The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer shall be the chief administrative support and financial officer of the University under the President with responsibility for directing business, financial and informational services in support of academic programs. The Chief Financial Officer also shall be responsible for directing other nonacademic affairs of the University and shall have such other responsibilities as may be assigned by the President from time to time.
- The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer shall have custody and control of the University’s funds, securities, real estate, deeds and other documents of title or obligation and shall arrange for the proper safekeeping thereof.
- The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer is authorized to execute in the name of Cornell University deeds, contracts and other instruments in writing as authorized by these Bylaws or by action of the Board of Trustees, and may attach thereto the University’s corporate seal.
- The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer shall be responsible for the proper administration of the University’s interests in any inter vivos or testamentary estate in consultation with the University Counsel.
- The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer shall have general responsibility for the maintenance of financial records of the University.
- Upon the recommendation of the President, the Executive Committee shall authorize the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer to delegate a portion of the duties and powers set forth above to the University Controller, University Treasurer, or other appropriate administrator.
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