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Treasury Operations


The Treasury Operations Office actively stewards and manages financial resources of the University. Key areas of responsibility include: working capital and the Internal Bank, the Century Bond program, external debt, and related accounting.

Working Capital and Internal Bank

  • Administers and manages the University’s internal loan program
  • Generates cash flow forecast and Internal Bank model
  • Manages the short-term investments/working capital
  • Oversees the JP Morgan banking relationship

Century Bond Program

  • Administers and manages the deferred maintenance and energy infrastructure internal loans
  • Generates Century Bond financial model and runs sensitivity analysis

External Debt

  • Assesses debt capacity and conducts affordability analysis
  • Coordinates new debt issuances
  • Ensures tax exempt bond compliance
  • Makes external debt service payments


  • Handles all other bond/debt accounting (e.g. interest accruals, premium/discount amortization)
  • Manages Century Bond accounting
  • Records quarterly internal principal and interest payments
  • Reconciles accounts