News From the Treasurer
Gov. Cox names Kirt Slaugh acting state treasurerApril 27, 2021Slaugh will serve as interim treasurer until the Utah Republican Party’s Central Committee nominates three candidates and Gov. Cox selects a more permanent replacement from.
Utah Treasurer David Damschen resigns from office to succeed Utah Housing Corporation President and CEO Grant WhitakerApril 12, 2021Grant Whitaker retires after 42 years at Utah Housing Corporation. David Damschen to assume role of Utah Housing Corporation president and CEO on May.
Treasurer Damschen announces $52.1 million new lost property now online for claimApril 8, 2021Record-breaking $40.6 million in unclaimed property reunited with rightful owners in FY2020 SALT LAKE CITY – April 8, 2021 – Utah State Treasurer David.
About the Utah State Treasurer
More About Utah Office of State Treasurer
The Utah State Treasurer is a state-wide elected constitutional officer and serves Utah as part of its executive branch of state government. Serving a four-year term, the treasurer is the state’s chief financial officer and is responsible for the prudent financial management of billions of taxpayer dollars.
As the custodian of public funds and the “central bank for state agencies,” the treasurer is responsible for the state’s banking, cash and debt management, investment of public funds (including the $20 billion Public Treasurers’ Investment Fund), and the administration of the state’s Unclaimed Property Division.