Section 41-14-30

Deposit of funds in qualified public depositories; types of investments.

(a) The State Treasurer may deposit the money of the state in any available bank product in any bank or savings association that is a qualified public depository under Chapter 14A of this title and that has been designated as a state depositary according to law, so long as the bank or savings association agrees to pay interest on the money.

(b) The State Treasurer may invest so much of the funds as he or she may deem appropriate in bonds, notes, or treasury bills of the United States or in obligations of any agency or instrumentality of the United States of America, including but not limited to the Federal Land Bank, Federal Home Loan Bank, Federal National Mortgage Association, Federal Intermediate Credit Bank, banks for cooperatives, Resolution Trust Corporation, or any of its other agencies, or in any other obligations guaranteed as to principal and interest by the United States, or in money market mutual funds which invest solely in securities otherwise authorized in this section.

(c) Funds may also be invested in such obligations of the United States or its agencies under a repurchase agreement for a shorter time than the maturity date of the security itself.

(d) Funds may also be invested in commercial paper with the highest quality credit rating at the time of purchase and in banker's acceptances.

(Acts 1967, No. 3, p. 336, §1; Acts 1977, 1st Ex. Sess., No. 45, p. 1460; Acts 1992, No. 92-169, p. 279, §1; Act 2000-748, p. 1669, §2; Act 2012-208, p. 348, §1.)