Texas Vernon’s Civil Statutes
Sec. § 4.06
Investment Custody Account or Master Trust Agreements


(a)

If the board contracts for investment management services as authorized by Section 4.07 of this article, it may, with respect to every such contract, also enter into an investment custody account agreement, designating one or more banks as custodian or master trustee for any assets of the fund.

(b)

Under a custody account or master trust agreement, the board shall require the designated bank to perform the duties and assume the responsibilities of a custodian in relation to the investment contract to which the custody account or master trust agreement is established.

(c)

The authority of the board to make a custody account or master trust agreement is supplementary to its authority to make an investment management contract. Allocation of assets to a custody account or master trust shall be coordinated by the executive director, as authorized by the board, and the bank designated as custodian or master trustee for the assets.

(d)

Any custody account or master trust agreement made by the board shall establish such compensation for the custodian or master trustee as may be determined by the board and as authorized by Section 4.01 of this article.
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