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Nebraska CLASS Overview

What is Nebraska CLASS?

Nebraska Cooperative Liquid Assets Securities System (Nebraska CLASS) is a commingled investment pool established by interlocal agreement in accordance with Nebraska law permitting local governments to pool idle funds in order to invest such funds and earn interest in accordance with, and as permitted by, the provisions of the Nebraska R.S. §§ 13-801 to 13-827 (Interlocal Cooperation Act) or other laws of the State of Nebraska governing the investment of monies of a local government. Nebraska CLASS was organized in 2023 and provides a professionally managed investment program. Funds of the Participants are invested in prime or high-grade, short-term fixed income instruments selected with the goal of providing program safety, liquidity, and competitive rates of return as further defined within the Nebraska CLASS Information Statement.

The management of Nebraska CLASS is under the direction of a Board of Trustees comprised of eligible Participants of the Nebraska CLASS program. The Board of Trustees has appointed Public Trust Advisors, LLC to serve as the Investment Advisor and Administrator of the program and has appointed UMB Bank as the Custodian.

Who Can Participate?

Any Nebraska public agency, including any county, city, village, school district, natural resource district, public power district, sanitary improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska may be eligible to participate in Nebraska CLASS.

Common FAQs

Public agencies looking to invest in Nebraska CLASS will first need to complete the Nebraska CLASS Registration Packet. For more information, please contact the Nebraska CLASS Relationship Team to receive the necessary paperwork to get started.

No, there is no limit to the number of subaccounts a Participant may have.  

There is no minimum investment amount for Nebraska CLASS.

Nebraska CLASS Portfolio Characteristics 

Portfolio Type 




Minimum Investment 
Online Reporting 

Transaction confirmations, monthly & on-demand statements

Dividend Rate 

Accrue Daily 

≤ 60 Days

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Nebraska CLASS provides public agencies the opportunity to pool their funds together with the goal of collectively earning interest on investments. Our philosophy is to provide competitive returns while prioritizing safety and liquidity. 

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Nebraska CLASS is not a bank. An investment in Nebraska CLASS is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. Although Nebraska CLASS seeks to preserve the value of your investment at $1.00 per share, it cannot guarantee it will do so. Please review the Nebraska CLASS Information Statement before investing. Many factors affect performance including changes in market conditions and interest rates and in response to other economic, political, or financial developments. Investment involves risk including the possible loss of principal. No assurance can be given that the performance objectives of a given strategy will be achieved. For risks associated with investing in a prime-style local government investment pool, please click here. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Any financial and/or investment decision may incur losses.