Oregon State Treasury offers intermediate-term investment options to Government entities, when they
have funds that they do not need to use immediately, and depending on the type of entity.
a. The Oregon Local Government Intermediate Fund (OLGIF) for local governments, and
b. The Oregon Intermediate Term Pool (OITP) for State of Oregon agencies.
For Local Government: Oregon Local Government Intermediate Fund (OLGIF)
The Oregon Local Government Intermediate Fund (“OLGIF” or “Fund”) provides qualified local government participants with a vehicle to invest assets over an intermediate time horizon (three to five years). OLGIF is not appropriate for assets needed to cover short-term needs (less than one year). OLIGF is not structured to provide 100% net asset value (“NAV”) at all times on participant investments. Participants may experience losses on OLGIF investments due to changes in market conditions. Assets invested in OLGIF should be able to withstand greater price volatility to achieve the level of returns typically associated with longer-term investments.
OLGIF is actively managed to maintain a diversified portfolio of investment grade bond investments. Based on historical market performance, it is anticipated that the returns generated over extended periods will be greater in OLGIF than in shorter maturity vehicles such as the Oregon Short Term Fund (“OSTF”). The investment objective of OLGIF is to achieve a total return (i.e., principal and income) greater than the Barclays 1-5 Year U.S. Government/Credit Index (“Benchmark”).
OLGIF Application Forms
Annual Audit Statements
OLGIF Fund Facts
For State Agencies: Oregon Intermediate Term Pool (OITP)
The Oregon Intermediate Term Pool (OITP) for Oregon state agencies provides qualified participants with a vehicle to invest funds over a long-term investment horizon. The investment objective of OITP is to maximize total return (i.e., principal and income) within stipulated risk parameters. OITP is not appropriate for funds needed to cover short-term (Less than 1 year) needs. OITP is not structured to provide 100% net asset value (NAV) on each participant’s initial investment therein. Accordingly, OITP participants may experience gains or losses on their OITP investments due to changes in market conditions. Funds invested in OITP should able to withstand greater price volatility to achieve returns often associated with longer-term investments
The Oregon Intermediate Term Pool is actively managed to maintain a short duration through a diversified portfolio of investment grade quality fixed income investments as prescribed in the portfolio guidelines. Based upon historical market performance, it is anticipated that returns over extended periods will be greater in OITP than in shorter maturity alternatives such as the Oregon Short Term Fund (OSTF).
A state agency may qualify to invest in OITP if it meets the requirements
listed below*. Confirmation of completion of each requirement should be
provided to Treasury investment staff at OITP@ost.state.or.us.
a. The investor must be a "State Agency" as defined in Oregon law, OITP is an eligible investment for the agency’s surplus funds per
ORS 293.861 and ORS 293.863.
b. The investor must have an existing account with the Oregon Short Term Fund, and
c. The investor must complete the following documents:
OITP Application Forms
Annual Audit Statements
OITP Fund Facts
Any information provided herein has been prepared from sources believed to
be reliable but is not guaranteed, and is for informational purposes only.
The information provided herein should not be regarded as an offer to sell
or as a solicitation of an offer to buy the products mentioned. No
representation is made that any returns will be achieved. Past performance
is not indicative of future results. Opinions expressed herein are subject
to change without notice. The securities and funds mentioned in this
document may not be eligible or suitable for all types of investors.