Welcome to UBC Treasury
UBC Treasury is a dynamic department with responsibilities that go beyond the scope of a traditional treasury department. Under the traditional treasury umbrella, UBC Treasury focuses on the guardianship of financial assets, debt issuance and the re-lending of working capital to UBC departments and faculties. Beyond the traditional, responsibilities include contracts and leases management, faculty housing assistance program administration, internal liquor license administration, and the maintenance of the University’s institutional memory. UBC Treasury is a system-wide function that provides support to the Vancouver, Okanagan, Robson Square and Great Northern Way campuses.
With recent changes in reporting lines, Risk & Insurance Management now reports to the office of the Chief Risk Officer, though there continues to be a strong link to Treasury.
Vision & Mission
Vision – The University’s indispensable partner and thought-leader for the fulfillment of UBC’s fiscal sustainability and financial viability.
Mission – To safeguard and leverage UBC’s multi-billion dollar asset base, to manage liabilities and risk exposure, and to steward the optimization of revenues and expenses, in alignment with the University’s Strategic Plan.