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Formalizes the connection between the university’s strategic plan and the issuance of debt including coordinating debt management decisions with asset management decisions to optimize the overall funding and portfolio management strategies.
One of the objectives of the Internal Bank is to facilitate the long-term financial stability of the university through effective asset liability management.
Focuses on meeting financial cash needs during the operating cycle (sources and uses limited to five years).
Provides guidelines for suitable investments while maximizing the efficiency of the university’s cash management program. Operating assets are invested in the Public University Fund (PUF) managed by the Oregon State Treasury and governed by the Public University Fund Investment Policy. Endowment assets are managed by the Oregon State University Foundation (OSUF) governed by the Oregon State University Fund Management Agreement and Board-approved OSUF Endowment Fund & Pooled Investment Policy.
The university monitors five financial metrics to assist the Board in evaluating debt capacity and affordability, as described below.
As of October 8, 2021, the university monitors five financial metrics to assist the Board and stakeholders in evaluating the financial and operational performance outcomes, as follows:
The defined peer group for OSU is made up of universities that meet specific criteria:
Peer Group List (as of Oct. 2021)