The Missouri State Treasurer determines the amount of State funds not needed for current operating expenses and invests those funds. They are invested in:
- Interest-bearing time deposits in Missouri banks
- United States Treasury and federal agency securities
- Repurchase agreements
- Top-rated commercial paper
Safety is the Missouri State Treasurer's number one priority in the investment of the public's funds. The Missouri State Treasurer's investment specialists monitor major investment markets and work to maximize return on investments without compromising safety. As of September 1, 2021 the Missouri State Treasurer's Office has over $10 billion invested daily, earning the state millions of dollars in interest income each year.
Monthly Investment Holding Reports
The Missouri State Treasurer’s Investment Policy details how decisions are made regarding the State’s investments.
The Missouri State Treasurer places time deposits with approved Missouri financial institutions for maturities not to exceed five years. To learn more, visit The Missouri State Treasurer’s Time Deposits page.