The Treasurer’s Global Cash Investment Resource Hub

The ultimate resource for the treasurer on the professional investment of corporate cash

Welcome to the Global Cash Investment Resource Hub

The broad view on investment management for the corporate treasurer

A comprehensive overview of the professional investment of corporate cash, aimed to help treasurers navigate the complexities of investment policy and decision-making, along with key insights and takeaways to help navigate market challenges, optimise liquidity and build stronger investment portfolios.

In numbers

$6tn
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industry with the US being the largest market
$4.4tn
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US domestic money market fund assets
$1tn
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international AAA-rated money market fund assets
$9bn
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total US and Europe domestic ESG money market fund assets
$235bn
$ 0 bn
total Chinese offshore RMB money market fund assets

Sources: iMoneyNet as at 30th June 2021; Wind, data as of 30 December 2021;
Converted into USD from RMB9,449bn; Fitch Ratings as at 30 June 2021.

Thought Leadership

From insights to actions, opinion leaders share their knowledge and know-how to help treasurers provide value for their business and embrace change

We aim to deliver all the latest insights on the professional investment of corporate cash. The hub will source and share expert intelligence to provide greater clarity on the complexities of developing and implementing an investment policy for the corporate treasurer.

Liquidity Spotlights

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AUSTRALIA

Treasury Resources

An introduction to money market funds

A money market fund (MMF) can be broadly defined as an investment fund whose objective is to provide investors with security of capital and daily liquidity. It seeks to achieve that objective by investing in a diversified portfolio of high-quality, low-duration money market instruments. The return on a MMF tends to follow short-term interest rates with a low level of volatility.

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Roundtables

The Treasurer’s Global Cash Investment Resource Hub Roundtables bring together field experts and corporate treasurers to engage in discussions on carefully curated topics in the investment space. Sharing insights, subject expertise and build relationships, the roundtables aim to help treasurers overcome challenges and capitalise on new opportunities.