Additional reporting requirements for State Treasury
- • review
- • confidentiality
(1) In addition to the statement required by ORS 244.050 (Persons required to file statement of economic interest), the State Treasurer and any person listed under ORS 244.050 (Persons required to file statement of economic interest) (1)(r) and this subsection shall file quarterly at a time fixed by the State Treasurer a trading statement listing all stocks, bonds and other types of securities purchased or sold during the preceding quarter:
(a) Directors of the Cash Management Division and the Debt Management Division.
(b) Equities, fixed income, short term fund, real estate, equities real estate and commercial and mortgage real estate investment officers and assistant investment officers.
(c) Fixed income and short term fund investment analysts.
(2) The statement required by subsection (1) of this section shall be filed for review with the State Treasurer, the Attorney General and the Division of Audits of the office of the Secretary of State. The content of the statement is confidential.
(3) If the State Treasurer or the Deputy State Treasurer determines that a conflict of interest exists for an officer or employee, the State Treasurer shall subject the person to appropriate discipline, including dismissal or termination of the contract, or both, pursuant to rule. If the State Treasurer has cause to believe that a violation of this chapter has occurred, the State Treasurer shall file a complaint with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission under ORS 244.260 (Complaint and adjudicatory process).
(4) If the State Treasurer fails to act on an apparent conflict of interest under subsection (3) of this section or if the statement of the State Treasurer or the Deputy State Treasurer appears to contain a conflict of interest, the Director of the Division of Audits shall report the failure or apparent conflict to the Attorney General, who may file a complaint with the commission. [1993 c.743 §26; 2007 c.865 §29; 2011 c.68 §5; 2015 c.620 §10]
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