Oregon Statutes - Chapter 243 - Public Employee Rights and Benefits - Section 243.411 - Deferred Compensation Fund.

(1) The Deferred Compensation Fund is created, separate and distinct from the General Fund, for the purpose of holding and investing assets of the state deferred compensation plan and the assets of the deferred compensation plans of participating local governments. Interest and any other earnings of the Deferred Compensation Fund shall be credited to the fund. Moneys in the fund may be used only for the purposes of implementing and administering ORS 243.401 to 243.507.

(2) Subject to rules adopted by the Public Employees Retirement Board under ORS 243.470, the assets of the Deferred Compensation Fund may be commingled with the assets of the Public Employees Retirement Fund for investment purposes in a group trust or by other means.

(3) The limitations imposed on the use of the Deferred Compensation Fund by subsection (1) of this section do not affect any law of this state that authorizes the manner in which moneys in the fund may be invested. [1997 c.179 §3]

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