Enhanced Cash Investment Strategy

AAMCO’s investment strategies emphasize the financing of assets as opposed to the purchasing of assets. The objective of the Enhanced Cash Investment Strategy is to outperform other cash alternatives by generating superior returns in the financing market using repurchase agreements to secure funding of a select spectrum of underlying instruments. Portfolios are built to specific investment policy constraints regarding terms, credit quality, asset types and return objectives.

The AAAMCO Ultrashort Financing Fund is a series of the Austin Atlantic family of no-load mutual funds advised by Austin Atlantic Asset Management (“AAAMCO”) and distributed by Austin Atlantic Capital, Inc. The fund commenced operations in 2017 and has gone through a variety of interest rate and economic environments. More information about the fund, including its Prospectus, Statement of Additional Information, and new account application are available on the funds’ web site,

Short Duration Strategy

The Short Duration Strategy combines the firm’s financing centric approach with long positions in short term notes to generate competitive yields while retaining positive convexity. This unique approach is particularly productive in rising rate environments.

Private Credit Financing Strategies

AAAMCO offers investors opportunities to deploy assets in underserved markets and industries that exhibit highly developed documentation protocols and collateral security. The firm offers separately managed accounts in the financing of delinquent U.S. government guaranteed mortgage loans, mortgage warehouse loans, and international trade finance receivables.

Treasury Consulting Services

AAAMCO consulting clients benefit from the firm’s experience of more than 30 years managing enhanced cash and short-term bond strategies. The firm assists corporations, depositories, hedge funds, securities lenders, futures commission merchants and other holders of cash and cash-like instruments in developing strategies to optimize returns within the context of regulatory and policy enumerated investment constraints.

The firm’s multi-faceted process includes:

  • Identifying gaps in the front, middle, and back-office processes that may result in the misallocation of assets to the detriment of returns.
  • Developing optimization strategies based on quantitative analysis of historical liquidity demands within the context of investment policy parameters.
  • Sourcing diversified investment counterparties and eligible instruments/collateral.
  • Providing fee-based resources to actively manage short-term investments.