The Nebraska Liquid Asset Fund (“NLAF” or “the Fund”) was formed in 1988 to provide school districts and a range of other governmental units effective tools for meeting their cash flow and investment needs. NLAF also offers investors comprehensive investment management services, education and support.
Investments designed for Nebraska schools and other governmental units
NLAF is a professionally managed fund that enables Investors to pool their short term funds for common investment at money market rates. The Fund provides its Investors with an opportunity to maximize their income potential while maintaining safety, liquidity and yield as their primary investment objectives. NLAF is rated “AAAm”* by Standard and Poor’s (“S&P”).
Distinctive structure, specialized focus
NLAF is the state’s only investment program sponsored by the Nebraska Council of School Administrators (“NCSA”) and the Nebraska Association of School Boards (“NASB”).
NLAF is owned and operated by the Fund’s Investors, ensuring that the Fund remains focused on the particular needs of Nebraska’s schools and other governmental units.
The Fund’s Investors elect members of the Board of Trustees to govern NLAF – a Board that represents Investors of the Fund and representatives of NCSA and NASB.
The Board of Trustees is responsible for overall management of the Fund, including formulation and implementation of investment and operating policies.
The NLAF Board selects various professional organizations to provide services to the Fund.
For more information
To find out more about how NLAF can meet your needs, please call a Fund Representative at 877-667-3523.
*Standard & Poor's fund ratings are based on analysis of credit quality, market price exposure, and management. According to Standard & Poor's rating criteria, the AAAm rating signifies excellent safety of investment principal and a superior capacity to maintain a $1.00 per share net asset value. However, it should be understood that the rating is not a "market" rating nor a recommendation to buy, hold or sell the securities. For a full description on rating methodology, visit Standard & Poor's website (http://www.standardandpoors.com/en_US/web/guest/home).