Treasurer Moore Announces Board of Treasury Investments Ends Use of BlackRock Investment Fund

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced the Board of Treasury Investments, which manages the state’s roughly $8 billion operating funds, will no longer use a BlackRock Inc. investment fund as part of its banking transactions. Continue reading

WV Treasurer Moore Urges Congress to Oppose Anti-Fossil Fuel Banking Legislation

State Treasurer Riley Moore today urged members of Congress to oppose any attempts to pass federal legislation that would require banks to end future investment in coal, oil and natural gas companies or projects. Continue reading

WV Treasurer Moore Leads 15-State Coalition to Push Back Against Bank Boycotts of Traditional Energy Industries

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced he has formed a 15-state coalition of state financial officers who have committed to scrutinize or potentially curtail future business with banks that adopt corporate policies to cut off financing for the coal, oil and natural gas industries. Continue reading

Treasurer Moore & National Coalition Urge U.S. Senate to Reject Radical Biden Banking Nominee

State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced he and a coalition of State Treasurers and financial officers are strongly urging the U.S. Senate to reject President Joe Biden’s radical Comptroller of the Currency nominee Saule Omarova, who has said she wants to ‘bankrupt’ the coal and natural gas industries and proposed to ‘end banking as we know it.’ Continue reading

Treasurer Moore, Arizona Treasurer Yee Encourage Senators Manchin, Sinema to Oppose Invasive Biden IRS Plan

West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore and Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee today encouraged U.S. Senators Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., to remain strong in opposition to President Joe Biden’s proposal to turn over citizens’ bank account data to the Internal Revenue Service. Continue reading

Treasurer Moore Joins Coalition of State Financial Officers to Oppose President Biden’s Intrusive IRS Reporting Requirements

State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced he has joined a coalition of 23 state Treasurers and financial officers to oppose President Joe Biden’s proposal to massively increase the amount of data on consumers’ personal bank accounts that is turned over to the federal government. Continue reading

Treasurer Moore Opposes Financial Transaction Tax

State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his opposition to any proposed financial transaction tax currently being discussed in Congress and urged West Virginia’s Congressional delegation to work to defeat any such plan if advanced in the budget process. Continue reading

Treasurer Moore Criticizes U.S. Treasury's Anti-Fossil Fuel International Bank Guidance

State Treasurer Riley Moore today criticized the U.S. Treasury’s new guidance for international multilateral development banks, which seeks to cut off investment in fossil fuel projects in countries around the world. Continue reading

Treasurer Moore Leads Coalition of 15 State Treasurers to Oppose John Kerry, Biden Administration Attacks on the Fossil Fuel Industry

West Virginia State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced he is leading a coalition of 15 State Treasurers against the Biden administration’s attempts to pressure banks and other large financial institutions into divesting from coal, oil and natural gas companies. Continue reading

Treasurer Moore, Delegate Kessinger Urge Passage Of Bill To Protect Israel From Anti-Semitic Financial Oppression

State Treasurer Riley Moore and House Assistant Majority Leader Kayla Kessinger, R-Fayette, today strongly encouraged the state Senate to pass House Bill 2933, which would ensure West Virginia’s public funds are not used by radicals involved in the anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions movement. Continue reading
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