|Office of Treasury Services Policy and Procedure Manual
|Office of the Associate Vice President of Financial Operations and Controller
|Faculty, Staff, State, Public and Private Entities
|All University Campuses
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|Associate Vice President of Financial Operations and Controller
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Office of Treasury Services (“OTS”) serves as UConn’s public finance department, and professionally and prudently issues, invests and disburses UCONN 2000 bond funds, and also acts as the compliance department for UCONN 2000 and other tax-exempt debt pursuant to the rules and regulations of the Internal Revenue Service, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, State Law, and other entities. OTS’ clients include the University, the State Government, and Connecticut taxpayers. OTS strives to promote public confidence in the University’s Treasury Operations and the UCONN 2000 bonds through effective management of resources, high standards of professionalism and integrity, and skillfully acting on opportunity for the University’s debt programs in the public and private markets. These policies and procedures may apply to faculty, staff, and private entities and other on all University of Connecticut campuses. The policies and procedures listed below are not meant to be exhaustive.
Policies and Procedures
Debt Investment and Disbursements OTS actively manages the issuance of UCONN 2000 debt programs, including supplemental indenture authorization, bond issuance, disposition, bank account creation, deposits, investments and disbursements of UCONN 2000 debt proceeds totaling billions of dollars pursuant to the indentures, state law, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, the Securities and Exchange Commission and other regulatory requirements. For further information please visit:
Investment Responsibilities A major responsibility of OTS is to invest bond funds with the objective of realizing risk adjusted investment return, consistent with the legal, safety, liquidity, tax-exempt and indenture compliance; and other constraints. For further information please visit:
Indenture Compliance While compliance is ultimately the responsibility of Senior Management, OTS working with bond counsel and others, performs much of the UCONN 2000 debt program’s compliance function including compliance with the General Obligation and Special Obligation Indentures.
The Master Indentures are available on the following links:
Tax-Exempt Debt Compliance – Including Ongoing Ongoing Compliance responsibilities include overseeing the required IRS, SEC, Indenture and other compliance. OTS has been delegated the responsibility to make the Municipal Service Rulemaking Board disclosure filings, and performing the appropriate Electronic Municipal Market Access system filings pursuant to the MSRB and SEC rules and regulations. OTS works closely with the Office of the State Treasurer and bond counsel on disclosure. For further information please visit:
Other Connecticut General Statute Compliance Treasury Services works with the UConn and UConn Health’s Initiating Department, General Counsel, and the UConn Health, the Office of the State Treasurer, and Attorney General’s Office for the sales or leases of assets including land pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. 4-b 38(g) and the tax compliance of any UCONN tax-exempt debt (including lease financings), pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes 3-20d. For further information please visit:
- Policy on Uses of UConn 2000 Tax Exempt Debt Funded Assets by Non-UConn Entities, Including Non-Profits and U.S. Government, CGS 4b-38(g) Compliance