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Global Corporate Trust Services
Global Corporate Trust Services

Money market services

With a commitment to excellence, our Money Market Services group offers alternatives to traditional sources and delivery methods on your short-term debt options while providing cost-effective and efficient services.

Money market instruments

We customize our service offering and continuously invest in our technology solutions to provide you with the resources you need to run your business. A complete selection of money market instruments (MMI) is available including:

  • Commercial paper (CP)
  • Certificates of deposit (CDs)
  • Medium-term notes (MTNs)
  • Bankers' acceptances (BAs)
  • Short-term bank notes
  • Variable-rate demand obligations (VRDOs)
  • Extendible commercial paper notes

Online convenience

Our web-based processing and reporting tool, U.S. Bank Securities Processing Automated Note System Online (U.S. Bank SPANS Online), allows you to manage your short-term debt. Features include:

  • Approval of trades prior to release for settlement
  • Export of data into a variety of formats
  • Flexible reporting capability
  • Ability to set varying security levels
  • Multi-currency capability
  • Indices comparisons
  • Access to report and research information
    • Dealer comparison reports
    • Customized reporting capabilities
    • Storage capacity and accessibility of past trades

Login to U.S. Bank SPANS Online

For additional information regarding money market services, please contact:

Lars Anderson
Senior Vice President, National Sales Manager
U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services
Phone: 313.234.4719
Email: lars.anderson@usbank.com

Investment and Insurance products are:

Investment products are:
Not a Deposit•  Not FDIC Insured•  May Lose Value•  Not guaranteed by the bank•  Not insured by any federal government agency

The information included on these pages is for your information and is not intended as legal, accounting or tax advice. U.S. Bank and its representatives do not provide legal, accounting and/or tax advice. Clients are encouraged to contact their legal, accounting and/or tax advisor regarding their particular situation. While the information is intended to be accurate, neither U.S. Bank Global Corporate Trust Services nor the publisher accepts responsibility for relying on the information provided.

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