Registration opens March 5.
Education Co-Sponsor: McCoy College of Business at Texas State University
The Conference of the County Investment Academy brings together investment officers, economists and other experts to discuss the leading influences on the economy and trends in investing. This training is open to all county officials and staff members who want to learn more about county investment operations. The annual conference features roundtable discussions by portfolio size to meet your investing needs. Join us for 15 hours of discussions on timely public-funds investing topics.
The McCoy College of Business at Texas State University is the education co-sponsor of the Conference of the County Investment Academy. There are no prerequisites to attend this program.
Fifteen hours of continuing education are approved for County Investment Academy members. CPAs, auditors, treasurers, clerks, commissioners and tax assessor-collectors may also earn credit toward mandatory continuing education requirements.
County Investment Academy
The County Investment Academy is a partnership between the Texas Association of Counties and the McCoy College of Business at Texas State University to work together in the planning of education programs for county officials and employees.
- Membership in the academy is acquired through completion of the Basics of County Investments Course or completion of a previous County Investment Officer (CIO) Level I course.
- Fifteen academy hours per calendar year are required to maintain membership, with five outside hours and five carryover hours allowed per year.
|Registration Type||Before May 17||After May 17|
|County Official or Employee||$250||$275|
|City, School or Special District||$305||$275|
|1-Day Registration, Tuesday, June 11 Only||$150||$150|
Please make checks payable to Texas Association of Counties.
Sponsors and Vendors
For information on sponsorship opportunities, please click here or contact Deanna Auert.
To ensure that our conference is ADA-accessible to all, please contact Deanna Auert or Amy Lawson at (800) 456-5974 if you need assistance.