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With over 25 years’ experience in advising, executing and managing liquidity strategies, our specialist liquidity portfolio managers focus on active risk management, using the extensive expertise of our global credit research team.

One of the key investment objectives of money market funds is to provide preservation of principal by investing in a diversified portfolio of high-quality, short-dated money market instruments.

A truly global approach to liquidity and cash management solutions

Currently we manage liquidity solutions across 10 currencies to suit your needs.

Highest underlying credit quality

  • All investments have a credit ratings of at least A-1/P-1 equivalent1 from Standard & Poor’s or Moody’s or a recognized credit rating agency at the time of purchase

Experienced, dedicated teams for liquidity

  • In-house credit research teams located in 10 locations worldwide with local market expertise
  • Distinctive credit approval and limit setting process underpinning permissible investments

1. A-1 rated instruments maturing in five business days or less are counted towards the A-1+ percentage, as historical default rates on A-1 paper maturing within five business days are similar to the default rates of A-1+ issuers.

Risk Warning

The value of investments and any income from them can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested. The value of the underlying assets is strongly affected by interest rate fluctuations and by changes in the credit ratings of the underlying issuer of the assets.