The Office of the City Treasurer is an elective office. The Treasurer's Office is responsible for the cash management and investment activities for the City. In this role, the Treasury Department implements and manages a variety of banking services, prepares financial forecasts, reports to the City Council on the status of the treasury and economic factors impacting the City, invest over $90 million for the City through polices prescribed in the City's adopted Statement of Investment Policy, establishes broker relationships to settle investment transactions, and supports other financial activities for the City as requested. The Treasury Department adheres to the prudent investor standards mandated through local, state and federal laws to to ensure the safety and liquidity of the City's financial resources. Through these practices, the Treasury Department strives to maintain a solid financial foundation to ensure the City of El Segundo provides a thriving financial environment for residents, businesses and visitors.
The City of El Segundo established the Investment Policy to comply with the State of California code regulations and the CDIAC Local Agency Investment Guidelines.
Investment Portfolio Reports
The City Treasurer oversees our investment portfolio which includes investments such as Treasury Notes, High Grade Corporate Bonds and Certificates of Deposit.
Investment Advisory Committee
The Investment Advisory Committee (IAC) advises the City Treasurer and City Council on use of City funds available for investing.
- California State Treasurer's Office:
- Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF)
- California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission