University of Minnesota  Appendix

Available Treasury Management Services


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Please use the contact section in the governing policy.

The Treasury Management Services policy covers the following types of treasury management services:

  • Armored courier service
  • Bank supply orders:
    • Tamper proof deposit bags
    • Check deposit scanners
    • Endorsement stamps
    • Check orders
  • Brokerage services and investments
    • Money market accounts
    • Mutual fund accounts
    • Exchange traded funds (ETF)
    • Equity and fixed income securities
    • Certificates of deposit
  • Change funds
  • Checking and savings accounts at financial institutions (e.g. banks, credit unions, savings & loans, etc.)
  • Custody services
  • E-Check services
  • Electronic fund transfer:
    • Automated Clearing House (ACH)
    • Wire (domestic or international)
  • Escrow services
  • Foreign currency purchases
  • Lines of credit
  • Lockbox services
  • Merchant card processing services (e.g. credit and debit card processing via point of sale or integrated into an online software application)
  • Remote capture deposit services (i.e. desktop deposit)
  • Stored-value cards
  • Vault cash services

Note:  Petty cash funds are considered a treasury management service.  Establishment and use of a petty cash fund is prohibited.  Payment for goods and services on behalf of the University are made via an approved payment method. The following payment methods are available to units:

  • Centralized check disbursement
  • Manual check disbursement via a legacy bank account (e.g. contingent or research subject payment account access)
  • Cash advance
  • Stored-value card
  • Procurement card
  • Travel card
  • Centralized ACH (Automated Clearing House) disbursement
  • International wire or draft in United States Dollar or foreign currency