A treasurer or state treasurer may, with the approval of the commission, establish a demand deposit account with an out-of-state bank or an alien bank. Prior to establishing such account, a treasurer or state treasurer shall submit, in writing, for review by the commission, the following information: (1) Detailed information setting forth the justification for such account, projected cash flows, and other benefits which will accrue to the public entity through the establishment of such account; (2) period of time such account will be in use; (3) reasons such account cannot be established with a public depositary; (4) name and location of financial institution or alien bank and name and telephone number of contact person at financial institution or alien bank; (5) extent of deposit insurance provided by financial institution or alien bank; (6) most recent fiscal year end and quarterly financial report, if any, provided to regulatory agency and/or shareholders by financial institution or alien bank; (7) proposed method of ensuring safety of deposits if not fully covered by deposit insurance, and (8) such other information as the commission reasonably may require.
The account shall not be established until it shall have been authorized by a resolution of the commission or action authorized by the chair, setting forth the terms and conditions for such account. A copy of such resolution will be forwarded to the public entity and the state auditor.
Accounts authorized under this section are not considered to be protected against loss by the Public Deposit Protection Act.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 39.58 RCW and RCW 39.58.040. 09-16-010, § 389-12-140, filed 7/23/09, effective 8/23/09; 99-20-082, § 389-12-140, filed 10/5/99, effective 11/5/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 39.58.040. 86-14-005 (Order 86-I, Resolution No. 86-003), § 389-12-140, filed 6/19/86.]