Saving for a rainy day makes good fiscal sense | Stacy Garrity

BY: - June 5, 2022

Being responsible isn’t flashy, and it rarely grabs headlines. But we know exactly what lies ahead.

Pa. Treasury to auction unclaimed property this week

BY: - March 22, 2022

“Our goal is always to return unclaimed property to the rightful owners,' state Treasurer Stacy Garrity said.

Torsella back on PSERS board amid internal and external investigations

BY: - April 20, 2021

In a unanimous vote, the Pennsylvania state Senate voted to send former state Treasurer Joe Torsella back to the state’s teachers pension board. He’ll now rejoin the 15-member board that oversees Pennsylvania’s Public School Employees Retirement System, which manages $64 billion in investments to make current and future retirement payments to more than 600,000 teachers, janitors, […]

Election results update: Torsella concedes treasury seat to Garrity

BY: - November 10, 2020

In addition to being known for running one of the state government’s most humorous social media accounts, Torsella was known for divesting from Wall Street firms and his tough stance on private equity running Pennsylvania’s pension fund. 

Seeking a second term, Pa. Treasurer Joe Torsella says he wants to rebuild faith in public institutions

BY: - October 18, 2020

Rebuilding a sense of community is what guides his decision-making in watching over the commonwealth’s money, Torsella says.