2022…The Year of Data & Confidence

2022…The Year of Data & Confidence

Over the last year, our entire team at three+one® has been privileged to provide communities and public entities across the nation the peace of mind delivered by our cashvest® liquidity management services.

Year of Data & Confidence

2021 had its challenges, the continued implications of COVID-19 chief among them. But together we forged a Pathway to Recovery®, and continued to work steadfast in the interest of your taxpayers & stakeholders. We will continue that mission in 2022 by providing your entity with the data to make confident financial decisions.

Wishing you a happy & prosperous New Year in 2022.

Ready, Set, Go…

Ready, Set, Go…

Imagine yourself as a race car driver at the Daytona 500, ready to stomp on the gas pedal as the starter waves the flag, only to find out that there’s no gas in the tank. As the other cars go zooming away, you’re stuck at the starting line with a very red face.

three+one race car liquidity analysisNow consider liquidity analysis and data to be your fuel going into 2022, as you gear up to take advantage of the Federal Reserve’s expected rate hikes next year.

Knowing exactly how much cash your entity needs to put to work is part of your fiduciary duty.  Imagine the embarrassment, as rates take off, if you’re left behind earning no income, while others are passing you by, potentially earning 25-50 basis points or more on their cash.

Now is the time to determine your levels of liquidity—and be confident knowing how much cash you can put to work as rates rise.

As the Bank of England and the Central Bank of Norway have already raised their interest rates, imagine having a full tank of liquidity data as you start 2022, so you can be far ahead of the Fed’s interest rate increases.

NYSAC Podcast: Maximizing Your Liquidity Asset Management

NYSAC Podcast: Maximizing Your Liquidity Asset Management

We are proud to offer a rare opportunity to hear two of the most respected public officials in all of New York State as they join in a discussion of effective and efficient management of taxpayer dollars and how it can lead to a stronger bottom line for county finances. The legendary CEO of the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC), Steve Acquario, has an insightful Q&A session with Joe Rulison, CEO and co-founder of three+one, and one of the most highly respected leaders in the financial sector.

Please take a few minutes to listen to this compelling conversation. You’ll discover several important financial tips that could definitely benefit your county’s bottom line—and your taxpayers!

 

three+one NYSAC podcast

Statistical Proof: Using Liquidity Data to Outpace Benchmarks

Statistical Proof: Using Liquidity Data to Outpace Benchmarks

Statistical proof can only be verified by reliable data. If you have verifiable data, you can have confidence in the decisions you make using that data.

Liquidity analysis and data can provide transparency and confidence in one’s cash levels, not only what had occurred in the past, but also can help predict with accuracy what cash levels should be in the future.

Just imagine having had that level of information before and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Would you have made any different decisions?

Liquidity data provides transparency, confidence in decision making, velocity, and delivers peace of mind during periods of uncertainty.

cashVest® by three+one® is the liquidity analysis tool that gives public entities and higher Ed institutions the statistical proof they need to make sound decisions—in good times and hard times.

Below is a convenient instant-replay of a webinar generously hosted by our partners at NACo. Once seeing for yourself the value of cashvest for public entities, contact us to learn more.

*This showcase of Westmoreland County, PA does not constitute an endorsement by the county or its representatives.
**This webinar was generously hosted by National Association of Counties (NACo) as part of a joint-partnership and valued relationship with three+one®.

Treasurer Terri Ross Utilizes cashvest®

Treasurer Terri Ross Utilizes cashvest®

As a FinTech tool for public entities, showcasing the power of our liquidity management data is critical. But as a people-centered firm also dedicated to our relationships and supporting local communities, three+one® is equally proud to share the experiences of utilizing our cashvest® platform.

Hear directly from your public finance colleague as Allegany County, NY Treasurer Terri Ross discusses the benefits of partnering with three+one and maximizing resources with cashvest®.

90+ cashvest® Awards

90+ cashvest® Awards

three+one® is pleased to announce the public entities and higher Ed institutions that are the recipients of the 2021 prestigious 90+ cashvest® Award.

This award signifies the excellence in the implementation and management of all liquidity in the public marketplace set by three+one. To qualify for this award, an entity must have received a cashvest® score of 90% or above for four consecutive quarters.  It should be mentioned that multiple qualifiers are calculated into the cashvest® score to determine the rating. The five qualifying categories include:

-Percent of available funds providing value

-Liquidity proficiency

-Warnick rate indicator®

-Cashflow optimization

-Investment policy practices

Commenting on the importance of the award, Matthew Chase, CEO/Executive Director of NACo:

“We congratulate the recipients of the cashVest 90s+ Award,” said National Association of Counties CEO, Matthew Chase. “This select group of award winners has demonstrated outstanding leadership in liquidity management. We applaud these public finance leaders for helping to maximize the value of taxpayer dollars, optimize cash flow, lower borrowing costs and strengthen protections for public resources.”

This year’s winners are: 

Hon. Terri Ross
Allegany County, NY

Hon. Maria E. Walls, CPA
Beaufort County, SC

Maria Walls cashvest three+one Leadership Award

Maria Walls, Beaufort Co., SC

Kitty Crow
Chautauqua County, NY 

 

Hon. Jennifer Furman
Chemung County, NY 

Matthew Stiffler
City of Dublin OH 

James Bell
City of Huber Heights, OH 

Bethany Staats
City of New Albany, OH 

Sean Witte
Dickinson College

John Abbott
East Irondequoit Central School District

Andrew Macke
Greenwood County School District 52

Erin Boyce, CPA
Kershaw County School District

Commissioner Karin Hablow
Orange County

Hon. Kimberly C.L. DeFrank
Orleans County

Mark Wojcik
Rensselaer County

Miguel Andrade
South Seneca Central School District

Meghan McCandless
Westmoreland County

Supervisor James Bach
Town of Aurora

Stephanie O’Cain
Municipal Association of South Carolina

Stephanie O’Cain receives the cashvest 90+ Award

Hon. Greg Post
Town of Batavia

Town of Batavia accepts 90+ Award

Read news coverage from The Batavian

Hon. Beverly Shields
Delaware County Treasurer’s Office

Beverly Shields, Delaware Co.

Hon. Dave Cummings
Town of Newstead

Sarah Sullivan
Richland County Library System

Brian Dick
Town of Perinton

Hon. Patrick Schmitt
Wayne County

Patrick Schmitt, Wayne Co.

Kevin Dyerly
University of Redlands

Hon. Jessica Barlow
City of Columbia

Mark Romtio
Upper St. Clair Township

Mark Romtio, Upper St. Clair Township