SS SB 58, 2015 (Repealed Section - as Truly Agreed)
[30.959. 1. The principal office of the investment
trust shall be in Jefferson City. The investment trust shall
have a seal bearing the inscription "Missouri Investment
Trust", which shall be in the custody of the state treasurer.
The courts of this state shall take judicial notice of the
seal and all copies of records, books, and written instruments
which are kept in the office of the investment trust and
are certified by the state treasurer under the seal shall
be proved or admitted in any court or proceeding as provided
by section 109.130.
2. The board of trustees of the investment trust shall keep a complete record of all its proceedings which shall be open to the public in accordance with the provisions of chapter 610.
3. The board of trustees shall annually prepare and have available as public information a comprehensive annual financial report showing the financial status of the investment trust as of the end of the trust's fiscal year. The report shall contain, but not be limited to, detailed financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles for trust funds, a detailed listing of the investments, showing both cost and market value, held by the investment trust as of the date of the report together with a detailed statement of the annual rates of investment return from all assets and from each type of investment, a detailed list of investments acquired and disposed of during the fiscal year, a listing of the investment trust's board of trustees and responsible administrative staff, a detailed list of administrative expenses of the investment trust including all fees paid for professional services, a detailed list of brokerage commissions paid, and such other data as the board shall deem necessary or desirable for a proper understanding of the condition of the investment trust. In the event the investment trust is unable to comply with any of the disclosure requirements outlined above, a detailed statement shall be included in the report as to the reason for such noncompliance. A copy of the comprehensive annual financial report as outlined above shall be forwarded within six months of the end of the investment trust's fiscal year to the governor of Missouri.
4. The state auditor shall conduct an annual audit of the records and accounts of the investment trust and shall report the findings to the board of trustees and the governor.]