IMET 1-3 Year Series

The IMET 1-3 Year Series is designed for public funds that may be invested for longer than one year. Although the 1-3 Year Series is designed for funds that may be invested for a year or longer, there is no minimum investment term and there are no 'early' withdrawal/redemption fees or penalties for funds invested for less than one year.

The 1-3 Year Series provides 5 day liquidity; participants are able to redeem investment shares with 5 business days notice to the IMET Operations desk. The IMET 1-3 Year Series has a fluctuating net asset value (NAV) and an average portfolio maturity of 1 to 3 years. The 1-3 Year Series is invested primarily in U.S. government backed securities (Treasuries and Agencies). Due to its investment policy, objectives and constraints, the 1-3 Year Series carries the highest rating by Moody's, Aaa/bf.

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Opening an account is simple!

  • Pass an ordinance, resolution or adopt an investment policy authorizing participation in IMET.
  • Complete and return an IMET Account Application.
  • Return the Application along with your redemption instructions and fund your account with your initial investment. There are no restrictions to the number of accounts you can have.

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