better explained and managed.
Would I make a good Treasurer? The Treasurer Test can be useful for Students, Young Professionals and Career switchers who want to become a treasurer, since the results show where you are now, and where there is still need for improvement. Also for experienced treasurers who want to invest in treasury education, the Treasurer Test can help decide which program might be best suitable.
The Treasurer Test will take approximately 70 – 100 minutes to complete. It consists of two parts:
Technical Treasury Knowledge.
This part is build out of multiple-choice questions that measure knowledge in the following 4 functional areas:
– Cash management
– Risk management
– Corporate Finance & Funding
– Miscellaneous Treasury
Each area contains 30 questions with a time limit of 10 minutes.
Duration: 4 x 10 minutes.
This part comprises a personality assessment based on the “Big Five Theory”.
There is no right or wrong. This section consists of statements in which you must indicate whether or not this applies to you.
Total number of questions: 80
Duration: 30 – 60 minutes
After finishing the Treasurer Test the candidate will receive a report:
The result of the technical knowledge assessment is presented as an absolute, as well as being compared with the scores of a peer group with similar experience. The test gives insight in the treasury subjects in which the candidate distinguish, and reflect the points of interest.
The result of the Big Five personality assessment is benchmarked against a general population and candidates who have taken the test. The test gives a better understanding of the natural inclination of the candidate towards particular personality traits.
You can download a dummy report of the Treasurer Test by clicking on the image on your right side.