SISC GASB 45 Trust

Simple, cost effective with a prudentinvestor standard

SISC GASB 45 Trust

There are several competing GASB 45 programs available, but we believe the SISC Trust affords you a preferred way to address your agency’s impending financial impact. SISC has designed a program that is cost effective with minimal administrative requirements.

A single Trust Agreement, Trustee, Investment Policy and investment strategy for all members eliminates incurring these costs individually. Additionally, by adopting an irrevocable trust you will greatly reduce the audit disclosures required. The SISC GASB 45 Trust program will provide quarterly statements and annual audited financial statements that meet many of the reporting requirements for our member agencies.

Effective September 4, 2012 Union Bank will no longer serve as the Trustee for the SISC GASB 45 Trust. U. S. Bank and Union Bank have entered into an agreement for U. S. Bank to purchase Union Bank’s Trust Services division. U. S. Bank is the nation’s fifth largest bank. U. S. Bank will retain most of Union Bank’s staff that we currently work with, so there should be no disruption of services. Additionally, there will be no interruption in the services SISC provides to it’s GASB 45 Trust clients.

GASB: Governmental Accounting Standards Board
Demsey, Filliger & Associates

Inyo County Office of Education
Dan Munis, Deputy Superintendent
(760) 878-2428

Los Banos Unified School District
Don Laursen, Director of Fiscal Services
(209) 826-3801 Ext. 1017

North of River Sanitary District
LaRue Griffin, District Manager
(661) 399-6411

Our Philosophy – “Schools Helping Schools”

Our Goal is to provide the best coverage and service to our members while keeping costs affordable and stable.

SISC is a Joint Powers Authority administered by the Kern County Superintendent of Schools Office, Mary C. Barlow, Superintendent


2000 K Street Bakersfield, CA 93301