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Do you have bond proceeds that need to be invested, but you don’t know where to begin? Public Trust has put together five things to consider when investing bond proceeds as a starting point in your investment journey.
Great LGIP back office efficiency is the logical means to allow LGIP programs to enjoy lower operating costs, streamlined processing, and, most importantly, improved shareholder returns. Take a peek behind the curtain at the Public Trust LGIP Administration Services Platform and the value of improved LGIP back-office technology.
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Fraud has increasingly become a part of everyday life for individuals and businesses with the methods becoming more sophisticated each year. In fact, 63% of businesses said they experienced the same or more fraud losses in the past twelve months according to a 2018 Global Fraud Report by Experian. As such, Public Trust Advisors, LLC (Public Trust) has compiled the top five ways from industry experts to predict, prevent, and protect your organization from fraud.
We are pleased to feature a Q&A interview by Emmie Madison, Content Writer for Public Trust Advisors, LLC (Public Trust), with Portfolio Managers Neil Waud and Randy Palomba. We discussed their experience, the economic landscape, and managing local government funds.
Updating your investment policy can be a time consuming task. To help, Public Trust Advisors has put together fifteen recommendations that can be used as a checklist to revisit your investment policy today!
Cash flow analysis plays an important factor in the selection of investment options and serves as the basis for proper liquidity. From a few questions to ask to six steps to creating a cash flow analysis, Public Trust has you covered!
When it comes to determining the value of assets held within LGIP portfolios for reporting purposes, there are two common methods: mark-to-market and amortized cost. In this article, we examine which method we believe is better and why.
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