Office of the Chief Financial Officer

We manage and oversee systemwide financial management.

The CFO division has oversight of financial and capital project management at the campuses, academic medical centers and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Areas of responsibility include budget analysis and planning, accounting and financial controls, risk management, capital markets financing, capital resource management, strategic sourcing, and external relationships with rating agencies, investment houses, banks, financial auditors and financial regulators.

Nathan Brostrom

Nathan Brostrom

Executive Vice President - Chief Financial Officer


Budget Analysis and Planning

Manages UC’s annual budget and conducts long range financial planning.

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Budgets & Reports
Fees & Enrollments

Capital Asset Strategies and Finance

Supports capital-raising activities systemwide.

Top Destinations
Buy UC Bonds
Capital Planning
Mortgage Origination Program (MOP)

Financial Accounting

Provides systemwide financial management, reporting, policy and procedures.

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Staff and units
Policies and guidance
Financial reports

Procurement Services

Develops and implements systemwide purchasing policies and strategies.

Top Destinations
Supplier information
Policies and forms
Agreements database
Central Travel Management

Risk Services

Enables university faculty, staff and students to identify and manage risk.

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Loss prevention and control
Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)
Reports and resources
Crisis management

Working Smarter

BrainFaced with diminishing state support, the UC community is working to build a sustainable financial model to carry the university forward.

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UC Path

students on stairs at UC RiversideUCPath will deploy a single payroll system and a single human resource system that meets the core needs of each campus and medical center while capturing the efficiencies, improved data and cost-savings of unified systems.

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Enterprise Risk Management

ERM LogoUCOP's ERM program helps the university achieve its goals by strategically managing risks inherent to higher educational institutions.

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