2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 22 - Education
Financial Policies and Procedures
Article 41 - Public School Fund
§ 22-41-104. Lawful investments

CO Rev Stat § 22-41-104 (2016) What's This?

(1) The state treasurer, as directed by the public school fund investment board, may invest and reinvest moneys accrued or accruing to the public school fund in the types of deposits and investments authorized in sections 24-36-109, 24-36-112, and 24-36-113, C.R.S., and bonds issued by school districts. The moneys may also be invested in stocks and other financial assets as specified in the public school fund investment board investment policy established as required in section 22-41-102.5 (4) (b); except that investment includes only mutual funds, index funds, and any other instrument that is not a direct investment in a corporation.

(2) The state treasurer has authority, to be exercised at the state treasurer's discretion, to effect exchanges or sales whenever such exchanges or sales will not result in an aggregate loss of principal to the public school fund. An aggregate loss of principal to the public school fund occurs only when an exchange or sale that resulted in an initial loss of principal is not offset by a gain on an exchange or sale in the fund within twelve months.

(3) (Deleted by amendment, L. 97, p. 375, § 6, effective August 6, 1997.)

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