In partnership with Invesco, Cavu Securities, a minority and veteran owned firm, is offering three exclusive money market portfolios: Invesco Treasury Portfolio, Invesco Government & Agency Portfolio, and Invesco Liquid Assets Portfolio.
Invesco’s expertise in cash management
An integrated team approach
A two-step process for research and allocation
For 40 years, Invesco Global Liquidity has focused on preservation of principal and liquidity, while seeking to deliver a competitive return. Through a disciplined investment approach and repeatable, time-tested processes, they have managed client portfolios through multiple cycles and credit events over the past four decades.
Working in close collaboration with Invesco Fixed Income’s (IFI) Investment Strategy team, Invesco’s Global Liquidity portfolio management team integrates top-down macro positioning and bottom-up credit research to position allocations across their fixed income platform. First, the team leverages macroeconomic and credit sector views to establish duration, curve positioning, sector allocations, and risk positioning. Next, they overlay critical bottom-up factors into the portfolio management process, including liquidity assessment, supply factors, diversification, and valuations. The end result is a range of high-quality cash management solutions designed to meet the evolving needs of the liquidity market.
The Fund seeks to provide current income consistent with the preservation of capital and liquidity by primarily investing in short-term, high-credit-quality money market instruments that are direct obligations of the U.S. Treasury and repurchase agreements backed by Treasury obligations.
The Fund seeks to provide current income consistent with the preservation of capital and liquidity by primarily investing in short- term, high-credit-quality money market instruments, including direct obligations of the U.S. Treasury and other securities issued or guaranteed as to principal and interest by the U.S. Government or by its agencies or instrumentalities, as well as repurchase agreements secured by such obligations.
The Fund seeks to provide current income consistent with the preservation of capital and liquidity by primarily investing in short-term, high-credit-quality U.S.-dollar-denominated obligations and primarily include commercial paper, certificates of deposits, master and promissory notes, municipal securities and repurchase agreements.