Treasury Pool Investments
Investments of all University funds except those not eligible for pooling. (See Non-Pool Investments)

Non-Pool Investments
Funds not eligible for pooling because of external or Regental restrictions such as endowments, bond reserves, and debt financed project funds.

Investment Roles

Assistant to the Treasurer

The Assistant to the Treasurer serves the University by developing and implementing policies for the Treasurer of the University related to investing, cash management, and banking. This position assures that University assets are safe and invested productively in accordance with policies and guidelines. The Assistant to the Treasurer interacts with financial professionals of the University and those in the business community.

Investment Advisory Committee

The Committee is required by Colorado statute to consist of the State Treasurer, the Treasurer of the University, a member of the Board of Regents, and two representatives of the financial community. The Committee makes recommendations to the Treasurer of the University on matters regarding investments.

Investment Policies:

Frequently Asked Investment Questions

Q: What percentage of the University's Treasury Pool investments are in equities?
A: During the year, the equity allocation varies between 37% and 43% of the total portfolio.

Q: How does the Treasury Pool achieve market exposure to equities?
A: We achieve market exposure through the use of commingled funds.

Q: What percentage of the Treasury Pool is managed in-house?
A: Currently less than 1% of the portfolio, is managed internally. These are fixed income securities.

Q: Do you have any investment style preferences?
A: When investing in domestic large cap equities, we use an index fund. Both value and growth styles are used in the University's domestic mid-cap , global, and international equity mutual funds. The Small-cap manager favors value.