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Welcome to the website of the Georgia Office of State Treasurer (OST). We are the cash and investment manager for the State of Georgia, preserving both capital and public trust by managing Georgia's cash resources efficiently and conservatively. Last year, OST generated $21.9 million in interest for state and local governments. We recognize that the money we hold belongs to the taxpayers of Georgia, and we manage it with honesty, integrity, and the highest ethical standards until it is needed to be used in their interests.
Steve McCoy, State Treasurer
Recently, a new team member joined the Office of the State Treasurer (OST) as a Portfolio Manager. Jon Perregaux comes to OST with over 22 years of fixed income portfolio management to trading experience. He graduated from Becker College with a degree in Business.
The State Depository Board approved Governor Kemp's appointment of Steve McCoy as State Treasurer at an emergency board meeting this morning at 9:00 AM.
Steve McCoy previously served as State Treasurer from 2011-2019, and as the Director of the Office of Treasury & Fiscal Services (now the Office of the State Treasurer) from 1993-1997.
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