A key takeaway from 2020 is that cash managers need to be more pro-active. In a post-pandemic environment, that will remain true amid a need to balance caution with pursuing opportunities for growth. Read our latest global cash management research and see how cash managers are prioritizing needs and allocations in 2021.
Money Market Funds
Standard VNAV Funds
Ultra-Short Bond Funds
Separately Managed Accounts
Sweep, Lending and Sub-Advised
With more than $387 billion across the full spectrum of cash solutions, we work with you to find the solutions to meet your Treasury needs. We consider requirements for duration, liquidity and quality to provide investment ideas to meet your specific objectives.
Dedicated, Experienced Teams
Our client service team is available to answer any questions you have and help you with the account set up process.
To directly purchase, trade or sell SSGA money market funds, you must first open an SSGA account. You may provide trade instructions by telephone, by fax, by email or online through a portal. If dealing by fax or by email, please ensure the appropriate dealing form is used for the share class. Please contact the Cash Client Service team if you have any questions.
Phone: +353-1853-8281 (a call back is conducted to a separate authorised account contact, as an additional security feature)
Fax: +353 1 523-3704
We believe cash management is an ongoing process and that a strong relationship with our clients is critical for success. To provide corporate treasurers and treasury staff with exceptional service, our global cash team draws upon:
Each senior member of our global cash investment team has an average of 20 years of experience and is solely focused on cash management.
Key areas of expertise include investment, credit research, risk management, compliance, trading and operations.
Typical asset types we cover include corporate notes, commercial paper, asst-backed securities, master notes, promissory notes, bank deposits and repurchase agreements.
Pia N McCusker
Global Head of Cash Management
Peter K Hajjar