The Illinois State Treasurer, Mike Frerichs, has been elected as President of the National Association of State Treasures, a bi-partisan group made up of Treasures, Comptrollers, and State Auditors. Frerichs was first elected as the Illinois State Treasurer in November of 2014 and has successfully held the position through two elections.
Frerichs is a frequent guest on the Miller Media Groups, WTIM Morning Show, and has advocated for programs such as college savings funds, retirement, disability, and unclaimed property.
Treasure Frerichs says he is honored to be leading this group.
Frerichs expands on his focus and goals as the President of the National Association of State Treasures, staying consistent with the plans he has been advocating for since taking office.
The State Treasure has been dedicated to returning money to the citizens of Illinois that belongs to them through unclaimed property and savings bonds.
With clear goals and constant efforts to reach important milestones, the citizens of Illinois can be confident that their funds are in good hands.