Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The Treasurer is responsible for cash management and investment of more than $300 million daily; banking relationships; debt management (issuance of notes and bonds); and trust fund management. In addition to supervising a 24 member office carrying out the functions of a corporate treasurer's office, the State Treasurer is also statutorily appointed to numerous boards and committees including the following:
New Hampshire Municipal Bond Bank
, Board of Trust Company Incorporation,
Nuclear Decommissioning Financing Committee
New Hampshire Retirement System
Business Finance Authority
New Hampshire College Tuition Savings Plan Advisory Commission
New Hampshire School Building Authority
, Deferred Compensation Commission,
Cannon Mountain Advisory Commission, and the Public Deposit Investment Pool.
The State Treasurer also is Administrator of the State Revolving Fund Program for Pollution Control and the
Seabrook Nuclear Decommissioning Trust.