(a) In the administration of the Consolidated Fund continued by this article, the
(1) Purchase, retain, hold, transfer and exchange and sell, at public or private sale,
the whole or any part of the Fund or pools upon any terms and conditions it considers
(2) Invest and reinvest the fund and pools or any part thereof in fixed income securities
as provided in this article;
(3) Carry the securities and other property held in trust either in the name of the
Board or in the name of its nominee;
(4) Vote, in person or by proxy, all securities held; join in or dissent from and
oppose the reorganization, recapitalization, consolidation, merger, liquidation or
sale of corporations or property; exchange securities for other securities issued
in connection with or resulting from any transaction; pay any assessment or expense
which the Board considers advisable for the protection of its interest as holder of
the securities; exercise any option appurtenant to any securities for the conversion
of any securities into other securities; and exercise or sell any rights issued upon
or with respect to the securities of any corporation, all upon terms the Board considers
(5) Prosecute, defend, compromise, arbitrate or otherwise adjust or settle claims
in favor of or against the board or a director;
(6) Employ and pay from the Fund any investment advisors, brokers, counsel, managers
and any other assistants and agents the Board considers advisable;
(7) Develop, implement and modify an asset allocation plan and investment policy for
each fund or pool; and
(8) Create a local government investment pool, a program to purchase certificates
of deposit from West Virginia financial institutions that are state depositories and
any funds, pools or participant accounts needed.
(b) All income and earnings are free from anticipation, alienation, assignment or
pledge by, and free from attachment, execution, appropriation or control by or on
behalf of, any and all creditors of any beneficiary by any proceeding at law, in equity,
in bankruptcy or insolvency.
(c) The Board shall render an annual accounting not more than one hundred twenty days
following the close of the fiscal year.
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