WACs > Title 210 > Chapter 210-10 > Section 210-10-070
Agency filings affecting this section
(1) Withdrawal procedures for the money market fund:
Each pool participant shall file with the state treasurer a letter designating the financial institution at which funds withdrawn from the money market fund shall be deposited. This letter shall contain the name of the financial institution, the location of the financial institution, the account name, and the account number to which funds will be deposited. This letter shall be signed by local officials authorized to receive and disburse funds, as described in WAC 210-10-020. Disbursements from the subpool will be effected by electronic funds transfer. Failure by the state treasurer to wire funds to a pool participant after proper notification to the state treasurer to disburse funds to a pool participant may result in a bank overdraft in the pool participant's bank account. The state treasurer will reimburse a pool participant for such bank overdraft penalties charged to the pool participant's bank account.
In order to withdraw funds from the money market fund, a pool participant must notify the state treasurer of any withdrawal over one million dollars no later than 9 a.m. on the same day the withdrawal is made. Withdrawals for one million dollars or less can be requested at any time prior to 10 a.m. on the day of withdrawal.
For all other withdrawals from the money market fund over one million dollars that are requested prior to 10 a.m., a pool participant may receive such withdrawal on the same day it is requested at the sole discretion of the state treasurer.
Withdrawal requests with respect to the money market fund received in good order will receive the net asset value per unit of the money market fund next determined after the order is accepted by the state treasurer.
(2) Withdrawal procedures for the extended asset fund.
Withdrawal orders will be accepted on a quarterly basis and must be received two business days prior to the intended withdrawal date. Withdrawals will occur on the 10th calendar day of the months so designated in the prospectus. If the 10th is not a business day, the withdrawal will occur on the following business day. Other withdrawals may be permitted due to necessity, if the governing body of a pool participant sets forth, by resolution or other appropriate official action, that a withdrawal is necessary to meet the cash flow needs of the pool participant.
Withdrawals from the extended asset fund will be effected by way of a corresponding contribution into the pool participant's specified money market fund account. On the withdrawal date, shares will be sold from the specified extended asset fund account at the net asset value determined as of the next business day after the order acceptance date. Shares of the money market fund will be purchased using the money market fund's net asset value determined as of the next business day after the order acceptance date.
Pool participants must notify the state treasurer of any withdrawal two business days prior to a permitted withdrawal date no later than the time on that day specified in the prospectus. The state treasurer may allow withdrawals with less than the required notice in its sole discretion.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.250.060. WSR 13-03-043, Â§ 210-10-070, filed 1/9/13, effective 2/9/13.]