Chancellor of the Exchequer
About the Office:
The Exchequer was, and in some cases still is a part of the governments of England including Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland (present day United Kingdom) that was responsible for the management and collection of revenues. Over time the various Exchequers have also developed judicial roles. The term exchequer also refers to the table used in the medieval period for monetary calculations.
In the S.C.A. the Chancellor of the Exchequer is responsible for maintaining the financial records of the local group, supervising the finances of the group, and assembling financial reports and submitting them to the Kingdom Chancellor of the Exchequer in a timely fashion.