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treasurer in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtreasurertrea‧sur‧er /ˈtreʒərə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BOSSOsomeone who is officially responsible for the money for an organization, club, political party etc
Examples from the Corpus
treasurerTheir family had founded the bank, and Wilfred and Mark, when still in their twenties, became president and treasurer.The account is aimed at club treasurers, charities and companies.Kempe was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1881 and its treasurer in 1898.Warnock had admitted stealing the money over a two-year period while she was the toy library's treasurer.In 1990, she ran for California state treasurer, barely losing in the Republican primary.Lord McAlpine, the former Tory treasurer, was holding a party at his house in Westminster.