Safe and Secure Cash Management for Businesses

Manage your money like a Fortune 500 company, whether you're about to IPO or still working in a garage.

What You Get

Safety and Security

The safety of your money is our number one priority. Your assets are custodied with Interactive Brokers and Charles Schwab and insured up to $30 million.**

Seamless Access

Our investment strategy is designed to make sure you have money when you need it. Access your money without penalties or fees in 1 business day.

Market Rates

As an Investment Advisor, InterPrime is not beholden to any bank, fund or institution. We know the market and strive to get you the best rate, investing in the highest grade securities and cash-equivalent U.S government bonds.

Full Transparency

You have full visibility into the assets you own. And you really own them! Everything is held individually (no funds) and directly in your name.

Safe and Secure

Your money is invested in the highest grade securities - US Treasuries

Seamless Access

Cash is the lifeblood of any business, so your money will be there when you need it, within 1-3 business days. With our Cash Sweep feature, InterPrime can monitor your bank account and automatically send you money as soon as your balance dips below the minimum you set.

Earn Market Rates

We are constantly monitoring the market to make sure we get you the best rate possible while keeping your money safe and secure.

Safe and Secure

No this isn't a typo. Safety and Security is so important that we mention it twice.

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Automated Money

1
Select your investment policy
Or design one with our help. We’ll make sure your policy is tailored to fit the specific cash flow and security needs of your business.
2
Connect your bank account
With our bank account sweep feature, InterPrime monitors your bank account and automatically sends you money whenever you’re running below your minimum operating balance.
3
Rest easy
We’re always watching over your money and scanning the markets to make sure your investment portfolio is optimized for safety, liquidity and yield. Set it and forget it!

From the Blog

Curtain closing on Prime Money Market Funds?

In this post, we are going to do a deep dive into prime money market funds, since there has been an increase in news about them recently. A prime fund has the same mutual fund operating structure as all other money market funds, but the assets they are permitted to invest in are slightly different.Like many other funds, Prime funds largely hold US Treasuries and US Government debt, but they also have the unique ability to invest in corporate credit instruments. These include Bank CD’s, commercial paper, corporate bonds, and USD-denominated foreign debt issued by governments and corporations.The ability to invest in these additional assets allows them to offer investors higher yields.

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Guest post: You got the funding! Now learn how to manage your cash from the CFO of a $12.5B bank

Looking at how banks manage their money and balance sheets as well as their investment policy statements provides insights on what to do with all that cash you just raised. ‍Before starting TSG and providing interim CFO services to early growth companies, I served as CFO of a $12.5 billion bank. The experience is valuable because one of the first issues I often address in advising early stage companies is what to do with the cash from the most recent funding round considering the projected burn rate and liquidity needs.

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Introducing SIPS - The Standard Investment Policy for Startups

After managing money for startups of all sizes over the last few years at InterPrime, we have developed a keen understanding of their cash management needs. We’ve distilled that knowledge into a standardized set of rules and guidelines, the Standard Investment Policy for Startups (SIPS), which we’re open-sourcing today. You can implement SIPS immediately to start investing your business’s money safely and responsibly.

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Guest post: You got the funding! Now learn how to manage your cash from the CFO of a $12.5B bank

Looking at how banks manage their money and balance sheets as well as their investment policy statements provides insights on what to do with all that cash you just raised. ‍Before starting TSG and providing interim CFO services to early growth companies, I served as CFO of a $12.5 billion bank. The experience is valuable because one of the first issues I often address in advising early stage companies is what to do with the cash from the most recent funding round considering the projected burn rate and liquidity needs.

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Introducing SIPS - The Standard Investment Policy for Startups

After managing money for startups of all sizes over the last few years at InterPrime, we have developed a keen understanding of their cash management needs. We’ve distilled that knowledge into a standardized set of rules and guidelines, the Standard Investment Policy for Startups (SIPS), which we’re open-sourcing today. You can implement SIPS immediately to start investing your business’s money safely and responsibly.

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