With the Delta variant surging, Denver has issued new public health orders requiring pre-K through 12th-grade students to wear masks at school and requiring city employees and some private-sector workers in high-risk settings to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Cash, Risk and Capital Funding Division manages the cash position, oversees cash handling practices, coordinates commercial banking services, and invests the city's funds. We also oversee the issuance and administration process for city and its enterprises financials and special district/economic development related activities. The Division is responsible for the identification, analysis and management of the City's risk and exposure to loss related to the activities of the City and its department, agencies, and employees.
Independent Registered Municipal Advisor Exemption Letter
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Risk Management provides a system of risk and loss exposure identification and analysis designed to protect the City and County of Denver, its capital assets, property, and employees.
Capital Funding oversees the issuance of bonds, notes, certificates of participation, and other securities by the city.
Information for investors about the city's issuance and administration of the debt and other multi-year financial obligations.
Cash Handling manages the secure and efficient collection, deposit, disbursement, tracking, and reconciliation of funds. The City invests its funds to provide the highest investment return consistent with the preservation of principal and provision of the liquidity necessary for daily cash flow demands.